CHRIS & NANCY, Story of Benoit Murder-Suicide, Includes 16-Page Color Photo Section

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Story of Benoit Murder-Suicide,

Includes 16-Page Color Photo Section

AUGUST 19, 2009—CHRIS & NANCY: The True Story of the Benoit Murder-Suicide and Pro Wrestling’s Cocktail of Death, will include a 16-page center insert section of color photographs. These include some photos of the crime scene that have never been published, plus shots of many of the wrestlers and personalities involved in Chris Benoit’s career and life, and in the investigation of the June 2007 incident, which made headlines on American cable TV news and around the globe.

A preview of two of the photo pages is at these links: (low resolution version) (high resolution version — long download time)

CHRIS & NANCY, published by ECW Press, will be in stores in October. The book opens with a Foreword by award-winning New York Post columnist Phil Mushnick (no relation to author Muchnick), which can be viewed at

For complete pre-order information, including international links to, go to

To reserve an autographed copy of CHRIS & NANCY direct from the author via PayPal, send $19.95 to You also can send $19.95 via postal mail (U.S. funds only) to:

Benoit Book

P.O. Box 9629

Berkeley, CA 94709

All U.S. orders of autographed copies direct from the author will be at the American retail price of $19.95, with free standard shipping to U.S. addresses. Prices for Canadian and other foreign orders will be published at a later date.

Irvin Muchnick is author of WRESTLING BABYLON: Piledriving Tales of Drugs, Sex, Death, and Scandal, and a widely published magazine journalist. He is lead respondent in the current landmark case for freelance writers’ rights, Reed Elsevier v. Muchnick, in which oral argument before the U.S. Supreme Court is set for October 7.

Media inquiries:

Irvin Muchnick

Simon Ware

Publicity Director

ECW Press






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