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On June 21, 1922, Linn County sheriff Charles Kendall and Reverend Roy Healy drove out to the town of Plainview to arrest a moonshining farmer named Dave West. By the end of the day, all three men were dead. First responders found Sheriff Kendall facedown with his pistol still holstered. The court appointed William Dunlap as the new sheriff, but within a year, someone killed him, too. Author and journalist Cory Frye delivers a riveting, detailed account of these shocking and tragic crimes that haunted Linn County for decades.
About the Author
Cory Frye is an award-winning writer and editor based in Oregon's Willamette Valley. His work has appeared in the Albany Democrat-Herald, Corvallis Gazette-Times, Oregonian, Under the Radar, Stereo Subversion, Yahoo! Music, iTunes and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.