To Hatred Turned, Ken Englade
Ken Englade

To Hatred Turned

“Englade (Beyond Reason) here treats a complex Dallas murder case with a master’s touch . . . [A] web of blackmail and hired killers” (Publishers Weekly).
Reporter Ken Englade explores the complex case of Rozanne Gailiunas, a woman in Texas who, in 1983, was the victim of a grisly, unsolved murder. Her married boyfriend, Larry Aylor, was questioned, but there wasn’t enough evidence to tie him to the crime. It looked like this murder would go unsolved.
Then, in 1988, an unexpected source tipped police off and set in motion a twisted story of family betrayal and murder-for-hire. Englade brings every shocking detail to light in unraveling this complex tale, weaving together a spellbinding narrative of a family willing to kill to get what it wants, and a trial that brought them to justice.
390 printed pages
Original publication


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