After Midnight in Savannah
ThomasMax Publishing, 2005 - 200 páginas
When Jim Martin was arrested and convicted of the murder of his mother in Savannah, GA, in 1991, it was regarded by police, and later by a jury, as an open-and-shut case of a "crackhead son" killing his mother to get money to buy his drugs. Martin still maintains, years later, that it was his female-impersonator drug supplier that actually killed his mother, and Martin's aunt claims that, while crack cocaine might have expedited the process, that Nazarene-minister mother and rebellious homosexual son were doomed to a showdown with or without drugs.
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