eBook Evil Brothers download

by Frank P. Stiles

eBook Evil Brothers download ISBN: 1432710427
Author: Frank P. Stiles
Publisher: Outskirts Press (November 26, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 240
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Rating: 4.5
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by Frank P Stiles (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1432710521. Published on May 9, 2008.

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City Soldiers: A Collection of True Crime Stories. A Toledo policeman, sitting quietly with his partner on night duty in their patrol wagon, is approached by a man who pulls out a gun and shoots him in the head at point-blank range, killing him instantly

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Comments: (7)
This is a respectful tribute to the victims, above all else. It contains details of the crimes, as much as is known. It also has lovely photos of the victims while in their normal states of life. I definitely prefer these to autopsy photos. The issue that I have with the book, and why I am not giving it five stars, is that there is not enough research done on Anthony Cook's early life. There are only two and a half pages devoted to his personal history. I mainly buy these kinds of books to find out how life warped these men to the point that they became so enraged. I wish the author had asked Anthony's family members for more information. I was looking particularly for accounts of how Anthony's biological father treated the family. Boys learn their ways of being from their fathers. The father left the family when Anthony was nine, but prior to that he would have had quite an impact. He was likely a violent man.
Interesting coverage by the officer. Two of the Centre Market employees were fellow co-workers and we knew something must have happened when they didn't meet up with us at the restaurant after work. Evil is too kind of a word for the brothers.
Good book but very sad
Really creepy true story, esp considering the fact that I was growing up in Toledo when this happened.
Just started reading it and am not able to put it down!!
Just a rehash of old news stories.
Pat, the author, is actually my Uncle. I can honestly say that this is the ONLY book I've ever read in one day, simply because I couldn't put it down. I'm not just saying this because he's my uncle. I'm saying it because it's true. As the lead detective, he helped families resolve unsolved mysteries and brought closure to many affected. This book will tell you what is going on inside the lead detectives mind when cracking a case. WELL DONE PAT!
Detective Frank Stiles managed to write this true story of horror in the Toledo Ohio area, due to these two monstrous serial killers, with utmost respect for the many families & loved ones who were victims of their evil doings. His devotion to solving these cases, and his commitment to remember the lives that where changed forever is evident. To read this book may also help save others from falling prey, or assist in escaping similar fate, should they find themselves at the hands of evil. This book shines hope that more cold cases will be solved with DNA, bringing some rest for families everywhere.