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Dale Marlowe drifted from town to town, taking odd jobs when he ran out of money until he met Rachel Armstrong and fell in love for the first time in his life.
Shortly after they were married, Dale seemed to settle into a steady job and married life until his obsession raised its ugly head.
He went back to heavy drinking and soon Rachel and Dale were auguring almost non-stop.
Dale had had enough and went back to his drifting, but this time instead of taking odd jobs, he took people’s lives.
What ensued was a multi-state killing spree and not a single police force could track him down until he raped and killed the sister of a retired policeman and his brother.
Erv Meyers and his brother, Kramer, became as obsessed as the killer to find Marlowe and bring him to justice in one of the most elusive manhunts in criminal history.
The story is based on actual events.
In 1966, Scott turned down a contract with the Detroit Tigers to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming a published author by earning a degree at Ohio University. In 1996 with a lifelong dream of being a writer, Scott started writing short stories.
Within two years, he had four stories published. Since then, his first novel, All Those Years Ago, was published, Summer Heat, his fifth novel, was published in May 2012 and his most recent, The Mansfield Killings, based on a true story, was published in October 2012. To date, Scott has published 11 novels.
Now, Scott spends nearly all his time writing his next novel.