Sour Milk & Other Saskatchewan Crime Stories

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University of Regina Press, 2007 - History - 212 pages
 Compiled by Regina Leader-Post crime and court reporters Barb Pacholik and Jana Pruden, this volume contains accounts of 40 unique crime stories that have taken place in Saskatchewan over the course of the past century. Some of the stories have all but faded from memory, while others are still vivid in our minds. But, from the macabre to the murderous, from the bloody to the bizarre, from the sordid to the sensational, all are guaranteed to make fascinating reading.
 

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You really do a disservice to the LaChance family by recounting the events without sources and get fundamental details of the case incorrect.

Contents

Grocery Misconduct1
1
Room 10412
12
Dreams and Nightmares21
21
Spotless to the End32
32
An Area of Insanity46
46
A Snake Around His Heart64
64
The Hunter and the Hunted77
77
Football Fowl Suppers and Funerals90
90
Of Death and Survival96
96
Copycat117
117
Dining With Daniel122
122
The Power of Persuasion135
135
It Would Explode the Heart151
151
No Place for Serenity166
166
Smoke and Mirrors179
179
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About the author (2007)

Barb Pacholik, best-selling author (with Jana Pruden) of Paper Cows & More Saskatchewan Crime Stories and Boiling Point & Cold Cases, is a reporter for the Regina Leader-Post.

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