So tight and fast-paced that it can be read in a pleasant afternoon, The Notorious Mrs.
The Notorious Mrs. Clem: Murder and Money in the Gilded Age, by Wendy Gamber
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Nancy Clem, a seemingly harmless Indianapolis housewife had been accused of being a participant in a particularly lurid double murder which took place just outside Indianapolis in Over the course of five trials the actions of Mrs.
Clem, the Notorious Mrs. Clem of the headlines, were scrutinized and dissected. One of the murder victims had been engaged in a Ponzi scheme. On the day he was killed he had been carrying a large quantity of cash with him. That money had vanished and it was reported that on that same day Mrs.
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Clem had concealed an equally large quantity of money. Testimony was presented that seemed to exonerate the accused. But there were also many indications that Mrs. Clem might have been a party to the crimes. That's the fascinating thing about this true crime story because we'll never really know if Nancy Clem actually was involved in those gruesome murders.
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