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A NEW book will reveal the full details of the rise and fall of former NFL superstar Aaron Hernandez.
The former New England Patriot had a $40million as a professional athlete – he was later found guilty of murder before killing himself in prison.
A new book will reveal the full details of the rise and fall of former American football star Aaron Hernandez
James Patterson, the award-winning author of the Alex Cross series and a number of other thrillers, has conducted a number of interviews with close family and friends, former team-mates, lawmen and prisoners to get the full story on Hernandez.
The book, which will be serialised in the New York Post, goes behind-the-scenes at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Centre in Massachusetts, where Hernandez spent the final months of his troubled life.
Hernandez was found guilty of the murder of Odin Lloyd, having been acquitted
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