The Critique Circle Public Library

Never See Them Again
by M. William Phelps
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PublisherPinnacle
Release Date2012-09-04 (added to CC 28 Jul 2017)
Amazon Sales Rank595,434
Seventeen-year-old Christine Paolilla had her whole life ahead of her…that is, until she murdered her best friends. Award-winning investigative journalist M. William Phelps takes us inside a crime that shocked the nation.
 
In the summer of 2003, the Houston suburb of Clear Lake, Texas was devastated when four young residents were viciously slain. The two female victims, Tiffany Rowell and Rachael Koloroutis, were just eighteen-years-old—popular and beloved. But when a killer came knocking, it turned out to be someone they knew all too well.
 
Seventeen-year-old Christine Paolilla was an awkward outsider until the girls befriended her. In this gripping true story, complete with 16 pages of dramatic photos, M. William Phelps delves into the heart of a baffling mystery to get to the truth of an act so brutal it could not be understood—until now. 

Praise for M. William Phelps 

"Phelps ratchets up the dramatic tension." –Stephen Singular

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

"Phelps creates a vivid portrait." –Publishers Weekly
 
“One of our most engaging crime journalists.” –Katherine Ramsland
"Phelps is the Harlan Coben of real-life thrillers." –Allison Brennan

"The best true-crime writer to come along in years." –Gregg Olsen



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Member Reviews
(4 Dec 2017)
I really enjoyed reading the book because it was very well written from a journalist standpoint into a real case that took place in real life. This was the inside look of a major case. However, when I got to the middle of the book and saw the photos, I felt like it told me the rest of the story oppose to leading up to the suspense as it was doing to begin with. The story no longer became very interesting after the pictures with the content showed who did what. I wanted to find out through reading the book.