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Tunnel Vision : A True Story of Multiple Murder and Justice in Chaos at America's Biggest Marine Base
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“N. P. Simpson's vivid prose plunges the reader into the politically fraught, self-contained world of a military base. A homicide investigation here is both similar to and completely different from anywhere else.” —Linda Landrigan, editor, Alfred Hitchcock Mystery MagazineTold in excruciating detail by reporter and author N.P. Simpson and edited by New York Times bestseller and True Crime legend, Jerry Bledsoe, Tunnel Vision is a chilling tale of triple murder like no other.A horrific crime that shook one of the largest Marine bases in America quickly becomes much more than meets the eye in this meticulously researched account from N.P. Simpson. A family’s life is in shambles when a mother and two children are found brutally murdered in their home. To make matters worse, the prime suspect is their own relative.Fifteen-year-old Butch Smith was a troubled teen. But despite being kicked out of school for his aggressive behavior, his family was fiercely loyal to him. During visits home while attending a camp for troubled boys, Butch lived a fairly normal life with his mother and two siblings in their duplex at Camp Lejeune. When his aunt and cousins joined them for a trip to New York, their loving family doubled. But within 48 hours of their return to that duplex, tragedy struck. In the dark of the night, his aunt, cousin and one of Butch's siblings were found savagely slain. When clashing confessions point to Butch as a suspect, his life is changed forever.As contradictory evidence skews the true nature of the crime, readers are torn between outrage for a young man unfairly jailed, and the haunting possibility that a young boy really could carry on with these brutal acts in cold blood.From its portrayal of one young man’s harrowing past, to the shocking murder that shook the North Carolina Supreme Court, Tunnel Vision is true crime reporting at its most gripping.
Number of Pages: 286
Genre: True Crime
Publisher: Ingram Pub Services
Author: N. P. Simpson
Street Date: February 14, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-46-1973
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