The Charmer: The True Story of Robert Reldan - Rapist, Murderer and Millionaire -- and the Women who Fell Victim to his Allureby Richard Muti
When prison inmate Robert Reldan's aunt died and left him an $8.9 million trust fund, Arthur and Barbara Reeve, parents of murder victim Susan Reeve, acted to deprive Reldan of the funds that could gain him freedom on parole. The Reeves ultimately got an unheard of $10 million judgment against their's daughter's killer, effectively stripping the man known as
When prison inmate Robert Reldan's aunt died and left him an $8.9 million trust fund, Arthur and Barbara Reeve, parents of murder victim Susan Reeve, acted to deprive Reldan of the funds that could gain him freedom on parole. The Reeves ultimately got an unheard of $10 million judgment against their's daughter's killer, effectively stripping the man known as America's richest inmate. Soon after Susan's murder, the Reeves set up a scholarship fund in her name and the killer's money is currently used in that fund which helps to educate young men and women. The Charmer embraces the hunt to bring a Susan killer to justice and then the chase of a lifetime by one family determined to give their slain daughter a voice, decades after she was silenced.
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Meet the Author
The Charmer is Richard Muti's third book after 19 years as a successful trial proscecutor. He is a sought professor teaching writing, American government and criminal justice. He is a former Navy pilot and city mayor. Charles Buckley ultimately prosecuted Robert Reldan with a brilliant 25-year career as a prosecutor and the front row seat which produced The Charmer.
Deputy Attorney General Charles Buckley tried cases the way he lived his lifeas a nose-to-the-grindstone, blue-collar-type of guy, with all the best characteristics a working class background implies. He spent 25 years as one of New Jersey's top trial prosecutors, acting as a modern-day legal Paladinhave briefcase, will traveland crisscrossing New Jersey to try the most difficult cases.
Buckley put away the boss of the Philadelphia/Atlantic City crime family, as well as the capo in charge of the Hudson County waterfront. In New Jersey's first televised trial, he convicted a judge who accepted bribes to fix sentences. Other public officials felt Buckley's brand of justice: an official taking bribes to facilitate bridge and road construction; a mayor and planning board members taking bribes from developers; and a Hudson County police chief, Passaic County detective, and two City of Paterson copsall convicted for misconduct involving organized crime.
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