Monday, May 16, 2005

On the Edith Maxwell case

From an earlier post ("Before O.J., there was Edith"), here is one account of the Edith Maxwell case, and the 2003 book Murder, Honor, and Law:
Four Virginia Homicides from Reconstruction through the Great Depression
is partly about the sensational Maxwell case from Wise County.

Now, via Kilo, I see that the Coalfield Progress reports here on a new book about the Maxwell case, Never Seen the Moon, The Trials of Edith Maxwell.

Maybe Roy Jessee will buy himself one and lend it to me after he reads it.

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