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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal (UK))
The man convicted of the murder of Mearns farmer Max Garvie in 1968 has died at his home in Perthshire.
Brian Tevendale was found guilty of murdering the wealthy farmer, who lived near Fordoun, and jailed for life alongside Mr Garvie's wife Sheila 35 years ago.
Tevendale first became involved with Sheila Garvie after she discovered her husband was having an affair with Tevendale's sister, the wife of a policeman.
He insisted she also take a lover and chose Tevendale for her.
When Mr Garvie ended his own affair, he discovered that Tevendale and Mrs Garvie had fallen for each other.