By Gary Taylor
Luggage through Kroger</em> has been well-known as one among 2009's best precise crime thrillers with honors from 5 assorted nationwide ebook competitions. The scorecard:
* Silver Medal in real Crime from the 2009 self sustaining publication writer Awards (IPPYs)
* Bronze Medal in precise Crime and Finalist for Book-of-the-Year within the 2008 [i]ForeWord Magazine Book-of-the-Year Awards
* Runner-Up in precise Crime from the 2009 nationwide Indie Excellence Awards
* Finalist in real Crime from the 2009 united states booklet information Awards
* Runner-Up typically Non-Fiction on the 2009 manhattan ebook Festival
In this real crime memoir, former Houston Post reporter Gary Taylor recounts his true-life Fatal <em>Attraction[/i]-style involvement within the path of violence that has dogged Texas legal professional Catherine Mehaffey Shelton for almost 3 many years, prompting insurance via newspapers, television, videos or even Oprah Winfrey. Now Taylor invitations readers to snatch a seat at the wild trip of an obsessive courting from its erotic commencing to the violent finish and the rigors required to wash up the mess.
The result's an event odyssey of self-discovery via an stumble upon that just about expense him his existence.
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