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"With careful research, leaving no detail unexplored, no stone unturned, Hunter Cole has reconstructed the entire sequence of the murder from start to finish. The reader becomes like the jury, hearing, seeing, and judging. After this conclusive report, no guesses could remain as to what exactly took place. Hunter Cole's present book will both attract and draw the reader into its compelling whirlpool of horror."
"This is one grisly read from beginning to end. Ouida Keeton, Mississippi's own Lizzie Borden, was largely forgotten until Hunter Cole resurrected her story and brought it to life in The Legs Murder Scandal. Cole's meticulous research of court transcripts, newspaper clippings, and medical records leaves nothing to the imagination. We watch the crime unfold as he uncovers one gruesome fact after the other. It's easy to see why the trials of Ouida and her lover, W. M. Carter, held the nation spellbound in 1935. Cole has given us a horror story of mythical proportions."
--Dean Faulkner Wells