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Murder in literature


In Cold Blood: A Legacy

Forty years ago, Truman Capote, author of such novels as “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, set a new standard of interpretive and investigative journalism with his investigation into the brutal killings that changed the lives of the residents of Holcomb, Kansas. In 1965, The New Yorker published his work in a serial format under the title, “In Cold Blood”. Earlier this year, the Lawrence Journal-World...