Pure Murder

Pure Murder

“A compelling read.” —Suzy Spencer, New York Times bestselling writer of Wasted

“We gotta kill ‘em. They comprehend what we glance like.”
On a scorching summer time evening in Houston, teenage girls—bright, attractive, success-bound friends—took a shortcut domestic from a friend’s house to make their curfew. They by no means reached their houses. the subsequent morning, the households of the 2 women started a frantic seek, organizing acquaintances and acquaintances and posting hundreds of thousands of fliers around the sprawling urban. yet no longer until eventually an nameless 911 name 4 days later have been the our bodies of Jennifer Ertman and Elizabeth Pena ultimately recovered. Their killers have been quickly rounded up—a brutal, unrepentant gang of stripling boys whose convictions must have placed them at the back of bars for all times. yet within the halls of justice, not anything is ever a simple task . . .
“Corey Mitchell empathized with crime sufferers in a fashion designated and private manner. That empathy is obvious in each real crime booklet he wrote and is what makes his books heartfelt, compelling reads.” —Suzy Spencer
“No one faces evil head on like Corey Mitchell.” —Gregg Olsen


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