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Miscarriage of justice
Kip Gayden
Paperback / softback
Center Street
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Annie Dotson and her husband, Dr. Walter Dotson, are the pillars of Nashville society. Their reputation is irreproachable, until Walter discovers his wife has been having an affair with Charlie Cobb, a married man. The situation escalates into a cold-blooded, mid-afternoon murder at the barber shop where Cobb works. A fatal shot is fired in front of numerous witnesses and the murderer is taken into custody. But who killed who? Did Annie's husband shoot her lover, or the other way around? Was it her over-protective brother who took the law into his own hands? Or maybe it was Annie herself.

The murderer refuses to speak a word, until a reporter from the Tennessean arrives at the police station and takes a full confession that is published on the front page. The trial will reveal more than a few dark secrets and the verdict is shocking - ripped from the headlines of the Tennessean, March 16, 1913.

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Kip Gayden is a judge of the First Circuit Court in Nashville, Tennessee, where he attended Vanderbilt University Law School.
This is his first book.

Sometimes true crime can lead to fascinating fiction. But who would have thought a sordid case in a small Tennessee town in 1913 would spawn an absorbing read?
--- Richmond Times Dispatch
Judge Kip Gayden has written a wonderfully woven mixture of fact and fiction... . Judge Kip's well defined characters will engulf you deeper and deeper into its be forewarned that you will not be able to put this book down until its final page.

With MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE, Kip Gayden has accomplished what every historic fiction writer dreams he or she will be able to do. He has unlocked a forgotten crime and the lives around it and brings a lost time and place back to life. He holds us captive a

Keyword Index
Triangles (Interpersonal relations) - Fiction.|Trials (Murder) - Tennessee - Nashville - Fiction.|Nashville (Tenn.) - History - 20th century - Fiction.|Detective and mystery stories.
Country of Publication
New York (State)
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