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Coroner's Journal

Stalking Death in Louisiana

by Louis, M.D. Cataldie and Patricia Daniels Cornwell

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Coroner's Journal
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Stalking Death in Louisiana
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Louis, M.D. Cataldie and Patricia Daniels Cornwell

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A chief coroner from a Creole section of Baton Rouge describes some of the harrowing cases from his more than ten-year career, during which he investigated the violent deaths of an LSU professor, a young woman whose remains were scattered in a churchyard, and one of the Beltway Sniper shooting victims. 40,000 first printing.

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