Murder in Greenwich paper

Murder in Greenwich paper - Can you imagine what a town...

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Can you imagine what a town would go through would go through if there was an  unsolved murder? Well, Murder in Greenwich  is a nonfiction book that came out several  years after the murder of fifteen year old Martha Moxley that described much of the  scenario. The author, Mark Furham, a former Los Angeles detective began to write about  the case through his investigation. This suspense thriller became very popular, because  Furham had anticipated naming the killer in the conclusion of his book.  Murder in Greenwich  was based on the town of Greenwich, Connecticut. On  October 30, 1975, the night before Halloween, the town celebrated their own “mischief  night” that had several kids throughout the town committing harmless pranks, such as a  doorbell ditch, toilet papering a house, and spraying shaving cream. Fifteen year old  Martha Moxley went out on this night with several friends. The only problem was that 
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