Vengeance at Meeting Street: The Shocking Story of Sue Logue, Her Lover Political Icon Strom Thurmond, and the Bloody South Carolina Logue-Timmerman Feud

Vengeance at Meeting Street: The Shocking Story of Sue Logue, Her Lover Political Icon Strom Thurmond, and the Bloody South Carolina Logue-Timmerman Feud

by Anna Flowers

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Overview

Vengeance at Meeting Street: The Shocking Story of Sue Logue, Her Lover Political Icon Strom Thurmond, and the Bloody South Carolina Logue-Timmerman Feud by Anna Flowers

Vengeance at Meeting Street reexamines this precedent setting true crime South Carolina multiple murder case involving the Logues and the Timmermans. A rewrite and update of Wanton Woman, this book is largely written from Sue Logues' point of view. Vengeance at Meeting Street has an expanded interior layout that features stronger coverage of the trials plus many additional rare photographs, some of which are shown on the bold new jacket cover design.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781522740292
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/14/2016
Pages: 228
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.48(d)

About the Author

ANNA FLOWERS is an award winning author of six true crime books. Blind Fury, the case of serial killer Gerald Stano, who killed 41 women in Central Florida, and Bound to Die, about Tampa serial killer Bobby Joe Long were both published by Kensington, NY in 1993 and 1995, respectively. Both received multiple printings and were book club selections in hard back. She has participated in four television documentaries on the Long case, three of which were aired internationally during the last two years. In 2000 she wrote Murder at Wayside Antiques about a double homicide in an Ocala antique shop. Wanton Woman, sub titled Sue Logue, Strom Thurmond and the bloody Logue Timmerman Feud was written in 2007 and was revised in 2015 under the title of Vengeance at Meeting Street. A screen play of the revised edition is being considered for film. She also published an updated version of Bound to Die.
The author has been a member of Mystery Writers of America for twenty years, where she served as Director of the Florida Chapter and was a member of the prestigious national committee for selection of Best Novel at the annual Edgar Allan Poe Awards in New York City. She has been an active member of National League of American Pen Women since 1993. In 2015 she received the Florida Pen Woman of the Year Award.

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