SUN VALLEY, Nev. (PRWEB) December 02, 2015 -- In his debut publication, Warren R. Kemp revisits the gruesome past of the Woodman family. “Murder by the ½ dozen” (published by AuthorHouse) tells the true story of how two sons hired hit men to kill their parents all for their half million dollar insurance policy.
The fall of the Woodman family was orchestrated by Steven Homick. In a span of six months, the greed of two Woodman brothers led to a series of six murders. “Murder by the ½ dozen” sheds light on their horrific crimes and the Machiavellian machinations that claimed the lives of six members of the tight-knit Woodman family.
An excerpt from “Murder by the ½ Dozen” reads:
“You will find that one more trial in Los Angeles will have to be consummated before both are found guilty. A person is deemed innocent until a guilty verdict is brought in. Earlier I brought up many types of murderers. I feel Steve Homick belongs with this group. He was not a serial killer but his sickness was escalating. Heaven only knows how many more might have been struck down if he was not stopped.”
“Murder by the ½ dozen” is a cautionary tale of the cost of greed and a close look into a startling crime.
“Murder by the ½ dozen”
By Warren R. Kemp
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 202 pages | ISBN 9781477245439
E-Book | 202 pages | ISBN 9781477245422
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Warren R. Kemp worked for 22 years for Manchester Products. He lives and writes in Sun Valley.
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