Author who wrote ‘How to Murder Your Husband’ charged for murdering husband

Romance novelist who wrote essay on 'How to Murder Your Husband' now accused of murdering her husband

Romance novelist who wrote essay on 'How to Murder Your Husband' now accused of murdering her husband

It is not immediately clear if Crampton-Brophy has an attorney.

The essay lists a number of motives that would drive a wife to kill her husband, including financial incentives, infidelity, and abusive behavior. She wrote that hiring a hit man was a bad idea, because they might "rat you out to the police", and ruled out poison because it was traceable.

"Divorce is expensive, and do you really want to split your possessions?" she wrote in her blog post, according to The Oregonian.

In a twist of irony so devious it would have turned Agatha Christie green with envy, OR chef Daniel Brophy was found shot to death almost seven years after his wife of 27 years penned an essay titled "How to Murder Your Husband".

The suspect's lawyer turned down news agency requests for comment.

The author has appeared in court, but police and prosecutors are yet to reveal the alleged motive.

"It's a big shock". "But we're not making any statements".

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A woman accused of gunning down her chef husband is a self-published romance writer who once penned an essay titled How to Murder Your Husband.

On June 2, 2018 Brophy was found shot in the kitchen area of the school by his horrified students. Police had no description of the suspect. My husband and best friend, Chef Dan Brophy was killed yesterday morning. "He loved teaching, he loved mushrooms, and he loved family", she said, according to the Portland Tribune. And he liked to lead groups of students on "experimental field trips" into the forests, perpetually hunting for new ingredients. There is a candle-light vigil at Oregon Culinary Institute tomorrow, Monday, June 4th at 7 pm. Crampton Brophy came, too.

"I said, are [the police] keeping in touch with you?"

"She never showed any signs of being upset or sad", McConnell said. Her next court appearance is scheduled for September 17.

A day after his death she took to Facebook to share an eerie post announcing his death and urging friends to refrain from calling her. She wrote she would not want to "worry about blood and brains splattered on the wall", or "remembering lies".

She wrote: "I find it is easier to wish people dead than to actually kill them".

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