Wicked Intentions: The Sheila LaBarre Murders -- A True

Wicked Intentions: The Sheila LaBarre Murders -- A True



10 thoughts on “Wicked Intentions: The Sheila LaBarre Murders -- A True Story

  1. Jenn Jenn says:

    I had never heard of this case Probably because it took place in a small town Barely big enough to house a Walmart aren’t they invading all sorts of small towns?? it certainly wasn’t large enough to house the likes of Sheila She was a complete and utter nut job and I still don’t know how she managed to have so many people marry her or become their dominatrix of sorts She is evil incarnated who has an unbelievable love for animals People in the other hand just don’t stick around for long


  2. Ms BookAholic Ms BookAholic says:

    I have to begin by saying that I loved this book based on how the author brought alive the killer Shelia as an evil wicked women The details of how evil she was throughout this book I have to say the author did a good job there The author well developed throughout thus book just how Shelia was crazy and wicked I found it to be a very disturbing book Shelia would pay on men who had disabilities or mental illnesses Which makes her even sick because she knew she could manipulate them however she pleased A very horrific true crime I only gave the book 3 stars because the author's writing seemed to be out of order and jumbled Which confuses you and you have to back track When I first started the book it was as if I was reading the ending and throughout the middle of the book it seemed as if I was reading the what should have been the beginning part of the bookThe events and the writing of the book was scattered But overall I really enjoyed the main part of the book which was wicked SheliaIt was a nice change up to read about a wicked killer women


  3. Lauren Lauren says:

    Blah much fictionalised than a true story should be There was flowery language all over the place It was almost vomit inducing and not in a gruesome horror story true crime sort of way Everything was all 'antiue green tractor' and 'tall maple trees suffocating the bright sunshine' prose It was vile The homicide didn't even occur until the fifth 'chapter' a word I use loosely because the 'chapters' were about 5 pages long Absolutely wretched Don't waste your time


  4. Bill reilly Bill reilly says:

    A New Hampshire farmhouse with over 100 acres of farmland is the setting for this crime A twenty something woman named Sheila Bailey had charmed her way into the life of chiropractor Wilfred LaBarre She answered a personal ad and became the 60 year old man's live in lover Sheila even changed her last name to LaBarre although they were never legally married The good doctor shuffled off this mortal coil and the young lady inherited the valuable property Flynn skips ahead to Kenneth Countie a 24 year old slow adult who had the bad luck of meeting Sheila via a dating service in 2006 His mother called the local police when he vanished for a few days The law had a nasty encounter with the volatile Sheila but at that point he was still alive Several weeks later the police were back at the house and a search uncovered blood stains It looked like a black widow scenario Only a few weeks earlier the police had responded to a call from Wal Mart where Sheila was confronting workers at the store over another customer bumping into her “husband” Ken She screamed a flurry of “f” bombs while threatening to sue Wal Mart Flynn jumps ahead to a police interview with Sheila regarding the charred remains and she explained that they were from pet rabbits Fire would make DNA analysis extremely difficult I t only gets stranger as Sheila hitches a ride with a complete stranger and they share a motel room for an intense sexual event A second man reported an almost identical experience the next day The woman was uite insatiable The police found her wandering around Massachusetts carrying marijuana and a whole lot of cash While Sheila was in police custody Flynn ventured to Alabama to investigate her childhood Her mom was uiet but dear old dad was a violent drunk Meanwhile bone fragments were determined to be from a male under thirty five Fire had destroyed the DNA but three teeth were submitted for further analysis 180 police officers spent two days combing the 100 plus acre property and the surrounding land Sheila then describes Sheila’s soap opera like life which included two short marriages and at least one smoldering affair with a married man She later married a Jamaican man while she was living on Dr LaBarre’s farm She remained beneficiary of doc’s estate; go figure The Rasta man survived a few physical assaults by Sheila and after a divorce moved back to Jamaica in one piece Two years after her arrest the black widow finally went to trial The jury had to consider whether or not Sheila was insane at the time of the murders Read the book for the verdict Although the author interviewed Sheila he does not get much information from the woman “Wicked Intentions” is only a passable crime story


  5. Ryen Gallagher Ryen Gallagher says:

    It was strange reading about a murder that took place in my home town My father who is a police officer in Epping was mentioned because he was one of the lead investigators Reading about my own father was kind of weird but it helped me better understand how fictionalized the book is from the real story My dad has told me stories of the murders and how they really took place other then they are told in the book It may have made the book better in some parts because the real story may have become slightly dry The author used very fluffy language which was not really what was said and he used details that were not real In perspective the story was horribly written because it jumped back and forth several times Despite this it got me hooked after reading the first page I could not put it down It is one of those books that you stay up all night to read This book was a uick read for me and was extremely interesting If you are able to get past the jumping back and forth this is a great story and it is worth your time This is a book I would recommend to my friends even if it's fictionalized


  6. Ali Ali says:

    Giving this book two stars only because it's a fairly interesting pulpy true crime story; it is however very poorly told It's difficult to believe the author has multiple awards to his name as his writing is shockingly amateurish Repetitive ultimately uninformative the narrative jumps around in time and place and tells what little story there is in laughably awkward purple prose seriously I haven't seen the word wicked used this much since reading fairy tales to my children


  7. Allison Herman Allison Herman says:

    The true story of Sheils LaBarre a woman who tortured and killed unsuspecting men for sport The book was a real page turner even if the writing wasn't the best There was a bit of jumping back and forth in time But on the whole I devoured this book pretty uickly Good for those who enjoy true crime


  8. Brandy Brandy says:

    Wow What a book I was drawn in with the first sentence and couldn't put it down until I was finished I wasn't real happy with the back and forth way he writes because it leads to certain facts being repeated numerous times but overall it was a fascinating book Very intriguing and very interesting I enjoyed it


  9. Rita Rita says:

    This is a very uniue style of writing from the investigative journalist Kevin FlynnHis attention to detail is awesome and reflects his perceptions of the past presentand future This is a MUST READ book and hope he will write anothe true crimeA five star book without a doubt


  10. Martin Coetsee Martin Coetsee says:

    Great story poorly writtenI bought the book based on a brilliant podcast I listen to Sword and scale Unbelievable story that actually happened but the writer really struggles to put it together Should have looked for a video documentary rather


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Wicked Intentions: The Sheila LaBarre Murders -- A True Story ➽ [Reading] ➿ Wicked Intentions: The Sheila LaBarre Murders -- A True Story By Kevin Flynn ➲ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk A beautiful woman in her forties Sheila LaBarre had no problem attracting men She preferred her lovers to be young and submissive Once she gained a man’s trust she would invite him to live with her A beautiful woman in her forties Sheila LaBarre The Sheila ePUB ´ had no problem attracting men She preferred her lovers to be young and submissive Once she gained a man’s trust she would invite him to live with her at her secluded New Hampshire Wicked Intentions: ePUB ´ farm where she could play out her dark twisted games of abuse torture and revenge Many of her lovers were never seen again  But when police discovered a human bone protruding from a smoking burn pit on Sheila’s property the whole world Intentions: The Sheila Epub á learned the shocking truth behind this seductive woman’s wicked intentions.

10 thoughts on “Wicked Intentions: The Sheila LaBarre Murders -- A True Story

  1. Jenn Jenn says:

    I had never heard of this case Probably because it took place in a small town Barely big enough to house a Walmart aren’t they invading all sorts of small towns?? it certainly wasn’t large enough to house the likes of Sheila She was a complete and utter nut job and I still don’t know how she managed to have so many people marry her or become their dominatrix of sorts She is evil incarnated who has an unbelievable love for animals People in the other hand just don’t stick around for long

  2. Ms BookAholic Ms BookAholic says:

    I have to begin by saying that I loved this book based on how the author brought alive the killer Shelia as an evil wicked women The details of how evil she was throughout this book I have to say the author did a good job there The author well developed throughout thus book just how Shelia was crazy and wicked I found it to be a very disturbing book Shelia would pay on men who had disabilities or mental illnesses Which makes her even sick because she knew she could manipulate them however she pleased A very horrific true crime I only gave the book 3 stars because the author's writing seemed to be out of order and jumbled Which confuses you and you have to back track When I first started the book it was as if I was reading the ending and throughout the middle of the book it seemed as if I was reading the what should have been the beginning part of the bookThe events and the writing of the book was scattered But overall I really enjoyed the main part of the book which was wicked SheliaIt was a nice change up to read about a wicked killer women

  3. Lauren Lauren says:

    Blah much fictionalised than a true story should be There was flowery language all over the place It was almost vomit inducing and not in a gruesome horror story true crime sort of way Everything was all 'antiue green tractor' and 'tall maple trees suffocating the bright sunshine' prose It was vile The homicide didn't even occur until the fifth 'chapter' a word I use loosely because the 'chapters' were about 5 pages long Absolutely wretched Don't waste your time

  4. Bill reilly Bill reilly says:

    A New Hampshire farmhouse with over 100 acres of farmland is the setting for this crime A twenty something woman named Sheila Bailey had charmed her way into the life of chiropractor Wilfred LaBarre She answered a personal ad and became the 60 year old man's live in lover Sheila even changed her last name to LaBarre although they were never legally married The good doctor shuffled off this mortal coil and the young lady inherited the valuable property Flynn skips ahead to Kenneth Countie a 24 year old slow adult who had the bad luck of meeting Sheila via a dating service in 2006 His mother called the local police when he vanished for a few days The law had a nasty encounter with the volatile Sheila but at that point he was still alive Several weeks later the police were back at the house and a search uncovered blood stains It looked like a black widow scenario Only a few weeks earlier the police had responded to a call from Wal Mart where Sheila was confronting workers at the store over another customer bumping into her “husband” Ken She screamed a flurry of “f” bombs while threatening to sue Wal Mart Flynn jumps ahead to a police interview with Sheila regarding the charred remains and she explained that they were from pet rabbits Fire would make DNA analysis extremely difficult I t only gets stranger as Sheila hitches a ride with a complete stranger and they share a motel room for an intense sexual event A second man reported an almost identical experience the next day The woman was uite insatiable The police found her wandering around Massachusetts carrying marijuana and a whole lot of cash While Sheila was in police custody Flynn ventured to Alabama to investigate her childhood Her mom was uiet but dear old dad was a violent drunk Meanwhile bone fragments were determined to be from a male under thirty five Fire had destroyed the DNA but three teeth were submitted for further analysis 180 police officers spent two days combing the 100 plus acre property and the surrounding land Sheila then describes Sheila’s soap opera like life which included two short marriages and at least one smoldering affair with a married man She later married a Jamaican man while she was living on Dr LaBarre’s farm She remained beneficiary of doc’s estate; go figure The Rasta man survived a few physical assaults by Sheila and after a divorce moved back to Jamaica in one piece Two years after her arrest the black widow finally went to trial The jury had to consider whether or not Sheila was insane at the time of the murders Read the book for the verdict Although the author interviewed Sheila he does not get much information from the woman “Wicked Intentions” is only a passable crime story

  5. Ryen Gallagher Ryen Gallagher says:

    It was strange reading about a murder that took place in my home town My father who is a police officer in Epping was mentioned because he was one of the lead investigators Reading about my own father was kind of weird but it helped me better understand how fictionalized the book is from the real story My dad has told me stories of the murders and how they really took place other then they are told in the book It may have made the book better in some parts because the real story may have become slightly dry The author used very fluffy language which was not really what was said and he used details that were not real In perspective the story was horribly written because it jumped back and forth several times Despite this it got me hooked after reading the first page I could not put it down It is one of those books that you stay up all night to read This book was a uick read for me and was extremely interesting If you are able to get past the jumping back and forth this is a great story and it is worth your time This is a book I would recommend to my friends even if it's fictionalized

  6. Ali Ali says:

    Giving this book two stars only because it's a fairly interesting pulpy true crime story; it is however very poorly told It's difficult to believe the author has multiple awards to his name as his writing is shockingly amateurish Repetitive ultimately uninformative the narrative jumps around in time and place and tells what little story there is in laughably awkward purple prose seriously I haven't seen the word wicked used this much since reading fairy tales to my children

  7. Allison Herman Allison Herman says:

    The true story of Sheils LaBarre a woman who tortured and killed unsuspecting men for sport The book was a real page turner even if the writing wasn't the best There was a bit of jumping back and forth in time But on the whole I devoured this book pretty uickly Good for those who enjoy true crime

  8. Brandy Brandy says:

    Wow What a book I was drawn in with the first sentence and couldn't put it down until I was finished I wasn't real happy with the back and forth way he writes because it leads to certain facts being repeated numerous times but overall it was a fascinating book Very intriguing and very interesting I enjoyed it

  9. Rita Rita says:

    This is a very uniue style of writing from the investigative journalist Kevin FlynnHis attention to detail is awesome and reflects his perceptions of the past presentand future This is a MUST READ book and hope he will write anothe true crimeA five star book without a doubt

  10. Martin Coetsee Martin Coetsee says:

    Great story poorly writtenI bought the book based on a brilliant podcast I listen to Sword and scale Unbelievable story that actually happened but the writer really struggles to put it together Should have looked for a video documentary rather

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