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Inhaltsangabe: Book by Salerno, Steve
From Publishers Weekly:
The son of a former Texas governor and U.S. senator, Daniel felt himself the inheritor of a family tradition and rose to the speakership of the lower house in Austin before leaving politics. His first marriage was the sort he was expected to contract, to the daughter of a leading Texas family; it ended in divorce. His second marriage was to a waitress in a fast-food restaurant and they seem to have been incompatible from the start. In 1981 she killed him, or so charged the state. The trial for custody of the children preceded the murder trial, so that much of the evidence for the latter was unveiled during the former. The widow won custody of the children and also was acquitted of murder. Salerno (TNS) suggests a miscarriage of justice, perhaps because the case pitted "a poor girl" against a powerful and aristocratic family; hence the title. Photos not seen by PW.
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Buchbeschreibung Wm Morrow (New York), 1987. Hardcover / Hardback. Buchzustand: Very Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good. First edition. Hardback. The story of troubled Texas aristocrat Price Daniel, Jr. and his death at the hands of the woman from the other side of the tracks. On the evening of January 19, 1981, a tragic scandal involving one of Texas's most prominent families rocked the entire Lone Star State. Authorities were summoned to the large house of Texas politician Price Daniel, Jr. to find his gibbering, hysterical wife in the front hall, 3 frightened children cowering in a bedroom, and Price himself shot dead in the kitchen, lying facedown in a pool of blood. Price Junior had been a golden boy. His father was a US senator and the most popular governor in Texas's history. "Little Price" seemed destined to follow in his father's footsteps. After a brilliant early career, however, he abruptly abandoned all his political ambitions, divorced the wealthy debutante who had been the perfect wife, and married a girl from the wrong side of the tracks - Vickie, a waitress from the local Dairy Queen. Less than 5yrs later, Vickie Daniel stood accused in the shooting death of her famous husband. Price junior's calm, controlled demeanour was legendary among those who knew him. His own family worshiped him. It was a shock, therefore, when at her trial, Vickie Daniel shattered these images with her descriptions of Price's neglect and mistreatment of her and her children, his drug abuse, his carryings-on with women he knew, and even his advances toward the family's handyman. What was the real truth? 320pp. lge. 8vo. h/back. From the library of true crime writer, Wilfred Gregg, with his personal b/plate. Vg+ in sunned Vg. dw. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 16670