Fatal Charm: The Shocking True Story of Serial Wife Killer Randy Roth

Fatal Charm The Shocking True Story of Serial Wife Killer Randy Roth Smith a prize winning reporter for The Seattle Times was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in investigative reporting for his coverage of the Green River Killer case Now he reveals the shocking true

  • Title: Fatal Charm: The Shocking True Story of Serial Wife Killer Randy Roth
  • Author: Carlton Smith
  • ISBN: 9780451404169
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Paperback
  • Smith, a prize winning reporter for The Seattle Times, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in investigative reporting for his coverage of the Green River Killer case Now he reveals the shocking true story of serial wife killer Randy Roth, the alluring, handsome man who was caught after his fourth wife accidentally drowned Photos.

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    1. True life story of a serial murderer and insurance fraud perpetrater Randy Roth. An awful story of an awful person. One who only saw other people as the means to an end. An end that meant money in his pocket. He ripped off insurance and also tried to rip off the government. He had no conscience and that did him in in the end.

    2. Wow! If Randy was the main character in a book of fiction, I would say that the author made him out to be pure evil and needed to dial it back a bit. But the fact that this was a true story, made it even scarier. Let me just say right up front, that my charm-dar is on high alert when the dater has to over do with the flowers and just being tooooo over the top pleasing and accommodating. I have my husband well aware of this fact and he is even reluctant to bring in cut roses from the garden. Actu [...]

    3. from :Randy Roth was handsome, hardworking, kind, and in top physical shape. But for all his charm and good looks, he was seemingly cursed with the ladies. His first marriage ended in divorce before the couple’s fifth anniversary; his second wife plunged to her death during a hike; and his third wife left him after less than five months.But when Roth’s fourth wife, Cynthia, drowned in an apparent speedboating accident in Washington State’s Lake Sammamish just weeks after their first annive [...]

    4. OkInteresting story about a serial wife murderer who is a despicable and evil degenerate, but the book was a bit too long, repeating some things over and over. If the author had shortened the story, and minimized the repeated story telling, it would have been a more enjoyable read. It is scary to know that we have such vapid evil living in people who appear to be human, but are just shells of a person, but able to mimicking human beings, while planning to do us tremendous harm.

    5. BlyreplyThe author shows no sympathy for Roth (despite his miserable childhood), nor should he. I do, however, feel that Smith's book gives us a fascinating account of the legal system and of the skilled maneuvering of both the defense and prosecution as used in this case. It is particularly interesting to see how Smith defines (and then shows us how varying interpretations are used to confuse) such terms as "prior bad acts rules," "rules of evidence," "prejudicial testimony," and "modus operand [...]

    6. Well written, easy to read, sad story, but intriguing. Crazy to me that this guy was dumb enough to try this over and over, yet it took a long time to lock him up. Tragic story for the family's of his victims. Recommended to anyone that enjoys true crime stories, lots of detailed research compiled by detectives lead to the circumstantial evidence needed to take this guy out of society.

    7. True Crime StoryThe author is one of the best true crime writers. This book is interesting. It tells the story of a man, married four times, who was convicted of killing two of them. The conviction was gained by a careful and complete case made by the detectives.

    8. MehThe writing started out horrendously monotone, but slowly improved as the author found a groove. The story was interesting, but there were so many copy-editing errors, it made it a bit hard to follow ( references to quotes that weren't actually included and such).

    9. Crime to courtThis is everything I love about true crime. A detailed depiction of the crime was presented then the criminal proceedings were summarized in an entertaining way. If you like true crime with procedural details you will enjoy this book.

    10. Second time just as compelling. Read the book a few years ago and thought it was excellent. Very well written and held my interest. Would recommend.

    11. Great book Great book, it flowed right along. It held my interest and very informative. Hard to believe what a scumbag Mr. Roth is. Hope the Loser Rots in prison

    12. FATAL CHARMExcellent writing. Great police investigating records.Wonderful courtroom drama. Story is true, ATTEST to what greed do to destroy someone

    13. An interesting true crime story. Reminds you of how often people do horrible things to each other when they seem so normal on the outside.

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