Evolution of “Fatal Bullets and the Search for Justice”

Researching, writing and editing a manuscript for a murder is challenging on many levels. However, it’s not easy dealing with even one horrific murder, let alone two murders, especially when the individuals were murdered so brutally. It’s been hard to know how to present this research to gain interest without revealing everything from the book…

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The Hunt Story – Chapter One Insight…

“Fatal Bullets and the Search for Justice” is a three-part book.  Part I details the murders of Dr. Roy and Mae Hunt and F. A. Loyd.  Chapter One is titled:  Dark Shadows and briefly introduces the horrific murders of Dr. Roy and Mae Hunt in October 1943 and establishes the basic forensics available to police…

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The Hunt Story: Prologue – an excerpt…

The Prologue (An excerpt from “Fatal Bullets and the Search for Justice”) This chapter introduces the foundations for this book and how I came across this story while researching my own family history. I have been asked the question many times, “Why did you become interested in this murder story?”  Normally, a second question follows,…

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The Hunt Story…

  In October 1943 when Dr. Roy and Mae Hunt are found brutally murdered and disturbingly tied in their bed in a West Texas town, two suspects emerged in the slayings, but solving their murders came down to a bungled investigation and weak forensics, even the fatal bullet that took Roy’s life disappeared.  Adding to…

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