Eye Of The Beholder
Lowell Cauffiel
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A detailed exploration into the murder of TV anchorwoman Diane Newton King in 1991 describes how her husband was convicted of the crime a year later only after playing mind games with the police and leading them on several wild goose chases.
  • Title: Eye Of The Beholder
  • Author: Lowell Cauffiel
  • ISBN: 9780786001217
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Paperback

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Carol Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
I had the privilege and the pleasure of knowing and working with Diane for three years. She was so kind as to serve as an expert consultant on an event the zoo produced each year during the school year for area students called "Native American Autumn Fest." Accuracy was very important to us and we didn't want to get the information wrong or offend any of our Native American neighbors. Diane was part Ojibwa and part Apache and even though the local tribe here is Pottawatomie they respected her op [...]
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Rachel Ramirez Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
I appreciated the author's honesty about how Mrs. King wasn't the nicest or humblest of people. All types of personalities are murdered sadly and this one happens to be one of those in the middle. Something else I liked was he didn't glorify Mr. King either. A murder was committed in from of their children and that is not okay in any way. Both sides seemed honest but there was some repetition in the book that made it a bother to read sometimes. Still it was a memorable first read of Mr. Cauffiel [...]
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Steven King Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
Author: Lowell CauffielTitle: Eye of the Beholder: The Almost Perfect Murder of Anchorwoman Diane Newton KingNarrator: Luke DanielsPublisher: Dreamscape Media, LLC.UnabridgedLength of Production: 15 discs/19 hours: 2 minutesYear of Publication: 2016On February 9, 1991, Diane Newton King, a beloved local anchorwoman was brutally gunned down in the driveway of her quaint home in Marshall, Michigan. Such a grisly murder set the town reeling – perhaps the most intrigue this town had prior was its [...]
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Carol Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
Eye of The Beholder by Lowell Cauffiel4★'sBattle Creek, Michigan, is famous as the birthplace of breakfast cereal, and the nearby suburb of Marshall is as wholesome as shredded wheat. Well-known for its colorful Victorian mansions, this stately slice of nineteenth-century Americana became infamous on a frigid night in February of 1991. Newscaster Diane Newton King was stepping out of her car, her children strapped into the backseat, when a sniper’s bullet cut her down. The police assumed tha [...]
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Samantha Osborne Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
i really tried to give this a try but it bored me to tears it was way to long i couldn't even finish i dnf it
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Indra Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
What a crazy case! I thought this book was much better than "House of Secrets", the other book I read by this author. It is long--524 pages--but it goes into quite some detail about every aspect of the case from the eyes of not only the killer, but many of the supporting players. This is a very complex story about an absolutely diabolical killer. The killer gave the author access to a lot of documents and his own writings, which make up part of the book. The story was made more interesting by th [...]
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Joe Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
I didn't care much for this book. I've read other good books by this author but this one pretty much bored the hell out of me. First, the victim was a woman that liked herself too much. Second, the husband was a piece of work himself, they were made for each other. And what's with this "indian heritage" stuff, I mean, don't get me wrong Everyone should be proud of their heritage and I have a lot of friends who are American Indian and I respect them for their race, but this was mentioned just abo [...]
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Anya Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
I really enjoyed this book, but partly it's because I'm from this area and I knew one of the investigators on the case. I was an adolescent when this murder took place, and one of my best friend's father was an investigator for the prosecution after the murder of Diane King, a popular television news anchor in mid-Michigan. The book wasn't reviewed well, but I found it to be fascinating, particularly given that Gerry Woods, one of the men who worked so hard on the case, is portrayed quite accura [...]
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Bonnie Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
I loved this book. It was my first Lowell Cauffiel true crime book and I had never liked the genre before (or so I thought). I only read it because the author is from my hometown and I wanted to see how he wrote. I was hooked! He writes with so much detail, I found myself marveling at how much detail he found through his research. I would read another Cauffiel book anytime, and I am now a great fan of his!
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Blaine Pardoe Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
Overall - a good book about a Calhoun County Michigan murder. Having lived in the area (and written true crime books based on crimes there)I found it fascinating to read the author's perspective of the community and law enforcement.
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Michelle Hite Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
GrippingThorough and fair. Very satisfying for someone interested in human frailty. No stark Manichaen dichotomies here. Everyone is smart, stupid, mean, funny,ugly,and beautifulry compelling read.
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bette Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
A true life crime novel.
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Anne Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
This is based on a true story and is very tedious to read. Not interested and passing along to my neighbors at WC.
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Erika Nerdypants Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
Fair. In some ways more in depth than some true crime, but still only fair.
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Ronnie Cramer Dec 07, 2019 - 14:48 PM
Okay, but devoting five hundred pages to an average case seemed excessive. Cauffiel's MASQUERADE is *much* better.
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Eye Of The Beholder By Lowell Cauffiel A detailed exploration into the murder of TV anchorwoman Diane Newton King in 1991 describes how her husband was convicted of the crime a year later only after playing mind games with the police and leading them on several wild goose chases.

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