Book Reviews of Triangle

Triangle
Triangle
Author: Irene Pence
ISBN-13: 9780786004737
ISBN-10: 0786004738
Publication Date: 1/1/1998
Pages: 303
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Good true crime. Not an over abundance of court stuff...mostly story.
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This true crime story is well-written, and the case is almost unbelievable. The personalities and backgrounds of the people involved are fascinating. Following the events that lead to so much
unhappiness and tragedy was quite a journey.
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Warren Miles Bondurant's promise to finance a woman's education and pay all living expenses lured Sandra Underhill into answering his ad. A drug addict and inmate about to be released from a Texas State Prison, she was just the kind of woman who would be easily manipulated, used and controlled by the Forth Worth millionaire. Bust Sandra had other ideas, and it was only a matter of time before Bondurants plan of totally possessing Sandra would begin to dangerously unravel. For the next month, behind the closed doors of Bondurant's luxury condo, one man and twon women formed a twisted arrangement, consumed by greed, and drugs, and ultimately undone by insane jealousy and cold blooded murder
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From the back cover - Warren Miles Bondurant's promise to finance a woman's education and pay all living expenses lured Sandra Underhill into answering his ad. A drug addict and inmate about to be released from Texas State Prison, she was just the kind of woman who could be easily manipulated, used and controlled by the Fort Worth millionaire. But Sandra had other ideas, and it was only a matter of time before Bondurant's plan of tatally possessing Sandra would begin to dangerously unravel...
For the next month, behind the closed doors of Bondurant's luxury Texas condo, one man and two women formed a twisted and depraved arrangement, consumed by greed, sex and drugs, and ultimately undone by insane jealousy and cold-blooded murder.
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A true-story murder story. Facinating, but creepy.
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There is plenty of info in this book and it is reasonably well-written; however the downscale nature of the 'heroine' comes through loud and clear. It is hard to believe that her motivations and actions were as described considering her history and transgressions. Whether the author believed her tales or not is hard to tell, but he does state what she told him and the reader can draw their own conclusions. The crime is interesting enough, the killer selfish and evil enough. All in all, a satisfying read. I worked up practically no sumpathy for Sandra Underhill, who came close to taking the blame for her friend, Carri's murder. But I felt a great deal of sorrow for Carri's fate, her main problem seeming to be getting tangled up with Sandra. I would have liked to know more about Carri Copinger's life. Enjoyed the book.
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A very good true crime book. It holds your interest to the very end.
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Easy to read and chilling story.