Teach Me to Kill: The Shocking True Story of the Pamela Smart Murder Case (Paperback)

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With a New Introduction By the Author
On the evening of May 1,1990, in Derry, New Hampshire, two teenage boys lay in wait for a young insurance salesman named Gregory Smart to return home from work. When he did, they ambushed him. One held Gregory by the hair, while the other fired a single close-range shot from a .38-caliber handgun into the victim's skull, killing him instantly. As the police investigation unfolded, it soon became clear that Pamela Smart, the victim's wife of less than a year, was behind the murder. Investigators found that she had sexually manipulated 16-year-old Billy Flynn, who in turn enlisted his friends, into committing the killing. Aired on live television, the Pamela Smart murder case mesmerized the nation, and the world. Originally published in 1991, Teach Me to Kill is an in-depth look at the case, which continues to draw widespread media attention. Author Stephen Sawicki, a correspondent for People magazine, was the only national reporter to cover the case from start to finish. His reporting includes in-depth interviews with the police, prosecutors, defense lawyers, friends, family members, classmates, and Pamela Smart herself. The book also provides a new introduction by the author.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781096353324
ISBN-10: 1096353326
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: May 11th, 2019
Pages: 334
Language: English