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eBook Married To Murder ePub

by Robert Scott

  • ISBN: 0786015136
  • Category: True Crime
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Robert Scott
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pinnacle (March 1, 2004)
  • ePub book: 1971 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1103 kb
  • Other: doc mbr mobi lit
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 293

Description

So, granted, MARRIED TO MURDER isn't written with the complete finesse of an Ann Rule, but it is 300 plus pages of a. .of Scott's better written books.

of Scott's better written books. What a horrible creature, can't call Spangler human as it's an insult to the rest of our race.

Married To Murder book. Robert Scott did an exceptional job telling the story of Robert Spangler & his many victims. I recommend this book to all lovers of True Crime books. You will not be disappointed!

Now he was free to marry his new love, Sharon Cooper.

Read Married To Murder, by Robert Scott online on Bookmate – Clean Sweep On the morning of December 30, 1978, in Littleton, Colorado, Robert Spangler lured his wife Nancy into the basement with th. Now he was free to marry his new love, Sharon Cooper. A former high school athlete, he hiked the Grand Canyon with Sharon, who chronicled the trip in a book dedicated to her soul mate, Spangler. But their happiness was short-lived. The marriage ended in a costly, messy divorce.

Robert Scott discovered that true-crime writing is incredibly interesting, as "You have to be part journalist, part detective and part analytical writer for the true crime market

Robert Scott discovered that true-crime writing is incredibly interesting, as "You have to be part journalist, part detective and part analytical writer for the true crime market. They've depicted stories from a murderous male/female team in the High Sierras to a psychopathic killer on the mean streets of Los Angeles.

Tells the horrifying true story of Robert Spangler who, after killing his first wife and teenage children, set the stage to frame his wife for the brutal murder, and then proceeded to murder his next two wives, which he admitted to doing in the fall of 2000 after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.

Robert Scott (c. 1941 – January 9, 2015) was a New York Times best-selling American non-fiction author who wrote 20 true crime books. Scott attended Diablo Valley College. 1941 – January 9, 2015) was a New York Times best-selling American non-fiction author . TruTV's "Crime Library" recounted Scott's book Like Father Like Son about the 2000 murder of 9-year-old Krystal Steadman. TruTV is an American multichannel television network that is owned by the Turner Broadcasting System unit of AT&T's WarnerMedia.

California Nightmare. He Used A Claw Hammer. Annette Edwards was a vivacious 19-year-old on her way to watch the Fourth of July fireworks. Frankie Cochran knew her boyfriend, David Gerard, was possessive, controlling, and prone to violent rages. But it was the unsolved murder of another woman-repeatedly run over on a country road-that finally exposed Gerard as a rage-driven monster out of control. Justice finally caught up with Gerard.

Tells the horrifying true story of Robert Spangler who, after killing his first wife and teenage children, set the stage to frame his wife for the brutal murder, and then proceeded to murder his next two wives, which he admitted to doing in the fall of 2000 after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. Reissue.

Comments

Urreur Urreur
MARRIED TO MURDER by Robert Scott is a compelling story. Not to give the plot away, I 'll just say I'd seen a portion of this story on a news show but never knew all of the twists and turns--or number of victims.

Initially I wasn' t certain about the writing, as the way characters are introduced is awkward and, therefore, confusing. Yet I stuck with it and the storytelling smoothed out after a few chapters. All in all, I ended up liking the book.

Yet the writing and layout of material speak to me of a new writer. So I thought perhaps this is one of Scott's first published books. Yet I've checked, and he's published a handful of books with the same kind of reader comments. He doesn't appear to be learning from his mistakes. It appears he's emphasizing quantity of publications over quality of writing and layout.

So, granted, MARRIED TO MURDER isn't written with the complete finesse of an Ann Rule, but it is 300 plus pages of a good, well-researched effort at a reasonable price... $.99.
Dukinos Dukinos
From the colorful sweeping descriptions of the Grand Canyon to the intricate examination into the mind of a murderer, Robert Scott's MARRIED TO MURDER is one of the best true crime books I have read, and I have read many. Deeply satisfying, this book will take you on a multi-faceted journey. By your journey's end, you will know what makes this murderer tick. Oddly juxtaposed, but essential to the story and to Bob Spangler, is the scope and the sweep and the beauty of our nation's beloved Grand Canyon. Do not miss this trek.
Kefrannan Kefrannan
This true story is more terrifying because this man displayed no signs of guilt and no remorse and no clue he was capable of serial murder.
Diab Diab
The author gave up too many clues, too soon. There was no element of surprise and he spent too many words validating/promoting the law enforcement and justifying them (after all... they were paid to perform their tasks). There was practically no research promoting the attributes of the victims or establishing a bond readers could relate. He gorged his pages with the financial and accomplishments of the perp and repeated the hiking experiences of characters nobody could even relate or remember. COME ON, how many times does one have to hear how much the murderer loved the Grand Canyon.
Xellerlu Xellerlu
I've read a lot of true crime books over the years, but Bob Spangler has to rank near the top of the list of coldest murderers. He murdered two of his wives (maybe three) and his two teenage children. And a couple other deaths are very suspicious.

This was a well-written true crime that kept me interested to the end. The only fault I could find was that parts of the story seemed to be repeated. My thoughts as I finished the book: Thankful for skilled interrogators who uncovered the truth; Glad justice prevailed, but sorry it took so long; Not buying the excuse that being adopted had anything to do with the actions of this cold blooded murderer; It's time for me to take a breather from true crime books for a while!
Halloween Halloween
Robert Spangler was an egotistical sociopathic s.o.b. who literally got away with murder for the last third of his life. I cannot understand how the first on-the-scene investigators and law enforcement agents didn't have suspicions strong enough to thoroughly look into the death (crime) scenes, the obvious (to me) lies, the coincidences and the aftermaths of his deadly deeds. He managed to pull too much wool over too many eyes, and I can't help wondering how. Did he pay the price?
You decide.
I haven't stopped thinking about this disturbing tale since I finished the book.
Nikok Nikok
of Scott's better written books. It kept me interested, read it all the way through without stopping, which to my way of reviewing, a definite plus. What a horrible creature, can't call Spangler human as it's an insult to the rest of our race. A man with zero conscience, something definitely wrong in the gene pool. When comparing to nature vs nurture, one can only assume the chip on his shoulder from being adopted, along with his ego and competitiveness with his adoptive father, had a lot to do with his psyche, so we're left with his nature, a selfish, disgusting chameleon.
Very good true crime narrative. The author kept my interest throughout the book. The portrayals of the wives and children(victims) were insightful and poignant. The serial wife killer was exposed as a damaged being, incapable of feeling empathy for anyone but himself.