The Story Behind In Broad Daylight Standing a few feet from where the killers opened fire on Ken Rex McElroy than three decade ago Harry N MacLean tells the story of how he came to write his Edgar Award winning book in his new true cr

  • Title: The Story Behind "In Broad Daylight"
  • Author: Harry N. MacLean Gregg Olsen
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  • Page: 282
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  • Standing a few feet from where the killers opened fire on Ken Rex McElroy than three decade ago, Harry N MacLean tells the story of how he came to write his Edgar Award winning book in his new true crime short, The Story Behind In Broad Daylight MacLean had doors slammed in his face, guns pulled on him, and was bitten by a dog Eventually, he won over the closedStanding a few feet from where the killers opened fire on Ken Rex McElroy than three decade ago, Harry N MacLean tells the story of how he came to write his Edgar Award winning book in his new true crime short, The Story Behind In Broad Daylight MacLean had doors slammed in his face, guns pulled on him, and was bitten by a dog Eventually, he won over the closed community of Skid, Mo The inhabitants shared with him the reign of terror Ken Rex McElroy inflicted for twenty years in Northwest Missouri, and information about his murder on the main street of Skid in 1981 Despite 45 witnesses, the case remains unsolved MacLean tells the story in his book In Broad Daylight, first published in 1988 The Story Behind In Broad Daylight brings the book up to date and includes several previously unpublished pictures It also answers many questions about the killing itself, such as who was involved, and what has become of them The author discusses the nature of the moral consequences of the killing for the town and those involved in the killing MacLean describes the breakthrough events when key characters agreed to speak with him, and he realized he would finally get the story In Broad Daylight was a New York Times bestseller for 12 weeks and was made into a movie starring Brian Denehey, Cloris Leachman and Chris Cooper It was re released as an e book on on July 10, the 31st anniversary of the killing.Praise for Harry N MacLean s The Story Behind In Broad Daylight A riveting behind the scenes look at an author in pursuit of the story about the bully who brought down a town and paid for his sins with his life Diane Fanning, author of Mommy s Little Girl Honest and intriguing The riveting backstory of MacLean s true crime classica can t miss read Kathryn Casey, bestselling author of Deadly Little Secrets The Edgar Award winner takes readers right where they want to go inside the story Gregg Olsen, bestselling author of Fear Collector To understand and truly experience any story in its absolute wholeness, one must go behind the scenes and learn the mechanics of what made it so riveting in the first place Here, Harry MacLean takes us on a thrill ride into the crazy world beyond one of the most compelling true crime stories of our time M William Phelps, star of the hit Investigation Discovery series Dark Minds and national bestselling author of 23 books, including Nathan Hale and his latest, Kiss of the She Devil

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    One thought on “The Story Behind "In Broad Daylight"”

    1. Short follow up from the book. Filled in where people and the town was years later. Brought some closure.

    2. Having read "In Broad Daylight" many years ago when it came out, I was curious to read the "story behind" the story, of how it was written, and it was worth the read. It told how the author was able to break through the wall of silence that the townspeople had kept up for so long, and talk to insiders as if he were one of them. Interviews many of the key players.

    3. Okay, so I read this book because it was implied that there was new info since the realize of the first book. Well, no there wasn't any new info and really it was a hash over of the same old stuff from the first book, but I was OK reading it since I still wasn't quite done processing the first book. Don't waste your time reading it though new to discover.

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