Did Lizzie Borden Axe For It? Paperback – Abridged, 23 Feb 2008
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About the Author
DAVID REHAK is a Lizzie Borden researcher whose primary interest is in trying to uncover new, rare, and overlooked Bordenia. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Top Customer Reviews
Naturally, Rehak first lays out the facts of the crime that left Lizzie Borden's father and step-mother hacked to death inside their seemingly sedate Victorian home. The chronology is crucial to this case, as the murders took place over an hour apart, so Rehak naturally takes us through the timeline. Then he offers arguments as to why Lizzie did or did not commit the crime. This is what makes the case so fascinating. When you read all of the circumstantial evidence pointing to Lizzie, you think she had to be guilty; then you read the reasons why she could not have done it, and you would swear she had to be innocent. Rehak goes on to mention possible suspects and comment upon the solutions offered by a few Borden "experts.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this book expecting it to relay the facts of the case and offer either a theory of Lizzie's guilt/innocence, or several possible theories - which it did to begin with. Read morePublished on 22 May 2009 by Lizzie H
I had the privilege of editing the first version of this book for author David Rehak. This is an excellent, updated version with a new cover that I find appropriate for the book's... Read morePublished on 15 May 2008 by betty l. dravis