7 edition of Trail of murder found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3551.N4134 T7 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||227 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||227|
|LC Control Number||92026152|
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The murder of Rebecca Wight (Octo – ) occurred onin Pennsylvania's Michaux State Forest, when Stephen Roy Carr fired on Wight and her partner, Claudia Brenner (born J ).
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He pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree murder in the deaths of Robert Mountford Jr. and Laura Susan Ramsay, who were killed while hiking the Appalachian Trail, in May He was sentenced to 30 years in prison, but was released in on mandatory parole after serving 15 years.
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Two fisherman were shot on the Appalachian Trail by Randall Lee Smith. Luckily the pair survived, but Smith was charged for attempted murder and murder of two hikers back in He spent 15 years in prison before his release in Paul David Crews was responsible for the double murder of Molly LaRue and Geoff Hood in Photo: Outside.
Sue Henry Synopsis: Murder on the Iditarod Trail is the debut author of Alaskan author Sue Henry and the first book in her Jessie Arnold/Alex Jensen series. The novel is about the Idtarod – an mile dog sled race across the Arctic for a $, prize. Scott and Sean were near the trail on brushy mountain, miles away from civilization, heading for a creek alive with rainbow trout.
from a book belonging to murder victim Susan Ramsay. Next up is Murder in Limestone County, Book 2. The first part to a trilogy. John investigates a series of random murders.
Followed by Murder On a Hitmans Trail, Book 3, and concludes with Murder And Redemption, Book 4. Books 5 and 6 will most likely be stand-alone books featuring John Carter. Future books may also feature members of John’s.Meredith Emerson was abducted on a side trail on Blood Mountain in Georgia, by Gary M.
Hilton, who killed her several days later. Scott Lilly was suffocated to death by an unknown assailant and for unknown reasons. The killer was never found. Though horrific, incidents of murder on the Appalachian Trail are extremely rare.