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Title
--and never let her go [electronic resource] : Thomas Capano, the deadly seducer / Ann Rule.
Author
Rule, Ann, author.
Publication Info.
New York : Simon & Schuster
©1999
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Copies/Volumes
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Description
1 online resource
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General tlctarget
Note
Electronic book.
Reproduction
Electronic reproduction. New York Simon & Schuster 2000 Available via World Wide Web.
Subject
Fahey, Anne Marie, 1966-1996.
Capano, Thomas.
Murder -- Investigation -- Delaware -- Wilmington.
Murder -- Delaware -- Wilmington.
Trials (Murder) -- Delaware -- Wilmington.
Genre
Electronic books.
eBook.
Added Author
OverDrive, Inc., distributor.
ISBN
9780743202794 ODE (electronic bk.)
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