A Killer in My House: The Darlie Routier Story

Read [David Kennedy Book] ^ A Killer in My House: The Darlie Routier Story Online # PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free. A Killer in My House: The Darlie Routier Story Wonderful Book about the highly debated Darlie Routier case rkrystofolski Wonderful Book! The author gives VERY detailed accounts of the case against Darlie Lynn Routier, from the night her sons, 6 year old Devon Rush Routier and 5 year old Damon Christian Routier were stabbed to death (her husband Darin and youngest son, 8 month old Drake Anthony Routier were sleeping upstairs in the master bedroom and were unhurt), all the way through her. Save your money Very boring. Repeats same inormation o

A Killer in My House: The Darlie Routier Story

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Rating : 4.41 (860 Votes)
Asin : 1539054578
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 566 Pages
Publish Date : 2016-05-20
Language : English

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In the early morning hours of June 6th, 1996 residents slept peacefully in their beds as the moon hung over the quiet neighborhood of Dalrock Heights Addition, in the small town of Rowlett Texas. From a loving wife and mother of three young boys, to inmate #999220 on Texas death row, we will look at the evidence, the witnesses and the testimony to find the truth in the Darlie Routier murder trial. Darlie Routier, a 26-year-old wife and mother of three young boys, reported that a knife-wielding intruder had broken into her house, attacking her and her two of her young sons. At 2:30 a.m., a 9

Wonderful Book about the highly debated Darlie Routier case rkrystofolski Wonderful Book! The author gives VERY detailed accounts of the case against Darlie Lynn Routier, from the night her sons, 6 year old Devon Rush Routier and 5 year old Damon Christian Routier were stabbed to death (her husband Darin and youngest son, 8 month old Drake Anthony Routier were sleeping upstairs in the master bedroom and were unhurt), all the way through her. Save your money Very boring. Repeats same inormation over and over in every chapter.The writer of this book obviously thinks the family is guilty and this made me question how slanted the information is.

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