All content tagged 'David Stout'

New books for 11/15/11

We just added 10 new books, from Andrew Klavan, David Stout and TJ English.

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Carolina Skeletons Revisited: Part 1 of 4, by David Stout

Exclusive to MysteriousPress.com: In this four-part series, David Stout revisits his Edgar-award winning novel, Carolina Skeletons, based on the true story of a 1940s double-murder for which fourteen year-old George Stinney was controversially executed.

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Carolina Skeletons Revisited: Part 2 of 4, by David Stout

Exclusive to MysteriousPress.com: In the second part of this four-part series, David Stout revisits his Edgar-award winning novel, Carolina Skeletons, based on the true story of a 1940s double-murder for which fourteen year-old George Stinney was controversially executed.

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Carolina Skeletons Revisited: Part 3 of 4, by David Stout

Exclusive to MysteriousPress.com: In the third part of this four-part series, David Stout revisits his Edgar-award winning novel, Carolina Skeletons, based on the true story of a 1940s double-murder for which fourteen year-old George Stinney was controversially executed.

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Carolina Skeletons Revisited: Part 4 of 4, by David Stout

Exclusive to MysteriousPress.com: In the final part of this four-part series, David Stout revisits his Edgar-award winning novel, Carolina Skeletons, based on the true story of a 1940s double-murder for which fourteen year-old George Stinney was controversially executed.

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The story that inspired David Stout's CAROLINA SKELETONS resonates still

NBC Nightly News recently ran a segment on the execution of George Stinney, which David Stout explored in his Edgar Award-winning novel, Carolina Skeletons.

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The case that inspired CAROLINA SKELETONS still in the news

The New York Times covers the 1944 execution of George Stinney, and the attempts to clear his name. The case inspired David Stout's novel, Carolina Skeletons

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New eBooks from David Stout!

Announcing two new eBooks by Edgar Award-winning author David Stout!

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Execution of 14-Year-Old Was Unjust, Judge Declares in 'Carolina Skeletons' Case

The 1944 trial of a 14-year-old black boy for killing two young girls and the rush to the electric chair that followed constituted a great injustice, a South Carolina state judge ruled on Dec. 17, 2014.

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