Love's Blood: The Shocking True Story of a Teenager Who Would Do Anything for the Older Man She Loved- Even Kill Her Whole Family

Love's Blood: The Shocking True Story of a Teenager Who Would Do Anything for the Older Man She Loved- Even Kill Her Whole Family

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by Clark Howard (2)
     
 

When businessman Frank Columbo, his wife Mary and their 13-year-old son, Michael, were savagely murdered on their suburban Chicago home, one thought raced through everyone's mind...who would tell Patty? But Patty already knew.

Led into an adult world of drugs and kinky sex parties by Frank DeLuca, a married man twice her age, the fifteen-year-old had become his

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When businessman Frank Columbo, his wife Mary and their 13-year-old son, Michael, were savagely murdered on their suburban Chicago home, one thought raced through everyone's mind...who would tell Patty? But Patty already knew.

Led into an adult world of drugs and kinky sex parties by Frank DeLuca, a married man twice her age, the fifteen-year-old had become his sexual slave—desperately, blindly devoted to him. when her parents divorced their daughter's shocking secret life, her enraged father threatened to kill them both. But the lovers struck first, leaving a scene of appalling family carnage.

rowing into womanhood in a maximum security prison, Patricia Ann Columbo has finally revealed to author Clark Howard what really happened that dark and fateful night. From their intimate conversations come a chilling, first-hand view of cold-blooded murder—and a twisted love gone horribly wrong.

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"An unsettling trip into a world of kinky sex, devotion and love goen wrong...stays with you long after the final page."—Ridley Pearson, bestselling author of Parallel Lines and Middle of Nowhere

Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Veteran true-crime writer Howard examines the case of Patti Columbo, convicted at the age of 19 for plannning the murder of her parents and brother. Photos. (Aug . )

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780312953010
Publisher:
St. Martin's Press
Publication date:
08/28/1994
Edition description:
REPRINT
Pages:
528
Product dimensions:
4.18(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.20(d)

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