Observer: The Ronnie Lee and Jackie Bancroft Spencer Morgan Story, a tale of people, greed, envy, manipulation---even crime

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This creative nonfiction book details Glen Aaron’s personal experience in representing a 74-year old Wall Street Journal heiress when she married Ronnie Lee Morgan, a 50-year old gay interior decorator. Ronnie always wanted to be rich. Jackie Bancroft Spencer wanted to spend her last years traveling the world. It sounds like a simple arrangement. It wasn't.

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About Glen Aaron

Glen Aaron was born in Big Spring, Texas and raised in Midland.

In 1962, while attending Baylor, he ran for State Representative from Midland at he age of 21. He lost that election in a runoff by 42 votes. Deciding politics was not for him, he graduated Baylor with a BA and moved on to the University of Texas law school. There, he won the Moot Court competition arguing before the Supreme Court of Texas sitting en banc.

After acquiring his JD, Glen spent forty years in trial law and international business and banking.

Today, he lives in Midland with his wife Jane Hellinghausen and two rottweilers. He enjoys writing and working with the Permian Basin Bookies.

Author of: The Curse of Sacerdozio. The Ronnie Lee and Jackie Bancroft Spencer Morgan Story, a tale of people, gred, envy, manipulation -- even crime. The Colonel George Trofimoff Story, the tale of America's highest ranking military officer convicted of spying. The Prison Experience, The Prison People. (all at Amazon).

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Review by: Barbara Bass on June 14, 2013 :
Well, I am surprised! Shocked is more like it. Who would have thought that this was going on in an area that I have lived in and around in for over 50 years?

Very well written. I didn't stop until I finished it. The historical data about the family was very interesting. And, all the legal and banking information was presented in a way that a layperson could grasp it. The best part was the many faceted characters.

Thank you Glen for sharing your experiences.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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