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DADDYS GIRL: The Campbell Murder Case : A True Legal Thriller of Texas Justice Clifford Irving

DADDYS GIRL: The Campbell Murder Case : A True Legal Thriller of Texas Justice

Clifford Irving

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Fascinating ... Few writers could have pulled together so insightful a work. -- Austin ChallengerJames Campbell, well-liked Texas lawyer, successful although reputedly unscrupulous, and Virginia, his paralegal wife of 40 years, are found brutallyMoreFascinating ... Few writers could have pulled together so insightful a work. -- Austin ChallengerJames Campbell, well-liked Texas lawyer, successful although reputedly unscrupulous, and Virginia, his paralegal wife of 40 years, are found brutally shot to death in the bedroom of their Houston home. With no witnesses and only allegations of family greed, incest, and sexual abuse, the murder remains unsolved for years. The most likely suspects, the victims youngest daughter Cindy, and her ex-Marine boyfriend, David West, had an alibi the police could not crack.And then West fell in love with Kim Paris, a sexy ex-stripper turned private investigator. She coaxed a confession from him that led to a complex murder case exploding into national news.Clifford Irving wrote: I started out in Houston as a writer on assignment . . . but I became an investigator, a friend to many of the dramatis personae, and a trial witness. As a result, to my discomfort, I helped to determine the outcome of events . . .The story of Cindy, a tortured woman, and David, a man determined to do the right thing even if it required multiple murder, is as spectacular and thrilling a true-crime courtroom drama as you will ever read.REVIEWS:Here are all the elements to satisfy any true crime fan: parricide, incest, sexual enticement ... a fascinatingly sordid story. -- Baltimore SunIrving builds suspense with skill and makes the people come to life... a fine book. -- Houston Chronicle