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    Betrayal In Blood eBook õ Betrayal In MOBI :Á unknown intruder who d shot her in the eye with a and repeatedly stabbed her in the neck and upper bodyHis Evil PlanA drug bust led to Cassidy Green s confession that she d driven the getaway car She fingered boyfriend Cyril Winebrenner as the killer He and Kevin Bryant were buddies who d regularly gone on cocaine fueled sex binges with hookers Astoundingly, Winebrenner was also Tabatha s half brother but Bryant s , had convinced him that money is thicker than blood In a trial that shook Country Club Row, prosecutors would present evidence and testimonies that revealed ever sordid details, leading to final justice for the lawyer who tried to get away with murder."/>
  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Betrayal In Blood
  • Michael Benson
  • English
  • 17 October 2019
  • 078601766X

Betrayal In Blood❰BOOKS❯ ✬ Betrayal In Blood Author Michael Benson – Essayreview.co.uk Her Cheating Heart Mommywon t be with us any That s what attorney Kevin C Bryant, , told his two young sons in the spring of At the time, blonde, pretty, year old Tabatha Bryant was alive and well i Her Cheating Heart Mommywon t be with us any That s what attorney Kevin C Bryant told his two young sons in the spring ofAt Betrayal In MOBI :Á the time, blonde, pretty,year old Tabatha Bryant was alive and well in an upscale suburb of Rochester, New York But that was about to change because Bryant knew his wife was cheating and he intended to end the affair by ending her life On June he calledto report Tabatha slain by an unknown intruder who d shot her in the eye with a and repeatedly stabbed her in the neck and upper bodyHis Evil PlanA drug bust led to Cassidy Green s confession that she d driven the getaway car She fingered boyfriend Cyril Winebrenner as the killer He and Kevin Bryant were buddies who d regularly gone on cocaine fueled sex binges with hookers Astoundingly, Winebrenner was also Tabatha s half brother but Bryant s , had convinced him that money is thicker than blood In a trial that shook Country Club Row, prosecutors would present evidence and testimonies that revealed ever sordid details, leading to final justice for the lawyer who tried to get away with murder.


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10 thoughts on “Betrayal In Blood

  1. says:

    Sex, drugs, greed, betrayal the actual crime had the all the makings of an outstanding true crime novel Unfortunately, the author almost immediately destroyed any interest I had in the book by spending an inordinate amount of time describing inconsequential details, characters, and events For example, an entire chapter was dedicated to the testimony of crime scene analysts The author found it necessary to delve into each investigator s educational background and job description He introduc Sex, drugs, greed, betrayal the actual crime had the all the makings of an outstanding true crime novel Unfortunately, the author almost immediately destroyed any interest I had in the book by spending an inordinate amount of time describing inconsequential details, characters, and events For example, an entire chapter was dedicated to the testimony of crime scene analysts The author found it necessary to delve into each investigator s educational background and job description He introduced Kathy Mahoney, a toxicologist with the medical examiner s officeShe had an associates degree in applied sciences biological technologies from Monroe Community College The author provided this unnecessary information for the purpose of confirming that the victim had no traces of street drugs or other chemical substances in her body when she was murdered These excruciating details were made evenpainful as drug use was never an issue in the investigation of the victim s death Much of the book read like a trial transcript with each technician explaining who provided them with each piece of physical evidence, the manner in which the samples were collected, labeled, and stored and which specific tests were performed to arrive at a particular conclusion.The author needlessly introduces detailed family trees of both the victim and perpetrator, providinglengthy background information that proved to be inessential for either plot or character development However, the author spends by far the most time describing the history of burlesque shows and their evolution into modern day strip clubs in Chapter 40, A Blend of Burlesque and Brothel Like a horny teenager, the author gleefully details a lap dance as follows If law forced the dancer to wear a G string, she would find an excuse to adjust itand give her customer a flash of pinkShe would sneak a quick feel of his crotch and allow her nipples to lightly brush his lips Interestingly, most chapters are a page or two long, but this one went on for five pages Sadly, the author spent far too little time describing the victim He provided the smallest details of every character that was somehow tangentially related to the crime or the investigation, but offered only the most basic information about the victim Unfortunately, I m left with the feeling that she s a stranger I don t know her, and I can t identify with her, making it exceedingly difficult to feel much sympathy for her Although the author paints a painstakingly realistic portrait of the investigation and the trials, he fails miserably in offering the reader a glimpse into the life of the victim His dehumanizing portrayal of the victim lacks any real emotion, making her another nameless, faceless victim in a salacious crime that will inevitably fade into obscurity That s the real tragedy

  2. says:

    I like to consider myself a True Crime book buff, and as far as that genre goesnot a whole lot there It kept me interested, but wasn t very good.

  3. says:

    What a sick husband and even sicker brother to do this to his sister

  4. says:

    Too LongThe story of this murder was interesting but the book should have been about a third shorter I almost put it down because it took so long to get into anything interesting and then the author said the same things over and over several different ways, sometimes just a few sentences apart As with most true crime cases you know that you ll never know exactly what happened because everyone involved lies about some things.

  5. says:

    Murder in the familySo many opportunities for people to do the right thing and didn t This was just tragic I can t imagine what her boys deal with today as a result of being in the house on that evening It s funny how Kevin judged Tabby on her lifestyle but thought nothing of his own immoral activity Narcissist behavior at its finest Great read.

  6. says:

    The research here is solid, but there s just not enough intrigue to make this a compelling true crime story The murder of Tabatha Bryant was sordid and tragic, but the relevant details of the story are really only enough for an article, not a book.

  7. says:

    Not a bad book but was twice as long as it should have been I started skimming about 1 3 of the way through and read the rest of it that way.

  8. says:

    Kind of slow at some points like in the trial of the husband.

  9. says:

    I like your style of writing You investigate, give background where needed to create a story that keeps me wantingI also like how You follow up at the end of the book In this case Kevin Bryant got his just deserves, I m thinking I can t wait to read your next book Kudos, Mike

  10. says:

    This is a tragic story that deserves to be told I don t care for the author s writing style at all Some of the information is repetitive and in all honesty, the story could have been told in 150 pages or so I don t recommend this book.

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