By Ann Rule
The shattering crime tale that surprised the country: the Thomas Capano homicide case
On a June night in 1996, 30-year-old Anne Marie Fahey, secretary to the governor of Delaware, vanished with out a hint following a restaurant rendezvous together with her mystery lover of greater than years: Thomas Capano. considered one of Wilmington's so much famous and revered figures, a millionaire lawyer and previous nation prosecutor, "Tommy" used to be an enthralling, softspoken kinfolk guy. yet within the weeks and months that Fahey's disappearance, investigators could progressively discover the stunning fact: Capano was once a steely manipulator pushed via energy and greed -- and in a position to brutal homicide. In a riveting narrative expertly documented via probing interviews, diary entries, and email correspondence, and with excellent perception into the twisted motivations of a killer, Ann Rule chronicles a real-life drama of Shakespearian proportions: targets fall, love turns to obsession, relations names are tainted, the façade of luck crumbles -- and a stunning yet weak younger lady can pay the last word expense in a convoluted and lethal dating.
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