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The Ice Box Murders by Hugh Gardenier
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The Ice Box Murders

by Hugh Gardenier

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0972029311, Paperback)

On Father's Day, June 20th, 1965, Fred and Edwina Rogers of Houston received a surprise. They were murdered. When neighbors failed to see the old couple coming and going, they notified the police who didn't find anything amiss until they opened the ice box.

Houston's most grisly double homicide remained unsolved until two forensic researchers cracked the case. Now the truth is revealed in this new and long awaited fact-based fiction by lawyer/CPA team Hugh Gardenier and Martha Gardenier.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:37 -0400)

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