According to The Wall Street Journal, Richard Hickock—one of the two Kansas murderers made famous by Truman Capote’s true-crime story In Cold Blood—wrote his own book with a Kansas journalist, which was never published. Capote never mentioned it, but he was very aware of it, and put a lot of effort into suppressing its publication. (Presumably to minimize competition, which: gross. This is not the subject upon which anyone should wish to be the Final Authority.)
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