Book Review: Bad Blood - A Family Murder In Eastern Kentucky by Richard M. Levinecategories: Books, Nonfiction, True Accounts, Murder & Mayhem, True Crime
Author: Richard M. LEVINE
Too Close for ComfortThis Book was both a time warp and a fill in of missing history. Very well written and sensitive to its subjects. I met Jim Olive three days before he died, Marlene had the same attorney as my mother. Evidence suggests my mother may have had an affair with Oscar Riley. I lived a block away from the Rileys in TL and I lived on the one block long Shaver street where they had lived as well. Chuck Rileys first cell mate was a drop-out from my High School Class (Drake).
My older brother was in and out of Juvy and Jails in San Rafael, so I recognized some of the personnel mentioned even though some names were changed. The summer of 75 I graduated and was down in SoCal when all the media circus started. I avoided this book for 25 years because of this.
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