Monday, March 13, 2017

Review: Kiss and Kill by Dale Hudson

Rick Pulley was a minister and missionary along with his wife, Patty Jo.  They traveled playing Christian music and ministering to youth.  Then one day Patty Jo disappears leaving a grieving Rick and friends.  Only after her body is found much later, it turns out their marriage was not what it seemed and Rick had dark secrets.

What I liked the most about this book, is the way the author does deep research and really makes you feel like you know the people involved.  It is a skill I have found in his other books as well.

After his first book - An Hour to Kill, I corresponded with him and he was generous enough to give me VHS tapes of some of the interviews he had with Ken Register.  It was fascinating.  Unfortunately Dale, died several years ago in a drowning accident.  A real loss.

True Crime at its best.

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