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eBook The Devil's Right-Hand Man: The True Story of Serial Killer Robert Charles Browne download ISBN: 0425217272
Author: Debbie M. Price,Stephen G. Michaud
Publisher: Berkley Hardcover (October 2, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 288
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Describes how a bizarre letter from Robert Charles Browne, a man serving a life sentence for .

Describes how a bizarre letter from Robert Charles Browne, a man serving a life sentence for the killing of a young girl. The case was also recently written about in the New York Times Magazine. The all-volunteer cold-case squad in Colorado Springs, Colo. headed by retired FBI agent Charlie Hess and retired police detective Lou Smit-first encountered Browne after his 1995 conviction for the abduction and murder of 13-year-old Heather Church.

The Devil's Right-Hand Man book. This is the gripping, powerful true story of a cold-blooded killer-and the tireless investigators who defied all odds to uncover his chilling truth.

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The True Story of Serial Killer Robert Charles Browne. by Stephen G. Michaud and Debbie M.

The True Story of Serial Killer Robert Charles Browne. Michaud (The Evil That Men Do: FBI Profiler Roy Hazelwood's Journey into the Minds of Sexual Predators, 1999, et. has made a career of penning splashy true-crime books, and Price is an experienced newspaper journalist. Their first book together never strays far from the facts. A three-man cold-case squad of former law-enforcement agents in Colorado decided one morning in 2002 to pick up the trail of Robert Browne, who was serving a life sentence for the murder of a 13-year-old girl.

In 2000, Robert Charles Browne. From a New York Times-bestselling author and an award-winning journalist comes the gripping story of serial killer Robert Charles Browne and the tireless investigators who uncovered his chilling crimes.

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As Scott Fischer remembers it, Robert Charles Browne’s name first arose one morning in the spring of 2002 at the Old Heidelberg Pastry Shop, a well-worn Colorado Springs institution on a seedy stretch of South Tejon where the El Paso County sheriff’s department cold case squad often gathered to shoot the breeze, discuss the news, and sometimes even get down. That morning’s cold case colloquy in the popular bakery-café quickly veered away from practical matters.

Author: Stephen G. Describes how a bizarre letter from Robert Charles Browne, a man serving a life sentence for the killing of a young girl, sparked a trio of retired law enforcement officials to form a cold case squad that took on its own investigation into unsolved murders in six states in an effort to uncover the true story of a cold-blooded serial killer. Download The Devil's Right-Hand Man: The True Story of Serial Killer Robert Charles Browne by Stephen G. Price free.

Describes how a bizarre letter from Robert Charles Browne, a man serving a life sentence for the killing of a young girl, sparked a trio of retired law enforcement officials to form a cold case squad that took on its own investigation into unsolved murders in six states in an effort to uncover the true story of a cold-blooded serial killer.
Comments: (7)
Walianirv
Great book, the only critique I would have is the jumping around of the timeline throughout got a little confusing and there were a few typos on dates that made things confusing. Otherwise this is a very engaging book about a very engaging serial killer and his cases.
Kesalard
Good read.
Rather gruesome material, but for readers who like true crime this is worth reading.
Bloodray
I dont think this browne guy killed more than 2 people. The book is written in a confusing manner.
Andronrad
Interesting book. Helped me work out a few new characters.
Zodama
I don't know if I would recommend this for reading. It was written in a rather abstract / random format. There is some worthwhile information as it relates to Robert Browne. It was just a little difficult to follow, as it hop - scotched through the life of Browne. Some of the information lacked clarity. The time line at the end of the book helped.
Longitude Temporary
The book got boring in the middle, but the detectives was giving up themselves at this point, than the book let up, My children Are required to read this book to be alert of there surroundings. they Should turn this into a school book, The world is pretty frightening, I'm sure the victims did not expect this to happen to them.
Itiannta
Great true crime book covers murders in Louisiana, Colorado, California, Washington and Texas, all committed by one sick man. The story gets a little muddled going back and forth between incidents but the timeline at the end really helps. Shows endurance and hard work from detectives can really pay off.
When will writers of true crime realize that most cops usually are not very interesting people to read about?
I said it. It's the psycho, the crook, the killer, bank robber, who makes for interesting reading. Just the way
it is.
Cops in these books very often come across as incompetent and not very bright, or just plain disinterested in solving anything. Why? Jaded. Bored. Figure it wouldn't make much difference anyway, etc.

To be fair, the cops (most of them retired) do give a damn and simply wish to solve the murders covered here (about half a dozen) in order to bring peace of mind to the loved ones left behind. Understandable. Commendable, even.

Problem here is the killer, Browne, is miserly with his information and keeps the task force stringing along, stretching the thing out (just like the writers of this book) that before long, you just might be willing to give up on this tome in sheer frustration.

The real, entire, and complete story of this killer is not told here (who, by the way, claims to have killed fifty or more). What the reader gets is what the cops got: enough info to solve three or four of the murders Browne
committed--and he gave those up in exchange for a favor or two from said task force.

Did Browne kill as many as he claimed? Who the hell knows? Bottom line: don't expect a serial killer to tell you the truth about anything.

It seems to me, these guys (serial killing losers) have one thing in common (besides murder) a craving for infamy, attention--and then, for some inexplicable reason (some of them, like Browne, once incarcerated)
clam up.

You figure it out. Better yet, why bother?