Jean Paul

Murderer's Diary

When a young woman is found murdered local police immediately suspect two of her friends. Both men made mistakes at the crime scene. They knowingly touched or disturbed items that make they appear to be guilty. As the case expands into Violet's business and personal life the murderer begins to chronicle his involvement with her. Where they me, how he saw her, and why she had to die! Take a peek into the lives of students in the early 1960's and how a murderer could be anyone, even the man sitting beside you.
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