Book Reviews of Till Death Us Do Part

Till Death Us Do Part
Till Death Us Do Part
Author: Vincent Bugliosi
ISBN-13: 9780553125009
ISBN-10: 0553125001
Publication Date: 1979
Pages: 416
Edition: Unabridged
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Bantam Books
Book Type: Paperback
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True Crime, nonfiction. Written by the prosecutor at the trial of the Manson family. The "sequel" to Helter Skelter. Good read.
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Till Death Do Us Part
BY Vincent Bugliosi
TRUE CRIME AND SCARY!
Interesting book!!
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Now the man who put Manson behind bars tells the truth behind his most disturbing case.

Rooted in greed, seething with the fury of unleashed passions, this bizarre story of poolside living, pickups in singles bars and sudden violence begins with the Palliko-Stockton double murders. It ends when a sulky-faced playboy and his sultry blonde paramour are finally brought to trial in L.A. The prosecutor is Vincent Bugliosi, co-author of Helter Skelter, the man who put Mansion behind bars. There is a no smoking pistol, no physical evidence, no living eyewitness to prove the defendants guilt beyond the shadow of a doubt. It is up to Buglioski to get the proof that will convict the two murderers.
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This is a book by the author of "Helter Skelter", telling the story of the Stockton-Palliko murders from the 60's. Great read!
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Strangely facinating and highly intense.
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True murder mystery about southern California murders.
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A True Murder Mystery. Following a series of unsolved attempted murders in the southern California area, on December 11, 1996, a murder is committed in a blue collar neighborhood of Los Angeles. the victim is a pleasant young man with no known enemies. sometime after midnight, the killer enters the house, shoots the young man three times in the head from point blank range and twice in the chest, then sets fire to the house. the police have no murder weapon, no eyewitnesses, and no suspects. Sixteen months later, again in Los Angeles, another murder takes place. This time the victim is a beautiful young woman, recently married, who is shot and bludgeoned to death in her Jaguar in the carport of a luxury apartment complex. Again, the police find no murder weapon, no eyewitnesses, and no obvious suspects. These two murders were the result of bizarre conspiracies rooted in passion and greed. Taken separately, the murders appeared unrelated, but they were linked by a single criminal mind. Shreds of evidence jottings in an appointment calendar, suspicious bank transactions, a spending spree in Las Vegas-were the starting points of a fascinating investigation and a trial that generated mmore tension and unexpected reversals than the fictional courtoom dramas seen on television. The pricipal figure in the investigation and trial was Vincent Bugliosi, co author of Helter Skelter, the man who put Charles Manson behind bars.
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Rooted in greed, seething with the fury of unleashed passions, this bizarre story of poolside living, pickups in singles bars and sudden violence begins with the Palliko-Stockton double murders. It ends when a sulky faced playboy and his sultry blonde papamour are finally brought to trial in L.A. The prosecutor is Vincent Bugliosi, co author of Helter Skelter, the man who put Manson behind bars. Shreds of evidence were the starting points of a fascinating investigation and a trial that generated more tension and unexpected reversals the the best Hollywood drama. There is no smoking pistol, no physical evidence, no living eyewitnesses to prove the defendants guilt beyond a shadow of doubt. It is up to Bugliosi to get the proof that will convict the two murderers.