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Diane Fanning Appearing on SNAPPED Sunday June 17

Tune in for the premier on Sunday, June 17, at 9pm ET The Oxygen Channel’s highly popular show, SNAPPED, profiles cases of females accused of murder, with all the twists and turns. Among the list of female killers in the SNAPPED lineup is Raynella Dossett Leath, the subject of Diane Fanning‘s latest true crime book, HER DEADLY WEB. As one of Fanning’s top three pick of interesting cases she’s written about, it contains a cattle stampede, an attempted murder, a three-shot-suicide, medical examiners threatening to shoot law enforcement officials, a secret city and a love child.  Who could ask for anything more for plot turns in a true crime story? Per Amazon:  Raynella Dossett Leath said she came home one morning in 2003 and found her husband’s body in bed—covered in blood, a Colt .38 by his side. But authorities were suspicious of Raynella’s story. Why would her husband of ten years suddenly commit suicide? And if he had taken his own life, why did it appear that three shots were fired? David Leath was not …

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Diane Fanning Book Event at Hastings in New Braunfels, Texas

Diane Fanning will be signing copies of her books on Saturday, March 10, including her latest true crime, HER DEADLY WEB at Hastings in New Braunfels, Texas. HER DEADLY WEB is the true account of Raynella Dossett Leath,  murder, and more! It has a cattle stampede, an attempted murder, a three-shot-suicide, medical examiners threatening to shoot law enforcement officials, a secret city and a love child. The trail of death in the case, however, does not begin and end with a beloved barber, but winds its way up to the highest levels of law enforcement in this city. There was a fatal car crash, a love child, a missing will and, strangest of all, the 1992 death, officially by cattle stampede, of the Knox County prosecutor, Ed Dossett, who happened to be Ms. Dossett Leath’s first husband at the time. The New York Times Diane Fanning is the author of several  true crime books, including MOMMY’S LITTLE GIRL, about the life and death of Caylee Anthony. She is also a crime novelist with five books in …

FIRST Author Event for HER DEADLY WEB by Diane Fanning Saturday, January 7

AUTHOR EVENT Diane Fanning knows true crime. Her latest book tells of the strange case of Raynella Leath and the mystery surrounding the grisly deaths of her two husbands. Was this nurse and loving mother capable of killing them both? Meet the author, Diane Fanning. Saturday January 07, 2012 3:00 PM San Pedro 321 NW Loop 410 #104, San Antonio, TX 78216, 210-342-0008 Raynella Dossett Leath was once the wife of Ed Dossett, Randy Nichols’ predecessor as attorney general. Ed, who was dying of cancer, met a very strange end when it was reported that he died after being stomped to death by milk cows. The story was that he’d asked to be wheeled out to the barn to see his cows and somehow ended up beneath their hooves. The whole thing always sounded more than a little strange, but it was accepted. The medical examiner — Randy Pedigo — ruled it an accidental death and word was that the widow collected triple indemnity.  And that’s just the beginning of the story! From MacMillan and St. Martin’s …

Diane Fanning’s Next True Crime Book, HER DEADLY WEB

Diane Fanning’s next true crime book will be released by St. Martin’s Press January 2012.  HER DEADLY WEB is about Raynella Dossett Leath, a fascinating story.  It has a cattle stampede, an attempted murder, a three-shot-suicide, medical examiners threatening to shoot law enforcement officials, a secret city and a love child.Readers of true crime, and Fanning’s Fans are anxiously awaiting the release of HER DEADLY WEB. According to “Knox Views;”  Raynella Dossett Leath was once the wife of Ed Dossett, Randy Nichols’ predecessor as attorney general. Ed, who was dying of cancer, met a very strange end when it was reported that he died after being stomped to death by milk cows. The story was that he’d asked to be wheeled out to the barn to see his cows and somehow ended up beneath their hooves. The whole thing always sounded more than a little strange, but it was accepted. The medical examiner — Randy Pedigo — ruled it an accidental death and word was that the widow collected triple indemnity.  And that’s just the beginning of the story! AVAILABLE FOR …