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Top Customer Reviews
The women she writes as are Natalie Wood, Nicole Brown Simpson, Sunny Von Bulow and Colette MacDonald. In each there's no mention of the husband's name but if you know their stories you'll know who they speak of.
I especially liked Colette's story as I've read about her in the past in Joe McGinness's great book on the case. Her murdering spouse was Jeffrey MacDonald, a real prize.
There were spelling errors and grammatical mistakes but thankfully not enough to wear me down. However, it's annoying when Nic suddenly become Nick or Freddy turns in Freddie........that comes across as really careless which is a bloody shame.
If you've read about any of these cases I'd certainly recommend this. If you haven't and don't recognise them I think you'd be pretty confused as the author doesn't tell you who she's writing about. It's sort of assumed you know.
Such is The Night My Husband Killed Me by Kathleen Hewtson.
I read the first story in a rush as Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood were the Hollywood marriage made in heaven. They complemented one another in every way; or so it seemed. Robert Wagner was my all time movie hero. However the further I got into the account of Natalie Wood's death, the more I realised that in essence he could well have committed this heinous crime. The research and facts related are astounding and compelling reading.
As I went on to read about the other deaths,I found myself turning page after page until I reached the end of the book. At times I felt I was in the same room as each of the ghosts as they described their demise in graphic detail.
The book is written in the first person which normally I find frustrating and repetitive but not so. This has been very cleverly written with good back fill. As the ghosts relay their stories you begin to see through their eyes what a wonderful thing hindsight is and a very useful tool if they had only noticed the signs when they were alive.
As each woman finally goes towards their own light I found myself hoping that they would find eternal peace.
Expertly written by one of the better writers of modern times and very highly recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Enjoyable read. I like the way its written from the dead person's perspective.Published on 17 Feb. 2015 by mal
I found this book very interesting, giving the other view of notorious deaths. I wonder how true they are and how many
supposedly heartbroken husbands are keeping secrets.
A really thought provoking, interesting and desperately sad book. I would love to know how much is truth in these accounts. Read morePublished on 7 April 2014 by Book Worm
I loved the way that each story is told by the victim. The stories are believable....I only wished for happier endings........ Read morePublished on 20 Oct. 2013 by sanj
I have only started reading this book, and find it familiar because of the first story, I will recommend it to my friends, its a must read.Published on 28 Sept. 2013 by desrine morgan
bought this ti read about natalie wood but not very convincing but as i was on holiday so i kept on to the endPublished on 23 Jun. 2013 by helen harris
I really enjoyed this book, although confess to being surprised to read of Natalie Wood's death. RIP all ladies. I recommend this book.Published on 17 April 2013 by Mildie
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