Death Trap: Whatever Jessica wanted, Jessica got...even by M. William Phelps

By M. William Phelps

A chilling story of a sociopathic spouse and mom. . .compelling! --New York Times bestselling writer Harry N. MacLean

"Eye-opening. . . Phelps's writing reads like a secret novel." --Suspense Magazine

It begun while Alan Bates and his new spouse arrived at his ex's condo to select up his daughters for a weekend stopover at. Then charred our bodies have been present in a burned-out vehicle on a lonely Georgia street. . .and investigators pieced jointly a shattering tale of a vicious divorce, a spurned woman's sour rage, and a thirst for revenge that ended in merciless, unflinching homicide. Updating this gripping true-life mystery with stunning new info, M. William Phelps uncovers the chilly center of an unthinkable crime.

"One of America's best true-crime writers." --Vincent Bugliosi

"Phelps is the Harlan Coben of real-life thrillers." --Allison Brennan

Includes sixteen Pages Of Dramatic Photos

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But what did it mean printed here? There was the rope. Mrs. Chapman flatly stated that she had never seen such a rope anywhere on the premises. Had the killer(s) brought it? If so, why? What significance was there in the fact that the two victims bound together by the rope, Sharon Tate and Jay Sebring, were former lovers? Or was "former" the right word? What was Sebring doing there, with Polanski away? It was a question that many of the newspapers would also ask. The horn-rimmed glasses — negative for both prints and blood — did they belong to a victim, a killer, or someone totally unconnected with the crime?

Not at 10050 Cielo Drive. Mrs. Tate called Sandy Tennant, a close friend of Sharon's and the wife of William Tennant, Roman Polanski's business manager. No, neither she nor Bill had heard from Sharon since late the previous afternoon. At that time Sharon had said that she, Gibby (Abigail Folger), and Voytek (Frykowski) were staying in that night. Jay had said he'd be dropping over later, and she invited Sandy to join them. No party was planned, just a quiet evening at home. Sandy, just over the chicken pox, had declined.

The first shop had been opened in San Francisco in May 1969, Abigail Folger and Colonel and Mrs. Paul Tate being among those at the grand opening. On April 9, 1968, Sebring had signed an application for a $500,000 executive protection policy with the Occidental Life Insurance Company of California. A background investigation, conducted by the Retail Credit Company, estimated his net worth at $100,000, of which $80,000 was the appraised worth of his residence. , the original business, had assets of $150,000, with liabilities of $115,000.

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