When Evil Rules Vengeance and Murder on Cape Cod The Cape Cod beach town of Falmouth seemed like a lovely place to visit But those who lived there year round knew its other darker side Local businessman and infamous bully Melvin Reine had started s

  • Title: When Evil Rules: Vengeance and Murder on Cape Cod
  • Author: Michele R. McPhee
  • ISBN: 9780312947750
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Cape Cod beach town of Falmouth seemed like a lovely place to visit But those who lived there year round knew its other, darker side Local businessman and infamous bully Melvin Reine had started setting the homes of his so called enemies on fire Few of his victims or even the police ever dared to implicate him Because those who did would pay the price Mysterious evThe Cape Cod beach town of Falmouth seemed like a lovely place to visit But those who lived there year round knew its other, darker side Local businessman and infamous bully Melvin Reine had started setting the homes of his so called enemies on fire Few of his victims or even the police ever dared to implicate him Because those who did would pay the price Mysterious events kept creeping up in Falmouth The disappearance of Melvin s wife, a dead man found in a cranberry bog, a teenager slated to testify against Melvin who boarded a ferry, never to be seen again was Melvin somehow responsible Only one police officer, John Busby, had the guts to press him for answers One day he found himself on the wrong end of a sawed off shotgun but managed to survive the attack This is the shocking true story about what can happen to an all American town WHEN EVIL RULES.

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    282 thoughts on “When Evil Rules: Vengeance and Murder on Cape Cod”

    1. This is one of the most poorly written books I have ever read. It was disjointed and disorganized. In one section, the author goes off on a ten-page tangent about several other famous murders.I'm very disappointed, as the subject matter itself could have been turned into a fascinating read by a competent writer.


    2. I rarely read true crime books, but the events in this one took place in my hometown (I remember them well ) and it adds details to a lot of what happened in the book The Year We Disappeared by John and Cylin Busby. While I was facinated by the Busby's book, I wasn't all that taken with this one. Perhaps someone new to the events taking place would find them interesting, but for me it was sort of the same-old, same-old. There was no new information in the book. My main gripe, though, was the qua [...]


    3. I could only force myself to read half of this book. It just did not flow or grab my attention, which is saying a lot since the subject matter is a true and interesting account. I do not usually give up on a book, but my time is too valuable.


    4. I thought this was a well written book. It was interesting and unnerving to read how one man managed to control an entire town. He was a bully when he was young and was allowed to get away with things, which continued throughout his life. The things he did were terrible, though he wasn't convicted of almost any of them. I'm not sure whether or not he went crazy or just pretended to, but as long as he stays in the mental hospital, he will never have to answer for his crimes.It was interesting to [...]


    5. I wasn't expecting the book to be written like a news report or documentary, but now that I know the author is a crime reporter it makes sense. The content was fascinating, but the delivery fell short. Information was repeated multiple times and she couldn't decide if the boys were 4/5 or 6/7 when their mother disappeared. The story was awkwardly fractured, but thorough. If I didn't live on Cape Cod I may not have stuck with it. I would love to see David Grann take on this story.


    6. The only good chapters where 12-14, I couldn't finish this book. The author could have organized the chapters better and there were reparative writings as well. You will one thing in one chApter and a couple chapters later the writer would announce it again, it seems the forgot what she wrote done sometimes.


    7. Having grown up in Falmouth, Cape Cod, I was quite familiar with the events depicted in this book. Although there were a couple of nuances, the writing was quite poor. I remember thinking, 'Did this really get by the Editor?' Improper grammar, fragmented/disjointed sentences and an apparent attempt at staying objective combined to make this a tiresome read.


    8. I have always enjoyed true crime but this was all over the place. The book was filled with tales of other crimes that happened in the area, it was only 200 pages you would think more facts about this family that terrorized this town could have been written about.


    9. I can't believe this guy had so much control over a town and got away with murder not once but many times.




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