Full Bone Moon

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Someone is killing West Virginia University students. Again. Six years ago, two WVU freshmen were last seen hitchhiking back to their dorms after seeing a movie in downtown Morgantown, West Virginia. Their bodies were later found in the dark woods south of town. E.P. Clawson was convicted of the murders, but Michael Chase, a reporter for the Herald-Dispatch, never thought Clawson was guilty-a belief that nearly cost him his career. Now the murders have started again. Female WVU students are disappearing, and ...
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Overview

Someone is killing West Virginia University students. Again. Six years ago, two WVU freshmen were last seen hitchhiking back to their dorms after seeing a movie in downtown Morgantown, West Virginia. Their bodies were later found in the dark woods south of town. E.P. Clawson was convicted of the murders, but Michael Chase, a reporter for the Herald-Dispatch, never thought Clawson was guilty-a belief that nearly cost him his career. Now the murders have started again. Female WVU students are disappearing, and their defiled bodies are found with ritual markings. Full Bone Moon follows Michael Chase as he tracks the ritual killers through the streets, underground tunnels, and forests of Morgantown. Inspired by actual murders in Morgantown in 1970, Full Bone Moon employs the many rumors and speculation that swirled around the Morgantown area after the killings, and continue to this day. Rumors of cult activity, high society complicity, police corruption and coverup, and FBI treachery are woven together inFull Bone Moonto take you on a wild ride through the Coed Murders as they could have happened had the conjecture proven accurate.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982993798
  • Publisher: Woodland Press
  • Publication date: 9/30/2011
  • Pages: 278
  • Sales rank: 991,623
  • Product dimensions: 6.08 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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  • Posted December 12, 2011

    Very interesting..well worth the sleep I lost reading it

    The characters really came alive in this story. I had a hard time putting the book down, I couldn't wait to get to the end of the book. It's one of those books I will read twice like a favorite movie. And thats what I'd like to see also... a movie from this book!

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