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Libby: The Murder Case That Shocked the Nation! by Milt Machlin. Milt Machlin presents his view of the real life story of Libby Holman, who had a voice as sweet as honey when she sang the blues. She was a major Broadway star of the 1930's, and had a charm that reached both men and women alike. Among her lovers were Tallulah Bankhead, Montgomery Clift and Jeane Eagels. Millionaire playboy Zachary Smith Reynolds, heir to R. J. Reynolds tobacco company fortune, was so charmed by Libby that he pursued her in America and Europe, until he finally convinced her to marry him. Their marriage made front-page news, but only a few months after they married, a banner headline ran in the newspapers announcing the murder of Zachary Reynolds at a wild weekend party. The shocking part: Libby was accused of murdering him! Milt Machlin worked to uncover secrets of the past, and puts his own spin on the murder.
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