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by Lowell Cauffiel

Category: True Crime
Subcategory: Memoris and Biographies
Author: Lowell Cauffiel
ISBN: 0786014652
ISBN13: 978-0786014651
Language: English
Publisher: Pinnacle (April 1, 1995)
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Eye of the Beholder Hardcover – 1 Jul 1994. by Lowell Cauffiel (Author).

Eye of the Beholder Hardcover – 1 Jul 1994.

In this gripping retelling of the crime and its aftermath, journalist Lowell Cauffiel re-creates the atmosphere of terror that marked King’s last days, giving us a story of celebrity, obsession, and what it means to kill. Biographies Thriller & Crime.

A fascinating psychological study of an unrepentant murderer from a New York Times–bestselling author (Library Journal). Battle Creek, Michigan, is famous as the birthplace of breakfast cereal, and the nearby suburb of Marshall is as wholesome as shredded wheat. In this gripping retelling of the crime and its aftermath, journalist Lowell Cauffiel re-creates the atmosphere of terror that marked King’s last days, giving us a story of celebrity, obsession, and what it means to kill. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

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Author: Lowell Cauffiel Title: Eye of the Beholder: The Almost Perfect Murder of Anchorwoman Diane Newton . The cadence of the audio book is at an appropriate pace and the narrator, Luke Daniels, masterfully helps the listener navigate the doldrums of minutiae

Author: Lowell Cauffiel Title: Eye of the Beholder: The Almost Perfect Murder of Anchorwoman Diane Newton King Narrator: Luke Daniels Publisher: Dreamscape Media, LLC. Unabridged Length of Production: 15 discs/19 hours: 2 minutes Year of Publication: 2016. The cadence of the audio book is at an appropriate pace and the narrator, Luke Daniels, masterfully helps the listener navigate the doldrums of minutiae. Daniels’ background is in classic theatre and film and he adroitly demonstrates multiple characterizations, including female voices, to keep the story from getting too boring.

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Eye of the Beholder (1994) Kensington Pub. Corp. ISBN 978-0-82174-614-1.

In the mid-1990s, Cauffiel wrote three fiction titles. He performed as a blues guitarist with the Progressive Blues Band in Motor City nightclubs. In 2002, Cauffiel began writing and producing crime documentaries. Eye of the Beholder (1994) Kensington Pub.

Lowell Cauffiel tells of the investigation and prosecution of Brad King for the murder of his wife and TV news anchorwoman, Diane King, in a way that makes you really understand the human failings in the investigation which are made up for only with dogged determination and some wonderful strokes of luck

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1994) A non fiction book 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. Praise for this book. A true crime thriller of uncommon psychological complexity. Similar books by other authors.

The author of Masquerade provides a chilling account of the cold-blooded murder of Michigan television anchorwoman Diane King and the year-long manhunt that resulted in the arrest and trial of Diane's husband, Bradford, an ex-cop and criminal justice professor.
Comments to eBook Eye Of The Beholder
Rayli
I knew Brad King well when he was a Pontiac police officer. I was married to a fellow officer and we saw Brad and his first wife socially. I was surprised to read of all the things he believed and practiced. The Brad I knew became someone I didn't know. A few of the people mentioned in the book were familiar to me. I enjoyed the book immensely but then again I viewed it differently than someone who didn't know Brad would.
Perius
A big part of my review for the book "Eye of the Beholder" is a READER ALERT that I wish someone had put out for me to see before I purchased this book. This book has a great deal of very strong, nasty language in it!!! If foul language bothers you this is not the book for you! I understand that sometimes it may be necessary when quoting a conversation but many of the "F bombs" in this book were totally unnecessary and really took away from the book for me. I really wanted to quit reading it and perhaps I should have but by the time I realized it was going to continue throughout the book I was interested in the crime and I wanted to see how it all ended.
If you take away the foul language, the story about the murder of t.v. personality, Diane King, was an interesting one and the author did a good job telling this story. At the end of the book there was a diagram of where the murder occurred and the surrounding area. It would have been very helpful indeed to have that diagram at the front of the book so that the reader could get a clearer picture of the landscape involved which was a very important part of the story. Reading the details of the area could at times be confusing. Putting the diagram at the beginning would have helped clear up any confusion or misunderstanding.
This tragic story was very interesting but I would not recommend this book to others because of the very strong language.
Perongafa
Extremely well done recounting of the horrible murder of a news anchor, in front of her young children. Suspenseful with great detail, and the surrounding publicity... and the detective work involved in tracking down the murderer.
Bajinn
A good story of this time of the lives of these people, from the victims, the prosecutor, the defense attorney, the citizens, the neighbors, and finally to the convicted offender. Very interesting perspectives from all these people.
Vobei
Not my favorite book by this author, but it is an interesting read because you keep asking, "Why?" Why did the murder occur? Why did intelligent college girls find this man interesting (and handsome)? A look into the mind of someone truly evil ... he needs to get with Cathy Wood from "Forever & 5 Days."
Opimath
Another masterpiece by Mr.Cauffiel.He has the ability to make me feel I was actually there watching this sick scene play itself out. How could king do this to the mother of his kids?!This guy is actually one of Cauffiel's oddest killer's yet.How did he think he could get away with it? How could he have actually ever become a cop?? Also included in this book are some good family photos,including some unintentionally hilarious pictures of killer king himself,obese and bald in a cheap looking plaid suit.What did these women see in this absolute moron?A MUST READ
Tane
I ordered this book after watching a crime show (City Confidential?) that discussed the murder of a popular news broadcaster in a small Midwestern City. I have a friend who was born and raised in that city so I was particularly drawn to the story. Murder is usually puzzling, but I just had to know more about the victim and circumstances surrounding her death. The author did an exemplary job of portraying the characters in the book--particularly the crime victim and the culprit. It sounds like a cliche, but I could not put the book down. I look forward to reading more books by the author.
Well written and interesting story describing the characters and the crime, then becomes long, repetitive and boring after the main story is told.
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