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  • Rod Kackley

The Murder of Vera Lotito, A Shocking True Crime Story





Journey into the heart of post-war New York, where the union of Robert and Vera Lotito turns from wedded bliss to a haunting crime scene in "The Murder of Vera Lotito." In this spellbinding true crime narrative, author Rod Kackley guides readers through a labyrinth of love gone awry, betrayal, and a brutality that echoes through the city's darkest corners.


March 1948, a time of renewal and promise, takes a sinister turn for Robert Lotito.


What should have been a routine afternoon unravels into a nightmare when he discovers his wife, Vera, lying lifeless in their apartment. The crime scene is a tableau of horror – Vera's life extinguished, bound, gagged, and garroted with Robert's own neckties. A crime so passionate and vengeful that it leaves the city's medical examiner in awe.


As the New York Police Department swings into action, suspicions settle on Robert as the lead suspect. Did the vows of matrimony shatter into a violent act of rage? Or did Vera's clandestine affairs lead her down a perilous path that ultimately claimed her life?


In "The Murder of Vera Lotito," Kackley pulls back the curtain on a city gripped by a murder that sent shockwaves through its post-war optimism. Explore the complex relationships, clandestine affairs, and financial entanglements that weave a tapestry of motives.


Was it a jilted lover seeking revenge, or did Vera's debts become a deadly currency in a world where justice is paid in blood?


Follow the relentless pursuit of truth by the NYPD detectives, unravel the lives of Robert and Vera, and confront the chilling reality that led to the conviction of the man responsible for this heinous act.


Rod Kackley crafts a narrative that keeps you on the edge, untangling the threads of mystery until the final revelation.


"The Murder of Vera Lotito" invites you to traverse the gritty streets of 1940s New York, where love and betrayal collide in a gripping tale of passion, secrets, and a murder that etched its mark on the city's history.


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