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On 4 August 1892, an elderly couple living in Fall River, Massachusetts were slaughtered with a hatchet. Their daughter, Lizzie was accused of the crime, tried and acquitted. Yet 'conventional wisdom' and Fall River society have always considered her guilty, asking the question, "If Lizzie didn't swing the hatchet, who did?" Now, after more than a century. Professor Masterton uses modern forensics and extensive research to answer that question convincingly.
William L. Masterton has a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry and retired as a full Professor from the University of Connecticut in 1987. Read morePublished on April 14 2003 by Acute Observer
This was an excellent book! I have always been interested in this case and it was thorough in examining all of the evidence and testimony presented at the inquest and trial. Read morePublished on Nov. 2 2002 by Neenz