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Zero at the Bone

Zero at the Bone From Publishers WeeklyThe story of Ronald Gene Simmons and his psychotic rampage which in left family members in a mass grave behind their trailer home is presented here in detail When his m

  • Title: Zero at the Bone
  • Author: Bryce Marshall Paul Williams
  • ISBN: 9780671685119
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From Publishers WeeklyThe story of Ronald Gene Simmons and his psychotic rampage, which in 1987 left 14 family members in a mass grave behind their trailer home, is presented here in detail When his military days were over, Simmons, a former Air Force sergeant, began a torturous series of acts of violence and humiliation against his family While a fierce presence to hisFrom Publishers WeeklyThe story of Ronald Gene Simmons and his psychotic rampage, which in 1987 left 14 family members in a mass grave behind their trailer home, is presented here in detail When his military days were over, Simmons, a former Air Force sergeant, began a torturous series of acts of violence and humiliation against his family While a fierce presence to his wife, Becky, and six of their seven children, he became exceptionally tender with his favorite daughter, Sheila, and forced her into an incestuous relationship that culminated in the birth of a child Simmons went through a series of menial jobs and, after several moves, finally settled his family in the foothills of the Ozarks But faced with growing frustration of his need for control, along with his daughter s rejection of him and marriage to another man, which he claimed had ruined his plans to have a happy life alone with her, he prepared the ritual killing of all those who had made his dream unworkable While for the most part, Williams Tankwar and Marshall, a journalist, tell the story convincingly, they fail when they attempt to re create and explain Simmons s thought processes.Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.From Library Journal

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    1. *****SPOILER ALERT*****If you like true crime, this one may still be hard to stomach, this guy is one of the most vile human beings in US history. He murdered 14 of his family members, including at least 8 children including, his daughter whom he raped and had a child with (also killed) THEN went on a hunt of 4 people that had wronged him (in his eyes) from former jobs, killing 2 of them. i wanted this pile of garbage to get the death penelty badly until i read thats what he wanted, to "stop the [...]

    2. This true crime nonfiction piece rises above the tabloid level that usually characterizes the genre. It's not just that the story is absolutely friggin' astonishing, but that the analysis of the perpetrator, control-freak extraordinaire Gene Simmons (needless to say, not the Kiss bassist), is actually insightful and enlightening, rather than tawdry and dopey (see Albert Goldman if you need tawdry and dopey, he's a cornucopia of both). Roughly, what we have here, is a deeply disturbed individual, [...]

    3. I was appalled by the sheer cunning and twisted abandon with which Gene Simmons controlled and ultimately killed his family. As far as recommending it as "good reading material", I'm on the fence simply because this kind of true story isn't for everyone. That being said, if you're a true crime story buff it's for you. If you're not and you're simply curious about this guy, I suggest treading softly because some of it is utterly repulsive. The story is well written and seems to contain as many of [...]

    4. The author of this book has a nice way of using the English language. I found myself interested in his sentence structure and style. The story itself is horrid, a mass murder of almost an entire family. I do not like reading a book that is so suspenseful I am more eager to find out "what happens" than to enjoy the words and story, and this book fit my expectations in that way. Honestly, I read the book as I am writing a true crime story and wanted to see his methods. It was helpful, but otherwis [...]

    5. The authors went to a lot of trouble to collect all the information they've put into this book, I give them credit for that, but I found myself skipping over pages, even whole chapters. There's only so much knowledge my brain could handle about this creep who killed all his family members. He even got what he wanted in the end, his own death. His whole life was played out on his own terms. That almost seems more despicable than the killings. There's no getting around this rotten ending.

    6. As with all of these that I've read with disgusted awe and fascination, it gives a clue into the mind of madmen. However, like others before, it also leaves you wondering what creates the monsters that they ultimately become. This particular account isn't just about a serial killer, it's a glimpse into pure evil.

    7. This novel by Bryce Marshall and Paul Williams kept me captivated from Page 1, I couldn't put it down. It is a true story but it is so well laid out that it keeps the reader's interest. I would highly recommend it!

    8. Dreadful story of a miserable family finally killed off by the twisted paterfamilias. This book really gets into the family dynamics, which couldn't have been easy because there was nobody left to interview.

    9. highly disturbing and I'm not sure why this true crime case has not been more widely discussed. Perhaps it's too unthinkable: sadistic father impregnates his oldest daughter, then later kills 14 members of his own family along with a couple of others.

    10. I was living out of state when this happened, so I thought I would read the book to see just what happened. It was about a very disturbed man and his control over his family. It was not an easy read. I'm glad he's gone, I just wish his family would have been able to get away.

    11. With all the true crime I read and watch I am surprised I have never heard this awful story before. What a sickening, deranged man. What a horrific tale of torture and murder.

    12. I remember when this happened. I lived not to far from where it took place. I enjoyed the book. A very disturbed man. Such a tragedy.

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