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New Doubts Over Facts In Truman Capote's In Cold Blood

Posted at 2:02PM Monday 11 Feb 2013

Documents have come to light which suggest parts of Truman Capote's In Cold Blood – which led the way for the non-fiction novel – played with the truth.

The files, originally held by the Kansas Bureau of Investigations and first reported on by The Wall Street Journal, suggest that Capote may have cast lead investigator Alvin Dewey in a more flattering light than he deserved.

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