Denise Redlick's grandmother described Denise's fabulously wealthy fiance, Craig Anderson, as "too good to be true." When Denise disappeared, Anderson was charged with her murder in a sensational trial that set a startling legal precedent, for there was no body, no eyewitness, and no real evidence. Original.
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Denise Redlick, daughter of a close-knit San Francisco Bay Area family, fell in love with Craig Anderson, a charming, successful young entrepreneur. But as their relationship progressed to wedding plans, he became possessive and pathologically jealous. She broke off the engagement, then in November 1985 disappeared. Although there was no body, her family and friends were sure she had been murdered. They convinced the police that the logical suspect was ex-fiance Anderson, who was convicted and sentenced to 25 years to life. Two years after Denise's disappearance, her body was found in a gully. San Mateo (California) Times reporter Beck, who covered the case, recaps it expertly, especially in detailing the ways in which relations among family and friends were altered by the murder. $50,000 ad/promo; author tour.
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Book Description Onyx, 1992. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110451402847