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  • Title: One Last Kiss: The Chilling True Story of a Cheating Husband Who Murdered His Wife and Children
  • Author: Michael W. Cuneo
  • ISBN: 9780312539726
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback

  • Ex Marine and bodyguard Chris Coleman was a family man with a secret He wanted to leave his wife and children for his mistress Unfortunately, the ministry he worked for had a no divorce policy So he made other plans.On May 5, 2009, Illinois police received a call from Coleman, who claimed he was unable to contact his family When police investigated, they found Coleman Ex Marine and bodyguard Chris Coleman was a family man with a secret He wanted to leave his wife and children for his mistress Unfortunately, the ministry he worked for had a no divorce policy So he made other plans.On May 5, 2009, Illinois police received a call from Coleman, who claimed he was unable to contact his family When police investigated, they found Coleman s wife and two sons strangled in bed Across the walls, spraypainted in red, were various obscenities the word punished among them Did this respected church man murder his family to be with his lover Or was something or someone else sinister afoot Police would eventually uncover two threatening letters sent to the Coleman home, and key testimony from Chris s mistress only complicated the criminal evidence Coleman s trial raged on along with a statewide debate over the death penalty and questions about his role in the murders remained unanswered His fate still hangs in the balance
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    Commentaires:

    K.A. Krisko
    Lots of details. Almost too many in certain areas - in the first part of the book, we're treated to a complete family history of each person who's introduced. In all but a few cases, these histories serve no further purpose in the book and thus could probably have been eliminated or shortened. On the other hand, the amount of detail the author uncovered is pretty astounding and adds a lot of authenticity. There's no real doubt about the conclusion; there are too many facts presented. The author [...]

    Maya Hollinshead
    Back in May, I was watching 48 Hours and saw this case. I promised myself if there was a book on it, I would read it. I found out the next day that the book was scheduled to be released in July. This case was so sad on so many levels. This was a very good true crime book. Lots of details about the victims and the accused, and not to bogged down on trial coverage. I hope the family of Sherri, Gavin and Garett find some peace.

    ♥ Marlene♥
    Bought this copy (Thanks Shauney xx) Another wish list book. yayFinished this morning. What a great read this was. Very well written and exiting. At one point I did start to think the author was quite biased towards Chris his family but reading further plus finding more info on the internet I learned there was ample reason to be so. What horrible people.These people are supposedly christians. Well to me THEY are bad. Lower of the low. So selfish and so controlling. I know there are tons of real [...]

    Mary
    Pretty good and informative book. Couple of times the author had what I believe were incorrect dates. He made a couple of references to Chris Coleman and Tara Lintz first connecting in November of 2009 when I believe it was November of 2008. Always wonder, does no one proof read these?

    Madeline Dahlman
    I haven't really read any of the mass-market type true crime books so I picked this up to see what the deal was.d it pretty much was everything I thought it would be. Very quick and kinda like reading an episode of 20/20. I'd probably read more of these if left to my own devices and wanting just a salacious story. The writing is journalistic but it fits the type of book and the story itself. I don't know if I can justify reviewing the story/book like I normally would because this isn't meant to [...]

    Valerity *
    Gruesome true story of a cheating husband, Chris Coleman, who killed his wife and two young sons after his girlfriend gave him a deadline for divorcing his wife. His job that the girlfriend liked so much, wouldn't allow him to divorce without being fired, but he wouldn't admit it to her, so he tried to pull off the perfect murder.

    Melanie Chabrol-
    give it a 10/5. a book i could not put down the front cover the back cover sold me welll written, HIS WIFE AND TWO SONS WERE FOUND DEAD. AND HE WAS FOUD GUILTY OF MURDER- IN COLD BLOOD. I hope to find his other book A NEED TO KILL. to see if it is anything like this one.

    Jen Morrison
    This story had me on the edge of my seat. I couldn't put it down, I needed to know if Sheri and the boys got justice. Book was very detailed, a few times I was left thinking How did the author know this? and why do I need to?

    Jeannie Tillery
    True story of a Pentecostal bodyguard for Joyce Meyer Ministries who killed his wife and two young sons in the most brutal way, by strangulation just so he could be with a woman in Florida who he'd been having an affair with.

    Christy
    Pretty good, learned some things I didn't know before. Worth reading of you followed the case.

    Kenyon
    The author describes women only in terms of their physical attractiveness. It got really annoying after about 20 pages.

    Beverly
    I thought this was a well written book with a good look into this whole horrific tragedy.

    Lisa
    I thought it was an easy read. I highly recommend it to anyone who followed the case.

    Rhonda
    I don't know that really liked it is an appropriate rating for this book considering the subject. That being said though, this book was a quick and interesting read. It was weird reading a book and knowing some of the people personally as we'll as knowing all the places that were referenced and reading someone else's description of them. I learned so much more about the Coleman murders from this book. There was a lot of information concerning Joyce Meyer that I hadn't heard before, some good and [...]

    Sammie Patton
    This book really was hard for me to put down. The entire story enraptured me so much I had to go online and look up videos pictures everything and anything I could find about the case; which drew my interest even more! I thought the style in which the author wrote was pretty good, some of the constant renaming of who people were was helpful at some times and confusing at others but over all amazing book and it was very well written. It depicted this horrific story well.

    Karen Jones
    I found this case morbidly fascinating when I watched it on 48 Hours. True crime author does a pretty good job here. I especially liked that he didn't go into details with the inevitable courtroom scenes. I only wish there was more about Sheri and Chris' early lives, only felt I was getting a snippet there.

    Joleen Devens
    rue crime. Chris Coleman murdered his wife and 2 children and then played the grieving husband. He was the head of security and body guard of Joyce Meyer, of Joyce Meyer Ministries. Her evangelical organization frowned on divorce. Coleman wanted to leave his wife for another woman and had to make plans to make this happen. Great book. I loved it, but then I am a true crime junkie.

    Jessica Trigueros
    Sad story but was written very well.Being from the same area as Chris this was such a shock to our small area. Mr. Cuneo write this story very well and made me as a reader feel the emotions of this sad story.

    Jill Bertrand
    A very good book. Even though this man is suspected of killing his family, it takes the reader through all of the evidence and paints a clear picture of premeditation. Another key part to this story is the connection he had with the famous Joyce Meyer Ministries.

    Sara
    The true story of Joyce Meyer's bodyguard who had an affair, and then killed his wife and children so that he could keep his job, which he would lose if he got a divorce.Crazy story, a real page turner. Very repetitive throughout.

    Janis Gilbert
    True story of a minister's bodyguard killing his wife and his two sons. He was a son of a minister from Chester, Ill. Chris Colman, the murderer, worked for a renowned Evangelist, Joyce Meyer, from St. Louis. It happened in 2009 in Columbia, Ill close to St. Louis.

    Cheryl A. Breidigan
    Read in one day.This was a well written and. Interesting book. Although I it was incredibly sad it provided insight into the depravity of Mr Coleman's mind.

    Karen
    Very disturbing that one can not only do these horrific things but think they can get away with it! One word: narcissistic

    Kim
    Chris Coleman was a cold blooded killer & his father is a pastor that bullies his flock. This was so sad that 3 people lost their lives because of Chris Coleman

    Mariann Wright
    Only read it because I knew the family. Not sure I agree with all of it. Hadn't I read it for that resason I may have liked it more

    Reena
    A well told account.

    Rochelle
    A great book

    Paula
    A great book about a terrible person. How could anyone do such a thing ?

    Beth Langley
    Very interesting story to me.

    Sharon
    Living in the town it happened and reading about it was an eerie feeling. I know a lot of the CPD officers involved in the case. Some of the things I already knew, but there was a whole that was new.

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