Sex, Money and Murder: Shocking Confessions from a Reformed Career Criminal in The Demon Who Became an Angel

From early initiation into sex to a life of violence, Charles Taylor's youth is a cautionary tale for parents. He tells all about his seedy past and unlikely reform in The Demon Who Became an Angel.

Richmond Heights, OH, March 14, 2013 --( Charles Taylor's childhood should be a cautionary tale to parents. Molested as a boy and groomed by career criminals, he fell into early promiscuity, drug dealing, substance abuse and violent crime. The Demon Who Became an Angel is Taylor's unflinching look at his life of sexual obsession and crime, and the path back from the brink of ruin through God. The autobiography is published by Outskirts Press.

Turned on to sex very early, Taylor became a self-described “sexually motivated bad boy,” with the sexual appetites of “a dog in heat.” A childhood spent in the company of career criminals indoctrinated the young man into a lifestyle that would lead nowhere good.

But Charles Taylor found his way out – through faith.

“Selling drugs, getting high and robberies were my American dream,” Taylor explained. “Thinking I could live like that forever was foolish. I thank God (that I'm not) locked up, strung out, crippled or dead!”

The Demon Who Became an Angel can be ordered by retailers or wholesalers for the maximum trade discount price set by the author in quantities of ten or more from the Outskirts Press Direct bookstore at The paperback is available worldwide on book retailer websites such as Amazon and is being aggressively promoted with a focus on the autobiography and family/relationships categories.

ISBN: 978-1-4327-3399-5 Format: 6 x 9 paperback Retail $15.95 Genre: Autobiography $8.00 on Amazon Kindle & other electronic reading devices

About the Author: Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Charles Taylor grew up selling drugs and robbing people, treating women like pieces of meat, and as an adult went to jail. Then, he gave his life to Jesus. Once released from incarceration, he got a job as an exterminator and found creative release in songwriting, poetry and plays. Taylor now owns his own exterminating company and is a father of a handsome 8-year-old son and engaged to the love of his life. He plans to write more books, songs, plays and movie scripts. For more information about Charles Taylor or The Demon Who Became an Angel, contact the author at 216-240-7121 or email Read more about the book at the author's page,

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