Police in Oregon have arrested a romance novelist—who once penned an essay titled “How to Murder Your Husband”—for allegedly killing her husband.
In June, police responded to the Oregon Culinary Institute—where 63-year-old Daniel Brophy worked as a chef—to discover the man dead of a gunshot wound.
Following months of investigation, police have determined that 68-year-old novelist Nancy Crampton-Brophy is the prime suspect in the murder, and on September 5 she was arrested, according to the Portland Police Bureau.
Crampton-Brophy is a self-published author of several books, including “The Wrong Husband” and “The Girl Most Likely To.”
According to Fox4-TV, Crampton-Brophy now faces charges of murder and unlawful use of a weapon.
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