By Gary C. King
A girl With a fondness For energy. . .
Kathy Marie Augustine was once now not out to make buddies. In politics, she rose to the head by way of taking part in hardball--and pushing her means in the course of the outdated boy's community of the Nevada legislature, emerging to the rank of country Controller. whilst she died, just a couple of humans shed tears--including the fellow who killed her.
A Killer With A Foolproof Plan. . .
Chaz Higgs was once a former body-builder grew to become extensive care nurse who observed filthy rich, horny Kathy Marie Augustine as his meal-ticket--until he could not abdominal her domineering character any more. while Chaz made up our minds he'd had sufficient, he selected a poison that may depart no proof behind.
Murder Hidden In simple Sight. . .
The loss of life of a nationally-known baby-kisser made headlines, yet one slip of the tongue got here to the eye of a made up our minds Nevada detective. Now, true-crime grasp Gary C. King takes us into the extraordinary...
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No. Not breathing at all. I’m a critical care nurse and I’ve already started doing CPR, but I need some help,” Higgs replied. “Okay. We’re on the way. ” Higgs gave him the phone number. ” “Yeah. There’s more than one of the same street name. So, if you come into the housing development, immediately turn right and the road will veer around to the left, and we’re on the third court on the right. There’s a dark blue Dodge Dakota pickup in the driveway. ” Reade instructed Higgs to put the phone down without breaking the connection just in case he needed to provide additional information or to ask for more specific help during the interim before paramedics could get there.
Dr. Clark was a doctor of medicine with specialties in anatomic, clinical, and forensic pathology. She had received her doctorate of medicine degree from Texas Tech University in 1984. Afterward, she participated in accredited residency training in combined anatomic and clinical pathology at the University of Texas, in San Antonio, until 1987, when she transferred to the University of New Mexico, where she continued her studies of combined anatomic and clinical pathology and subspecialized in forensic pathology.
At one point that morning, Swanbeck encountered Higgs at the hospital. She noticed that his demeanor seemed calm. He did not appear excited, and he seemed to be disengaged from the crisis of the situation. She noted that he was not sobbing, that there were no tears, and that he hadn’t asked any questions about the condition of his wife. She briefly remembered her past encounters with Higgs, when he often spoke of his intention to leave Kathy. She also remembered how he had referred to her in some very derogatory terms.