THE GOAT CASTLE MURDER; A TRUE NATCHEZ STORY THAT SHOCKED THE WORLD. [Natchez, Mississippi local history.]

Callon, Sim C. and Carolyn Vance Smith.

Published by Natchez, MS: Plantation Publishing Company, 2001.
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Fourth edition (first published 1985). vi, 69 pages. Oblong paperback: H 15.25cm x L 22.75cm. White paper covers well foxed. Interior pages are clean. Binding is firm. A very good- copy. Authors Callon and Smith review the sensational August 1932 murder of Natchez, Mississippi heiress Jennie Merrill, her contemporary circle of eccentric and wealthy Natchez socialites such as her second cousin Duncan G. Minor, and the couple accused of her murder, Dick Dana and Octavia Dockery, who resided at the neighboring rundown mansion nicknamed Goat Castle. Bookseller Inventory #

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Publisher: Natchez, MS: Plantation Publishing Company, 2001.

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Callon, Sim C. and Carolyn Vance Smith.
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Book Description Natchez, MS: Plantation Publishing Company, 2001., 2001. Fourth edition (first published 1985). vi, 69 pages. Oblong paperback: H 15.25cm x L 22.75cm. White paper covers well foxed. Interior pages are clean. Binding is firm. A very good- copy. Authors Callon and Smith review the sensational August 1932 murder of Natchez, Mississippi heiress Jennie Merrill, her contemporary circle of eccentric and wealthy Natchez socialites such as her second cousin Duncan G. Minor, and the couple accused of her murder, Dick Dana and Octavia Dockery, who resided at the neighboring rundown mansion nicknamed Goat Castle. {MS Shelf #3}. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-07486

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Book Description Natchez, MS: Plantation Publishing Company, 1985., 1985. First edition (as stated upon copyright page). vi, 69 pages. Oblong paperback: H 15.25cm x L 22.75cm. White paper covers lightly rubbed with minor wear at corners; faint impression from past bookseller's removed price sticker at front cover's top right. Interior pages are clean. Binding is firm. A very good+ copy. Authors Callon and Smith review the sensational August 1932 murder of Natchez, Mississippi heiress Jennie Merrill, her contemporary circle of eccentric and wealthy Natchez socialites such as her second cousin Duncan G. Minor, and the couple accused of her murder, Dick Dana and Octavia Dockery, who resided at the neighboring rundown mansion nicknamed Goat Castle. {MS Shelf #4}. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-01872

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