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Evil Season

News and investigations


by
Michael Benson

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 400 pages

File size: 1.8 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

“Benson is a master of true crime.” –Robert Scott

Deadly Dreams

Joyce Wishart was living out her life’s dream, running her own art gallery in sunny Sarasota, Florida. But that dream ended in nightmare when a deranged drifter named Elton Brutus Murphy walked through the door with a knife in his hand and a voice in his head commanding him to rape and kill. In the space of half an hour, Joyce was dead–brutally mutilated–and the tony arts enclave plunged into terror as a frenzied manhunt ensued. Told in the convicted murderer’s own words, a chilling tale of one life spiraling into madness–and another gruesomely cut short.

“Difficult to put down. . .. This is one that I highly recommend.” —True Crime Book Reviews on Watch Mommy Die

“Brisk pacing. . .shocking details.” —Publishers Weekly on The Burn Farm

Includes the exclusive confession of Elton Brutus Murphy

“Benson is a master of true crime.” –Robert Scott

Deadly Dreams

Joyce Wishart was living out her life’s dream, running her own art gallery in sunny Sarasota, Florida. But that dream ended in nightmare when a deranged drifter named Elton Brutus Murphy walked through the door with a knife in his hand and a voice in his head commanding him to rape and kill. In the space of half an hour, Joyce was dead–brutally mutilated–and the tony arts enclave plunged into terror… (more)

“Benson is a master of true crime.” –Robert Scott

Deadly Dreams

Joyce Wishart was living out her life’s dream, running her own art gallery in sunny Sarasota, Florida. But that dream ended in nightmare when a deranged drifter named Elton Brutus Murphy walked through the door with a knife in his hand and a voice in his head commanding him to rape and kill. In the space of half an hour, Joyce was dead–brutally mutilated–and the tony arts enclave plunged into terror as a frenzied manhunt ensued. Told in the convicted murderer’s own words, a chilling tale of one life spiraling into madness–and another gruesomely cut short.

“Difficult to put down. . .. This is one that I highly recommend.” —True Crime Book Reviews on Watch Mommy Die

“Brisk pacing. . .shocking details.” —Publishers Weekly on The Burn Farm

Includes the exclusive confession of Elton Brutus Murphy

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