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    Corey Mitchell
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    078602013X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0786020133
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    Pinnacle; 1 edition (June 1, 2010)
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Corey Mitchell wrote several bestselling true crime books including Hollywood Death Scenes, Dead and Buried, Evil Eyes, Savage Son, Strangler, Murdered Innocence, and Pure Murder. It was a night of celebration for the Whitaker family. Their son Bart was graduating from college. But when Bart’s brother Kevin opened the door to their house.

He knew that Detective Marshall Slot was going to be coming after him any day, and he had to be prepared. Of course, he was ready. Of course, he was ready wntown restaurant. The two men had been workplace acquaintances ever since Bart took a job there in late January. Over the next few months, Bart began to open up to Rios and tell him about what had happened to his mother and brother. The media’s version of the events, that is. He told Rudy that he believed he was the main suspect, and that the police would be after him any da. .

In Savage Son, Los Angeles Times–bestselling author Corey Mitchell takes us inside this chilling murder case to reveal the twisted motives of a seemingly All-American boy-next-door who turned into a cold-blooded killer. No one faces evil head-on like Corey Mitchell. Thriller & Crime True Crime.

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It was a night of celebration for the Whitaker family. Their son Bart was graduating from college

It was a night of celebration for the Whitaker family. But when Bart's brother Kevin opened the door to their house, a masked intruder shot him point blank. His mother took the next bullet, followed by Mr. Whitaker and Bart.

Savage Son. A Horrific Execution. It was a night of celebration for the Whitaker family

Savage Son.

A Horrific Execution. I was unhappy at the end to find out the author of this book Corey Mitchell passed away. The son got what he deserved, I hope he is never ever released. What a heartless person. It was a night of celebration for the Whitaker. By Corey Mitchell. The name Sugar Land, Texas may conjure images of candy and Princess Frostine, but this Lone Star town is actually the site of a disturbing 2001 family massacre. On a night meant for celebration, a hired hitman put an end to the Whitmans’ fun by shooting them inside their home-including the guest of honor, recent college graduate Bart. Unbeknownst to everyone, Bart had not only lied about getting his degree but had also orchestrated the murders in an attempt to inherit the family estate.

A Horrific Execution. . .It was a night of celebration for the Whitaker family. Their son Bart was graduating from college. But when Bart's brother Kevin opened the door to their house, a masked intruder shot him point blank. His mother took the next bullet, followed by Mr. Whitaker and Bart. Blood was everywhere, but somehow Bart and his father survived. . . A Sordid Double Life. . .To the cops the story didn't add up, and their investigation discovered a stunning web of lies. Bart was living a double life. He hadn't been enrolled in college since his freshman year. Instead of attending classes, he'd spent his days playing video games with his friends--while planning to murder his family to inherit their million-dollar estate. . .A Heartless Murderer. . .Now bestselling author Corey Mitchell takes us inside this chilling murder case to reveal the twisted motives of a seemingly All-American-Boy-Next Door who turned into a cold-blooded killer now residing on Death Row. . .

Xcorn
Frightening look into the depth of a sociopath -- to plan the murders of his entire family -- mother, father & brother and go through with it! Twice! DON'T READ THIS FURTHER IF YOU PLAN TO READ THE BOOK: he plans his father's murder three times and he still forgives him?? To me his father and uncle just cannot fathom the depth of murder in this boy (because they don't this in them). How do people become sociopaths? Are they born missing feelings of compassion and love or is it some chemical they are lacking or does some kind of incident in childhood trigger this? There should some way to identify such individuals as early as possible and treatment provided to avoid them using others like objects for their benefit because if death of others benefits them in any way, they appear to think nothing of doing it.
The details are well documented -- as are the court records -- a very tragic story that shouldn't have happened -- there here major hints that he was going to do this -- but the savage in Bart couldn't seen by the wonderful family he had -- it's beyond comprehension that someone you love so much would be capable of lying to you on a major scale, pretending to love you, and then killing you -- in this case for some money.
Risa
This is a tragic story indeed! As the mother of four sons it is almost too tragic to believe. How does a son get to the point in life where he wants his mom, dad and younger brother murdered? And how does he possibly find other young men to go along with his diabolical plan? What kind of world do we live in that something this heinous could really happen??
As horrible as the story is I think the author did a great job telling it! It is one of those books that I couldn't put down except to recharge my Kindle. It kept my attention throughout with the exception of a part of the trial that I had to skim. I would highly recommend it to any true crime reader. Great book!
Kelerius
unbelievable

how can someone be so cruel?

I loved the writing, it was non-stop wow

really this book left me speechless

I was unhappy at the end to find out the author of this book Corey Mitchell passed away.

The son got what he deserved, I hope he is never ever released. What a heartless person. He had the whole world all he had to do is go to college, how hard is that? He had a loving family, nice condo, great vehicle, money....how is your life now???

Cherie'
Talrajas
I want to say that Corey Mitchell is one of my favorite true crime writers. While the books he writes are about horrible crimes that way he writes them is amazing. They do not read like nonfiction, they read like a really good novel. He gives his readers amazing background on all of those involved and tries to figure out what or where things went wrong.

In SAVAGE SON he succeeds again. I read this book as usual shaking my head and thinking WTF? This Bart Whitaker had it all, successful parents, privledged childhood, basically wanting for nothing and yet he still wants his parents dead so he can have the insurance money! Can you say GREEDY PIG? Usually I can reach really deep and find a shred of sympathy for these murderers but this guy, NO WAY. The only thing I can give him is he has to have a screw loose from birth.

Again I think why didn't anyone say anything when he was going around telling anyone that would listen that he wanted to kill his parents? Yes, one young girl did, she took the proper steps, called the police but like usual nothing came of it. He found some idiots to help him carry this plan out and never felt any remorse. After all, he didn't pull the trigger!!! The fact that his father forgave him for killing his wife and son is an amazing thing and he is a better person than I am. I would let him fry!

I always feel like a weirdo saying that a true crime book was great but Corey Mitchell's are. It's not the crime that makes it so good it's what the author does with the crime when he writes the story. Mr. MItchell has a gift for taking you to the scene and showing you everything. If you have not read his books, read them.
Delagamand
for words when it comes to describing the impact this story made in my heart and the logical part of my brain; psyche. The author created a visual, nearly edge of the seat reality, as though the reader was there every step of the way. To be lauded on such a difficult subject. How can one read this and fault a father for his forgiveness, or the author for broaching the subject, is beyond my comprehension. Who can say what they would do in similar circumstances, as in how could Kent not know his son for example. Hindsight is 20/20 after all. Love this style of writing, glad to hear you will forge ahead, illuminating other lives under unfortunate circumstances. And no, it's not blood money. Great work of writing, it's truly an art.
Black_Hawk_Down
This is a book that definitely stirs the heart strings of anyone that would read it. I had already watched a documentary on this story and it is beyond anyone's ability to think that a boy so loved by his family could claim to hate them so much, he would plan to have them killed so savagely. And in the end to say he believed and trusted God and still talked and acted just the opposite. His father's forgiveness is remarkable in itself and yet, in a mother's eyes, would I do the same thing? I think I might do just that as hard as it is to think how rational would I be at the time.
Jogas
Kudos to Corey Mitchell for writing about this tragedy in Texas. What is so disturbing outside of the senseless killing of this family is the repercussions and backlash that this book caused the writer among his peers. Mr. Mitchell's is the only version that I choose to read and hope that his literary friends (or not) realize how irrational they were and are. I appreciate his frank perspective on this story and the hope that the father and surviving family have for redemption of this narcissistic son.
A very good book. The author's style is interesting and engaging. He is able to supply good information on such a style that keeps the reader from losing interest. I think this is one of the best true crime books I have ever read.