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Never See Them Again by M. William Phelps

Bestselling author, M. William Phelps does it again with his latest true crime narrative Never See Them Again. A story so shocking and brutal that many in the Houston, TX suburb of Clear Lake City will never forget that fateful , scorching summer day of July 18, 2003.

The crime scene was so horrific it was enough to make even veteran homicide investigators sick. Inside in the living room of the well kept suburban home police found two teenage girls, a teenage boyfriend and his 21 year old cousin lying in a bloodbath shot and bludgeoned to death execution style with nearly forty gunshot wounds between them. What possibly could have happened to result in the carnage displayed before them?

Follow veteran Houston PD investigators, Tom Ladd and Brian Harris through the twists and turns of their three year investigation as the mounting trail of evidence at once cold and then hot again finally reveals with unbelievable certainty, the outrageous truth right in front of them. One would never believe who was behind the tragic deaths of the innocent victims all along.

I am a big fan of Ann Rule and the many stories she has written in this genre. I had never read anything by M. William Phelps, so I am glad to have found another masterful story teller. I will definitely be reading more of his books in the future. Sure to keep you reading to the wee hours of the morning Never See Them Again is a must read for Phelps fans and all who enjoy true crime thrillers.



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  1. Cynthia Ramer on said:

    Tom Lade saved my family in1989. If anyone knows him please give him my email so I can thank him again and share pictures with him of the beautiful woman my daughter lived to become.

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