Murder in Paradise

Lisa Pulitzer

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On January 15, 2000, the bruised body of thirty-four-year-old Lois McMillan, a Connecticut artist vacationing in the British Virgin Islands, was discovered draped across the rocks of an inlet where she had apparently drowned in the Caribbean waves. Local authorities on the little paradise of Tortola quickly confirmed that it was no accident.

The police immediately found their suspects-four young, rich American tourists. Within twenty-four hours, the men were arrested for murder and went from a life of carefree luxury to cold jail cells.

Each had an alibi. None of them had a motive. And there was no direct evidence linking any of them to Lois's death. Did authorities even have the right men? Was it a rush to judgment-a desperate attempt to save Tortola's reputation for peace and safety-or were these men hiding a terrible crime. A twisting tale of swift island justice that was just beginning. So was the intricate puzzle of the lives of the four men in question, and the truth of what really happened during Lois McMillen's tragic final hours.

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Lisa Pulitzer

Lisa Pulitzer is a former correspondent for The New York Times, and a frequent contributor to the New York Post. She is author of A Woman Scorned, Fatal Romance, and other true crime titles. She lives in New York with her writer husband, two daughters, and overweight Pug, Barney.

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Murder in Paradise
Lisa Pulitzer

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St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's True Crime
November 2003
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ISBN: 9781466828971
ISBN10: 1466828978
384 pages, Plus 8 pp. b&w photographs
$7.99
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