Alice & Gerald: A Homicidal Love Story

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Prometheus #ad - But when her new love's ex-wife and two kids start demanding more of him, Alice delivers an ultimatum: Fix the problem or lose her forever. That is, until 2013, almost forty years later, when somebody finds a dead man's skeleton in a place where Alice thought he'd never be found. Featuring a femme fatale whose manipulative, cold-blooded character rivals Lady Macbeth, this page-turner by bestselling true-crime author Ron Franscell revisits a shocking cold case that was finally solved just when the murderers thought they'd never be caught.

With alice's help, he "fixes" the problem in an extraordinarily ghastly way. And they live happily ever after. Would you kill for love?  true-crime master ron franscell tells the grisly story of a loving couple who killed at least four, and lived happily ever after--while cops desperately tried for decades to piece together a petrifying tale of murder and secrets.

Alice & Gerald: A Homicidal Love Story #ad - The appalling details are made even more vivid by the author's familiarity with the Wyoming times and places that formed the backdrop of his national bestseller The Darkest Night. After alice, kills her husband in 1974 and dumps his body where it will never be found, a desperate young mother in a gritty Wyoming boomtown, she slips away and starts a new life with a new love.

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Where Monsters Hide: Sex, Murder, and Madness in the Midwest

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Kensington Books #ad - Sixteen months later, Jason Cochran died from a drug overdose. Detectives tried to put Kelly’s past into focus. But the horrific truth was hidden under a near-perfect patchwork of lies. When frizzo learned chris was having an affair with Kelly Cochran, a married co-worker, suspicion fell on Kelly’s hulking husband, Jason.

Veteran investigative journalist M. In october 2014, local michigan police chief Laura Frizzo faced a perplexing missing-person case. It was not like chris Regan, a devoted father and dependable employee, to take off without explanation. Friends and family rallied around the grieving Kelly. William phelps expertly reveals Kelly Cochran’s staggering saga of murder, revenge, and payback.

Where Monsters Hide: Sex, Murder, and Madness in the Midwest #ad - Phelps is the Harlan Coben of real-life thrillers. Allison brennan “Anything by Phelps is an eye-opening experience. Suspense magazine“Master of true crime. Real crime magazine. Soon after that the Cochrans abruptly moved to Indiana. An unexplained disappearance spirals into an unrelenting murder mystery. But when the coroner ruled Jason’s death a homicide, no one reacted more bizarrely than his widow.

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Gone Forever: A True Story of Marriage, Betrayal, and Murder True Crime St. Martin's Paperbacks

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St. Martin's Paperbacks #ad - While headlines screamed out new details in the case, and police tried to gather more evidence, a blockbuster trial was about to begin. Then, richard McFarland finally spoke. And a terrifying, chilling truth came out. But investigators became increasingly suspicious of Richard McFarland. When the charred, decomposed body of Susan McFarland was finally discovered at an overgrown farmstead outside of San Antonio, a new hunt began—for justice.

Mcfarland maintained his innocence, and investigators only had circumstantial evidence against him. Three days later, her car was found, keys in the ignition. Susan mcfarland was a vivacious, successful mother of three young sons. On november 25, 2002, she disappeared. Later that day, her husband reported her missing—and a desperate search began.

Gone Forever: A True Story of Marriage, Betrayal, and Murder True Crime St. Martin's Paperbacks #ad - Her friends and family hoped against hope that Susan was not gone forever.

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Death on the River: A Fiancee's Dark Secrets and a Kayak Trip Turned Deadly

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St. Martin's True Crime #ad - But it ended in tragedy when beautiful, blonde Angelika Graswald called 911 to report that her fiancé, the handsome and athletic Vincent Viafore, had fallen into the choppy frigid waters. In death on the river, bestselling true crime author Diane Fanning recounts a tragic kayak accident that left one man dead—and his fiancée arrested for his murder.

But as more lurid details emerged—including a $250, 000 life insurance policy—a killer question remained: Did Angelika remove the plug of her fiancé’s boat…and knock away his paddle as he sank? A dream getaway. A real-life nightmare. It seemed like the perfect romantic afternoon: a kayaking trip for two on the Hudson River.

Death on the River: A Fiancee's Dark Secrets and a Kayak Trip Turned Deadly #ad - I wanted him dead, ” she had said, even though she insisted that she didn’t kill him. But when the bereft bride-to-be posted videos of herself doing cartwheels on social media—shortly before Vincent’s body was found—suspicions of murder rose to the surface…After hours of questioning, Angelika made several shocking admissions.

She said she felt “trapped” and fed up with Vincent’s “demanding” sexual lifestyle: the nightlife, the strip clubs, the threeways. Authorities assumed it was an accident.

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Dying to Get Married: The Courtship and Murder of Julie Miller Bulloch

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Crossroad Press #ad - This tragic, true-crime tale will shock its horrified readers. Right. Little did she know that he had a violent past and a predisposition for bizarre sexual rituals. Julie miller was a successful executive who, through a newspaper ad, met who she thought was "Mr. Dying to get married is a modern-day morality tale of the perversion of an American dream.

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The Darkest Night: Two Sisters, a Brutal Murder, and the Loss of Innocence in a Small Town

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St. Martin's True Crime #ad - Neither could Becky, the surviving sister. Two men politely offer them a ride home. When they finish their shopping, Becky's car gets a flat tire. The girls would suffer unspeakable crimes at the hands of these men before being thrown from a bridge into the North Platte River. Two sisters. But they were anything but Good Samaritans.

A monstrous fate. Casper, wyoming:1973. One miraculously survived. One car ride. Eleven-year-old amy burridge rides with her eighteen-year-old sister, Becky, to the grocery store. The two men who violated her and Amy were sentenced to life in prison, but the demons of her past kept haunting Becky. Until she met her fate years later at the same bridge where she'd lost her sister.

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Bad Moon Rising: The Prom Night Murders Memoir

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Archway Publishing #ad - Ed morrison's brother, michael, debra means, never made it home from the Mascoutah Community High School prom held on May 3, and his spunky girlfriend, 1969. After taking his victims at gunpoint, Marshall Wayne Stauffer raped and strangled fifteen-year-old Debbie and dispatched eighteen-year-old Mike with three shots to the back of his head.

In this true crime memoir, ed morrison chronicles his journey nearly fifty years after that fateful night to learn the truth of what happened, illuminate the evil within a murderer, and find resolution. He traces the murderer throughout his life, uncovering facts and unknown stories about his cross-country crime spree, imprisonment, and eventual death.

Bad Moon Rising: The Prom Night Murders Memoir #ad - Bad moon rising is the gripping true story of one man's quest to uncover the truth fifty years after his brother and his brother’s girlfriend were murdered on prom night. Gathering insight from interviews with former police investigators, attorneys, judges, a survivor of a similar attack, and prison personnel, Morrison exposes the raw emotions that accompanied the senseless killings.

Two days later, their bodies were discovered near an abandoned strip mine on the outskirts of town.

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Murder on Birchleaf Drive: The True Story of the Michelle Young Murder Case

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Black Lyon Publishing, LLC #ad - Attorney, middle district of north carolina, and a must- read, 1986-1993"A great read, for those who are fascinated with the drama of real life—it’s even better than fiction. Colon willoughby, district attorney of wake County, North Carolina, 1987-2014"An excellent book, and I recommend it highly.

Jerry boyd, coronado, California Police Chief ret. Author of multiple books including firestone park: policing south-central los angeles and my years as a chief“reading murder on birchleaf dRIVE is like being at the scene of the crime and inside the well of the courtroom during every moment of one of North Carolina’s most notorious murder trials.

Ripley Rand, U. S. Prepare yourself for an intense, heart-pounding read!”—Dr. Rudolf, at first blush, defense attorney for michael peterson, featured in the netflix series The Staircase“Psychological thriller meets true crime story at its best! MURDER ON BIRCHLEAF DRIVE is a riveting account of what,  appears to be a boy-meets-girl romance but ends in bloody horror.

Murder on Birchleaf Drive: The True Story of the Michelle Young Murder Case #ad - Epstein brilliantly details the unraveling of the couple’s relationship and eloquently captures the legal details, making the most complicated aspects of the murder case completely understandable. Spaulding, forensic psychiatrist and associate consulting professor of psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, by a talented new author, Duke University“An amazing first book, MURDER ON BIRCHLEAF DRIVE drops the reader into the complex web and dark beauty of the criminal justice system.

Epstein skillfully recounts a chilling tale of human emotion, betrayal, and calculated murder. Joseph B.

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The Unforgiven: The Untold Story of One Woman's Search for Love and Justice

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BookBaby #ad - But in "the unforgiven", three young children are in the back seat of a car driven by Amanda Hamm's boyfriend as it slips into an Illinois lake. The brief but intense police investigation included seven interviews Hamm voluntarily gave police without the benefit of counsel. His "reasonable doubt", considered a true crime classic, was a New York Times best-seller.

Her co-author Steve Vogel lives nearby. It's a case reminiscent of the explosive story of Susan Smith, convicted in the drownings of her two young sons in South Carolina. Together they have extensive first-hand knowledge of the case and access to nearly every record related to the court proceedings. Amanda and her boyfriend survive.

The Unforgiven: The Untold Story of One Woman's Search for Love and Justice #ad - . The outcome remains controversial to this day and comes full circle with state child welfare workers' concern about children born to Hamm since the fateful day at Clinton Lake. The unforgiven" co-author and journalist Edith Brady-Lunny covered the case from start-to-finish, beginning the night of the drownings.

Her three children do not. The question of whether it was a horrible accident or a murderous plot divided family and friends and traumatized the entire community.

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No One Is Perfect: The True Story Of Candace Mossler And America's Strangest Murder Trial

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#ad - A colorful parade of prosecution witnesses shared tales of recruiting hit men, and the unusual relationship between the glamorous aunt and her nephew. No one is perfect" is a thoroughly researched account of the landmark trial and the life of its chic blonde defendant. When investigators discovered that "Candy and Mel" were carrying on an incestuous love affair, the pair were charged with the crime.

No One Is Perfect: The True Story Of Candace Mossler And America's Strangest Murder Trial #ad - The miami trial featured the legendary defense attorney, Percy Foreman, whose outrageous tactics created a number of memorable moments. Simpson case, america was fascinated by another "trial of the century". Suspicion quickly fell upon Melvin Lane Powers, the shady nephew of Mossler's wife, Candace. Jacques mossler, a prominent financier, was brutally murdered in his Key Biscayne apartment.

Thirty years before the O. J.

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The Black Widower: A Beautiful Doctor, Her Seemingly Perfect Husband and a Chilling Death

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St. Martin's True Crime #ad - Coming off a failed marriage, a beautiful woman named Toni joined an online dating site, hoping to find true and lasting love. Soon, more questions arose: who was harold henthorn—a devoted, grief-stricken husband or a cold, calculating killer? Could authorities find a way to connect his wives’ deaths and expose the truth? .

. Was he a grieving husband—or a black widower? harold’s tearful story of his wife’s hiking “accident” just didn’t hold up with Toni’s family—or the police. She was his second wife—to die. But toni’s family began noticing Harold’s dark side—especially his controlling nature, which Toni didn’t seem to mind.

The Black Widower: A Beautiful Doctor, Her Seemingly Perfect Husband and a Chilling Death #ad - Harold henthorn seemed like her dream come true—a handsome man who said he had “a heart for others. Only weeks after meeting, they were wed. Then a shocking truth was uncovered: twenty years before, Harold’s first wife had also died suspiciously in a remote area with no witnesses. Until she met her end at the bottom of a ravine.

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