Nothing Sacred : On July 6, 1998, Albert Walker was convicted in Exeter, England of first-degree murder. To his friends and neighbors, Albert Walker was the model of success and respectability. He was a church elder, a loving husband, a doting father, and a charismatic financial wizard; but he was also a man around whom a thousand questions swirled. Award-winning journalist Alan Cairns of the Toronto Sun tracks Walker's twisted career, and reveals the shocking facts behind his smooth and shameless betrayal of family, friends, and trusting investors; his sudden flight from Canada with his daughter to avoid questioning about his extensive frauds; and his secret life in England, where he assumed another man's identity and killed in cold blood to retain it.
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