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They were golden boys who killed with sudden savagery. The trial revealed a dark drama too evil to believe.

Handsome, rich, bronzed champion athletes, Erik and Lyle Menendez were the stunning symbols of the California dream. The sons of a high-powered Hollywood executive and his beautiful wife, they lived in a pampered world of Beverly Hills mansions, swimming pools, and private tennis coaches.

But the dream became a nightmare when police found the butchered bodies of the boys' parents, Jose and Kitty, in the family room of their five-million dollar mansion. Only days after the couple was laid to rest, the brothers began an appalling spending spree, buying Rolex watches, designer clothes and a new Porsche. Seven months later, all of Hollywood was stunned when the 18- and 21-year-old brothers were arrested for the horrendous killings.

In wrenching testimony, Lyle and Erik accused their father of sexually brutalizing then since they were children - claiming his sadistic acts of perversion and cruel violence drove them to their unspeakable crime.

Best-selling author Don Davis takes you inside one of the most riveting cases in California's history, laying to bare the shattering secrets of a tormented family.

©1994 Don Davis (P)2017 Graymalkin Media, LLC

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Not bad, but ends before the second trial<br />

Good story but you don't know the ending since they don't present the second trial.

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  • Carol
  • 11-21-17

Fascinating and Brilliantly Narrated

I knew this story but this book went behind the scenes and gave an objective insight into what was a tragic event.