DIMEBAG Murder Book Now Available On GOOGLE

MJS Music & Entertainment has uploaded "A Vulgar Display Of Power" to Google Books.

"A Vulgar Display Of Power" is the true story behind the on-stage murders of "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott, Erin Halk, Jeffery "Mayhem" Thompson and Nathan Bray. This true story details the people and events leading up to the murders, including the killer's background and twisted motive. It is said to be "the first authentic recount of the events and puts to rest all rumors and inaccuracies widely circulated online and hastily reported by the press."

Google Books works just like a web search, but within the contents of the text of a book. Readers can sample any section of "A Vulgar Display of Power".

Author Chris Armold says, "If I wrote this book for any one reason, it is to have the truth told. Google Books is an amazing feature that helps get this done in a much bigger way than I ever dreamed. There are so many false reports of what really happened that I find people are blown away when they read the truth.

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"In July I met with Jerry Abbott, Dimebag's father, and he said it best: 'You told the truth!' Anyone who was involved can tell you the true details of this horrible event have not been told to the public. I can tell you first-hand that this has been devastating to the family members of all who lost their lives that night."

To read "A Vulgar Display of Power" on Google Books, go to this location.

Watch video footage from the April 13, 2007 "A Vulgar Display of Power: Courage and Carnage at the Alrosa Villa" book signing at the Alrosa Villa in Columbus, Ohio (featuring Chris Armold and James Niggemeyer):

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