Twisted Triangle by Caitlin Rother; John Hess; Patricia Cornwell

cover of the book Twisted TriangleTwisted Triangle by Caitlin Rother; John Hess; Patricia Cornwell
Genre: Biography; Crime
Copyright Year: 2008
Published: 2008
Publisher: Jossey-Bass
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Format: Hardcover
Type: Electronic & Audio Format Available
No. of Pages: 304
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ISBN: 787995851
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From the Inside Flap Twisted Triangle Twisted Triangle tells the compelling true story of Margo Bennett, a married FBI agent whose jealous, vengeful husband, Gene Bennett, a former undercover FBI agent, kidnapped and attempted to murder her after she had? a secret love affair with best-selling crime novelist Patricia Cornwell. This series of bizarre events caused a sensation when it made national news a decade ago, but the whole incredible story has never before been told. Only now have Margo Bennett, her friends, and family granted investigative journalist Caitlin Rother exclusive access to personal interviews, previously sealed court records, diaries, letters, and other formerly confidential material. The book details the crazy dynamics of Margo and Gene Bennett’s marriage and family, the rise and fall of their FBI careers, and Margo’s clandestine lesbian affair with celebrity author Patricia Cornwell. Stranger than fiction, this story describes the makings of Gene’s complex plan, his insanity defense, and the trial that ultimately vindicated Margo and sent Gene to prison, where he remains today. Margo Bennett lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she is a captain of the University of California, Berkeley, campus police department. Gene Bennett is incarcerated in Virginia, not far from the Washington DC area, where the events of this fascinating true crime narrative took place.
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