Luggage By Kroger

July 27, 2009 at 10:38 pm (Biographies, Suspense Novels, True Crime) (, , , )

5.0 out of 5 stars Not Learning from History only Repeats itself, April 16, 2009
Luggage by Kroger

Luggage By Kroger is probably one of the first true crime books I have read that I wanted to shake the writer. The reason because he continued with a known insane person after he was warned by others, after he knew what she was capable of and after he had seen it first hand.
Page after page I wanted to crawl in this book and take Gary Taylor by his shoulders and shake him until his teeth rattled. Then I wanted to take the Femme Fatal and throw her off a cliff somewhere.
Luggage by Kroger is an excellent read. Gary takes the reader not only into his personal hell, but he allows the reader to experience it along with him.
Catherine Mahaffey not only had the knowledge of her profession behind her, she had the knowledge of human nature especially those men who were caught up in an emotional upheaval in their life. She sucked them dry and then emotionally blackmailed them until they were mentally, physically and emotionally dead.
While reading this book – I was brought back again and again to the old adage “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.”
Catherine Mathaffey proved it over and over again as she continued to keep her claws of lust and hate in the skin and emotional mind of Gary Taylor.
Lessons can and should be learned from this book-
Yvonne Mason, Author

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