This is the incredible story of the murder which gripped the
nation. When Tom Nevin was brutally murdered in Jack White's Inn on
the morning of 19 March 1996 there was widespread mourning for the
man known as a 'gentle giant'. And none seemed as grief-stricken as
his widow, Catherine. She stood by the graveside holding a single
red rose, the classic symbol of a lost love. But even as that
picture occupied front page on the nation's newspapers, the rumours
had started. Four years later Catherine Nevin stood in the dock and
listened impassively as a jury found her guilty of murdering her
husband, and guilty on three counts of soliciting others to murder.
The trial had kept the entire country enthralled, as every day more
bizarre stories emerged: contract killers, money laundering, the
IRA, sexual affairs, plastic surgery, and contacts in high places.
It had all the ingredients of a bestselling thriller, but this was
real life, and with a real victim. This is an updated edition of
the bestselling book.
O'brien Press Ltd
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||2nd Revised edition
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