Published: Thu, September 13, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

'How to Murder Your Husband' novelist charged with murdering husband

'How to Murder Your Husband' novelist charged with murdering husband

Crampton-Brophy's husband, Daniel Brophy, was a chef and lead instructor at the Oregon Culinary Institute.

Despite a motion to have Nancy released on her own recognizance, the presiding Judge determined there is enough probable cause to continue to hold Nancy in jail.

In the eerily titled essay "How to Murder Your Husband", Crampton Brophy wrote about, well, how to get away with murdering your husband.

According to The Oregonian, it provides insight into possible motives for a wife to kill her husband in cold blood.

Nancy Crampton-Brophy is accused of shooting and killing her husband Daniel Brophy, a chef and teacher at a local culinary institute. Students were just beginning to arrive for class on June 2 when they found him bleeding on the floor of his kitchen from a gunshot wound. Police have not revealed the alleged motive.

Crampton-Brophy's attorney has been contacted for comment.

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"Divorce is expensive, and do you really want to split your possessions? For those of you who are close to me and feel this deserved a phone call, you are right, but I'm struggling to make sense of this right now". McConnell recalled, and she responded, "No, I'm a suspect".

Hutchinson said: 'She said that his side of the bedroom was haunting her'. "I thought she must have been one tough woman to handle that the way she did".

"He was a person who did what he loved: he loved teaching, he loved mushrooms, he loved his family". The Huffington Post also states Nancy's quotes to a blog in 2012 regarding her inclination towards romantic suspense stories.

Crampton-Brophy, whose other books include, The Wrong Husband and Hell on The Heart, wrote an essay in 2011 about killing.

In her 2011 essay, Crampton Brophy discussed several potential motivations for wanting to kill a spouse, including infidelity, abuse or greed.

"I find it easier to wish people dead than to actually kill them", she wrote. "And let me say clearly for the record, I don't like jumpsuits and orange isn't my color". "Murder, mayhem and gore seem to come naturally to me which means my husband has learned to sleep with one eye open", she told Romancing the Genres blog.

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