A Crime That Shocked A City. . .
In 1995, Austin, Texas was rocked by the brutal murder of a lesbian princess named Regina Hartwell. Even though Regina’s body was burned beyond recognition, within days police had two suspects. One was the beautiful ex-cheerleader who was the object of Regina’s desire. The other was a man who would take the fall for murder. . .
A Killer’s Heinous Acts . . .
In this new edition of her bestselling book Wasted, true crime master Suzy Spencer chronicles a fatal love triangle–and lives driven out of control by sexual desire, drugs, and shocking childhood demons.
A Twisted Road To Justice. . .
Four years after Regina Hartwell’s murder, a new charge was brought against one of her suspected killers. Now, Suzy Spencer adds a new chapter to Wasted–detailing a killer gone wild, a nerve-wracking legal standoff, the shocking twists that would take place in a second, explosive trial. . .
It was a night of celebration for the Whitaker family. Their son Bart was graduating from college. But when Bart’s brother Kevin opened the door to their house, a masked intruder shot him point blank. His mother took the next bullet, followed by Mr. Whitaker and Bart. Blood was everywhere, but somehow Bart and his father survived . . .
To the cops the story didn’t add up, and their investigation discovered a stunning web of lies. Bart was living a double life. He hadn’t been enrolled in college since his freshman year. Instead of attending classes, he’d spent his days playing video games with his friends—while planning to murder his family to inherit their million-dollar estate . . .
Bestselling author Corey Mitchell takes us inside this chilling murder case to reveal the twisted motives of a seemingly All-American Boy-Next Door who turned into a cold-blooded killer now residing on Death Row . . .
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1989 National Geographic Society publication, 1,216 pages, illustrated with dust jacket, red cloth-bound book.$0.00
Throughout the animal kingdom generally, showing off is widespread. Many animals for many different reasons need to draw attention to themselves. They may shout, sing from the treetops, wear bright colors, dance up and down, or emit clouds of perfume. Biologists call it “display,” but that is just another name for showing off. Displays have functions and advantages as well as dangers. Some are essential for courtship. Among animals, it is usually the males who posture and decorate themselves, and the females who select from among them. Some decorations, however, are simple warnings. Just a few are lies, as when harmless animals are dressed to look like more dangerous ones. We like animals that show off. As is demonstrated in this book, showing off adds much to the interest and excitement of life.
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