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This review is from: And Never Let Her Go: Thomas Capano: The Deadly Seducer (Paperback)
This is a fascinating story and well worth a read. The book looks thick but time just flies by when you start reading it. Ann Rule's style takes a little getting used to if you're used to reading true crime because the storyline is interspersed with Ann's opinions, which are usually fairly accurate. In this book I think Ann is a little biased towards the victim Ann Marie Fahey and anyone would think the girl was a naive nitwit instead of a worldly adultress (which she undoubtedly was). It turned out that other women were simulataneously having an affair with this same married man. (Where did he get the energy for all these women and all that subterfuge?).
The ending was rather spoiled for me because I looked at the photograph section first and noticed that underneath a picture of Tom Capano it said "Tom Capano after he was sentenced to death by lethal injection" which sort of gave the game away. He died a couple of years ago from natural causes (while still on death row). Too good for this arrogant murderer who should have got his prescribed sentence.