By Jerry Bledsoe
From the recent York occasions bestselling writer of sour Blood comes the tale of a greed so robust it ended in an unspeakable crime.
Wealthy Lieth von Stein lay useless and his spouse Bonnie close to dying of their North Carolina domestic after a vicious attack with knife and baseball bat as they slept. The crime appeared completely baffling till police a path that ended in the fascinating von Stein stepson, Chris Pritchard, and his fabulous, drug-using, Dungeons-&-Dragons enjoying neighbors at N.C. country collage. Blood video games is the shattering actual tale of degraded younger minds—and a son's grotesque greed grew to become horrifyingly genuine. Jerry Bledsoe masterfully reconstructs the bloody crime and its aftermath, as he is taking us on a riveting trip into the key twisted hearts of 3 younger murderers.
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Tetterton swept the room with his flashlight, the beam jolting to a halt on the most horrible sight of his twenty-six years of police work. The whole room seemed red with blood. Lying diagonally across a bed, face-down, was the body of a burly man wearing only cotton briefs that once had been white but now were blood-red. Several stab wounds were visible in the man’s upper back and shoulder on his left side, and there was such a huge, ragged tear in the back of his head that Tetterton at first thought that he could peer inside his skull.
One-ten Lawson Road,” said Lewis. “One-ten Lawson Road. ” “Okay, Bonnie, the rescue’s on the way, too. ” Michelle said into the receiver. ” “I can’t reach him. ” The voice seemed to be fading again. ” “Now, look, you hang in there. ” Officer Danny Edwards, in the lead car, was going so fast that he almost missed Lawson Road, but he hit his brakes in time to swerve right onto the street when he saw the sign. Tetterton cut beneath him and was the first to arrive at the house, Edwards and Cherry right behind him.
When Lee arrived, he was surprised to see the lights on, the big truck with its railed, double-decker trailer already backed up to the wooden loading chute at the rear. Newton Carter, head of the three-man loadout crew, was already in the pens, marking the backs of the biggest hogs with a fat orange crayon. Only the biggest, most aggressive hogs would be taken. The others, more timid at the feeding troughs, would be left to fatten for another week or so. “I’m glad to see y’all early,” Lee said.
Blood Games. A True Account of Family Murder by Jerry Bledsoe