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The book, "The Healer" by Leonard Levitt was published in 1980. It is the true crime story of Dr. Charles Friedgood and the murder of his wife by Demerol injections. It was a quick but extremely interesting book which delved into the doctor's life - his volatile relationship with his wife Sophia, his affair with his loyal nurse Harriet, his 6 children, and their relationship with both Charles and Sophia. I liked this book and would recommend it to true crime readers.
Leonard Levitt is an American author known for his books about crime and the New York City Police Department. He is an Edgar Award winner and worked as a Peace Corps teacher in Tanzania in the early and mid-sixties. He is also the author of An African Season about his experiences in Tanzania and as a teacher. It was the first book ever written by a Peace Corps.
Leonard Levitt was born in 1941 in New York. He attended Woodmere Academy and graduated from Dartmouth College in 1963
Leonard Levitt was born in 1941 in New York. He attended Woodmere Academy and graduated from Dartmouth College in 1963. From there he went into the Peace Corps, serving in Tanganyika (now Tanzania). He later graduated from the Columbia School of Journalism and has since written for Newsday, the Associated Press, the Detroit News, Time Magazine, and the New York Post. Books by Leonard Levitt
by. Levitt, Leonard, 1941-. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
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On October 30, 1975, fifteen-year-old Martha Moxley headed home from Halloween Eve antics with her Greenwich, Connecticut, neighbors Tommy and Michael Skakel. She never made it. Her brutal murder with a golf club in her own backyard made national headlines. Levitt soon uncovered groundbreaking information about how the police had bungled the investigation, and he learned that Tommy and Michael had lied about their activities on the night of the murder.