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“Remember the movie ‘Fatal Attraction’? And the movie 'Basic Instinct'? And the movie ‘Play Misty for Me’? Toss all three of those in a blender, hit frappe and stand back. What comes out would be Gary Taylor’s new book—‘Luggage By Kroger’”—author Randall Radic.

“A true crime memoir reminiscent of ‘Basic Instinct.’”—Reader Views online.

“A riveting true story that reads like a high-octane crime thriller.”—Midwest Book Review.

“This award-winning true crime gem is highly recommended for your reading list.”—True Crime Book Reviews.

Since its publication in December of 2008, Luggage By Kroger has been recognized as a top true crime thriller with honors from five different national book competitions. Here’s the scorecard:
•True Crime Silver Medal from the 2009 IPPYs
•True Crime Bronze Medal and Finalist for Book-of-the-Year from the 2008 ForeWord Magazine Book-of-the-Year Awards
•True Crime Runner-Up in the 2009 National Indie Excellence Awards
•True Crime Finalist in the 2009 USA Book News Awards
•General Nonfiction Runner-Up at the 2009 New York Book Festival
In this true crime memoir, former Houston Post reporter Gary Taylor recounts his true-life fatal attraction involvement in the trail of violence that has dogged Texas attorney Catherine Mehaffey Shelton for nearly three decades, prompting coverage by newspapers, TV, movies and even Oprah Winfrey. Now Taylor invites readers to grab a seat on the wild ride of an obsessive relationship: erotic beginning to violent end and the trials required to clean up the mess. The result is an adventure odyssey of self-discovery through an encounter that nearly cost him his life.

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Luggage By Kroger: A True Crime Memoir
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2 / 5
Luggage by Kroger
November 16th, 2013
Really just an autobiography by a journalist who meets the proverbial femme fatale. Won't spoil it so sufficeto say it is quite slow in places and you begin to wonder when something different might happen. Really only deserves two and a bit stars but definitely not three. Sorry Mr Taylor, but man with 2 ex wives and string of girlfriends is not riveting reading really. Title change might be advisable also as I was well into the book before I was able to see any correlation between the title and the contents,, butmaybe being non american might have something to do witth that as well.
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