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Book Reviews of Murder in Little Rock

Murder in Little Rock
Murder in Little Rock
Author: Jan Meins
ISBN-13: 9780312920258
ISBN-10: 0312920253
Publication Date: 12/1989
Pages: 234
  • Currently 2.6/5 Stars.

2.6 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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As one of Arkansas' top criminal attorneys, Bill McArthur lived a dream-life: wealth, a fast-track career, a beautiful family, and influential friends in the highest circles of Little Rock's good-old-boy society. But that was shattered one July morning when two men - supposedly delivering flowers - burst into McArthur's suburban home and brutally murdered his wife. The D.A. said he was innocent. The sheriff said he wasn't. The investigation exposed a labyrinth of dark sexual passions and double-crosses, leading to one of his own clients - a remorseless femme fatale who claimed McArhur as one of her many dangerous liaisons. Despite the grand jury who believed McArthur innocent, the sheriff vowed to put him behind bars. Here is the entire riveting story of th esensational, cryptic murder that still has Arkansas talking - a story that doesn't end with the jury's verdict.
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Another true-story murder story.
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The most publicized murder case in Arkansas history. Top criminal attorney Bill McArthur has a beautiful, popular, athletic wife who was a good mother to their kids, a fast-track career, influential friends and had just invested in the top nightclub in town. Then two men burst in the house and kill his wife. The sherriff says he did it, McArthur said he didn't. The grand jury believes McArthur. However, the court trial follows finds a conspiracy to murder. This prompts another murder case to be re-examined and the murderer gets life in prison.
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True crime story of one of Arkansas' top criminal attorneys and his wife. His wife is allegedly murdered by men delivering flowers to their home. The grand jury believes the attorney to be innocent, but the town sheriff is determined to see him behind bars. Who really killed the attorney's wife?
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