Cradle of Death

Cradle of Death

Ten Babies. Eight Murders. One Woman to Blame: Their Mother

In March of 1949, a healthy baby boy named Richard Noe entered this world. Thirty-one days later, he left it -- found dead in his parents' bedroom in a working-class Philadelphia neighborhood. Over the next nineteen years, all nine of Marie and Arthur Noe's other children would die -- one stillborn, one in the hospital, and the other seven of unexplained causes--none lived longer than fifteen months.

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Publisher: St. Martin's Press (April 01, 2011)

Collection: St. Martin's True Crime

Language: English


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