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  • Genre:HISTORY
  • SubGenre:Women
  • Language:English
  • Pages:198
  • Hardcover ISBN:9798350913408

American Madams

by William A. Stricklin

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Nonfiction Histories of Over One Hundred American Madams: From my own close observation for years, I know that American Madams, Mariticide Club – Wives Who Kill and Uxoricide Club 100 Husbands Who Kill 500 Wives, may share my father's personal encounters and close calls with danger as well as what he's learned from some of his law clients in California, Hawaii, and Washington about "wives who killed and got away with murder." He manages to do this without violating any client confidences. With his magnificent training at Harvard Law School, the one hundred stories of American Madams, as well as stories of wives who kill and husbands who kill are presented with accurate information pertaining to the legal issues and facts claimed by the prosecution and the defense in legal processes that really occurred. You will enjoy the pages that follow. /s/ John Stricklin, San Francisco, July 2023
Nonfiction Histories of Over One Hundred American Madams
About the author
My father's half century of law practice in California, Washington and Hawaii has burdened him with client confidential communications that ethically he must never divulge. Percipient readers of American Madams, understandably may develop conjectures that my father is writing about clients in a manner which cannot possibly divulge or lead to their identities, as well as sharing nonfiction which perhaps may involve my father's own family or his own personal escape from deadly peril./s/ John Stricklin, San Francisco, July 2023

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