Dead Man's Dancer: The Mechele Linehan Story by Tom Brennan

By Tom Brennan

Mechele is younger, beautiful, and looking out to benefit from her aesthetic resources whilst she strikes from New Orleans to Alaska in 1994 to earn cash for faculty university. Her charms ensnare the affections of 3 males, and the mixed results of jealously, lust, and greed take a perilous flip during this real crime tale. earlier than a homicide within the woods shatters her contented existence, Mechele works as an unique dancer on the Alaska Bush corporation, the place she spends her days exciting a procession of hard-working males. John, Scott, and Kent are at the same time smitten with Mechele, and supply affection within the type of lavish presents and eventually engagement jewelry. whereas the 3 males commence their affairs at the comparable direction, violent homicide blasts aside their parallel lives. one of many trio is shot within the again; one other is accused of the homicide. useless Man's Dancer follows this homicide case from 1996 all through Mechele's tumultuous trial in 2006 that turns into a national sensation. stunning in its unique portrayal of homicide and convoluted amorous affairs, useless Man's Dancer excites horror in readers that lingers a ways after the final web page is turned.

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