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Deacon Of Death by Fred Rosen

Deacon Of Death

by Fred Rosen

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On Thursday, April 05, 2007 I wrote about this book:

7 out of 10
I was not expecting much out of this book because of the not so great reviews on amazon. 3.5 stars, but I must say it was not that bad.
Just a reasonable true crime book. Not the best and definitely not the worst.

a 7 star out of 10 book.
Finished reading last night April 4 ( )
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When a devilish deacon's secrets are discovered, it's revealed that a man who was holier than thou was also guilty as sin. By day, Sam Smithers was the deacon of his Baptist church in Plant City, Florida. A respected neighbor to many and considered a true pillar of his community, Smithers was a devoted family man. But after the sun set, he became something else: a violent attacker of prostitutes - and a killer. Smithers's twisted double life came to light when a local woman who had hired him to take care of her property found him surrounded by a puddle of blood in her garage, cleaning an axe. Through exclusive interviews with Smithers's wife, who described her spouse as nothing but a doting husband and father, author Fred Rosen learned why this man of God would be the last person anyone would suspect of committing these savage crimes.… (more)

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