FATAL BEAUTY by Burl Barer
"Burl Barer has written an interesting and provocative look into the mind of a female killer and presents to readers facts that were not brought up in the trial of Rhonda Glover. Readers come away with a better understanding of what went wrong in her mind, what demons live there and how delusional her thoughts become. Personally, I'm always fascinated by, not only the "who done it," but the "why did they do it" and Barer shows the answer is not always given at a trial. Thorough research is evident and through interviews with those surrounding the case, as well as Rhonda Glover herself, we get a better picture. As a relationship gone haywire, Fatal Beauty validates the fact that violence is not gender specific and evil often hides behind beauty." Five Stars
"Riveting! Outstanding! A must read! [Burl Barer] has outdone himself with this one.." Five Stars
"Fatal Beauty makes you think, and realize that darkness also lives in the hearts of women, perhaps a wake-up call, that killers can be just as manipulative in a pair of nylons and high heels." Five Stars
"Anyone familiar with Burl Barer, understands what they're getting in a book written by him long before they turn that first page: In-depth research, exceedingly revealing interviews, and straight-forward answers as to what exactly occurred in each case. And with FATAL BEAUTY he does just that."
Of course, not everyone gives Fatal Beauty five stars, or four stars. Someone actually gave it one star, and acknowledged that they didn't like any of the three true crime books, all by different authors, that they downloaded for their Kindle. Perhaps true crime isn't the genre for them. If true crime is a genre you enjoy, then I suggest Fatal Beauty. After all, I devoted a lot of work to writing it for you, and paying between four and seven dollars is pretty much an entertainment bargain. Enjoy!