We know of an officer who, after getting ready to go to work for what was bound to be another long night shift, walked into his living room in uniform, ready to make his way out the door.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Mar 03, Ronnie Cramer rated it liked it. Another one of those books that you read and wonder, "Why didn't they just get a divorce? Why was murder 'necessary'"? I read this years ago but couldn't remember most of the details so I gave it another shot; it's another good one from Michael Fleeman. Apr 08, Irene rated it really liked it. Fascinating story of a woman who thought she was smarter than everyone else, and an ironic study of a psychologist who had real psychological issues of her own.
Although no one can really know all the details of this story and what motivated this woman, it is also a tragic tale of a man who lost his life because of the twisted desires of a disturbed and manipulative personality. Mar 03, Jose Urena rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction. I've got to say. This is one of the stories that totally brings out the dark side of the military lifestyle.
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Being a military couple or family isn't easy, but it's worth it. Military spouses don't have it quite easy by any means. They have to deal with the long deployments of their military service member. It takes a lot of sacrifices. These are the stories that we do not want to deal with.
This is a must read for anyone who serves in the military, no matter what branch. It clearly shows why it's important for military families to be committed and understanding of what we do for a living. Who Really Knows? I really enjoyed this book. I only gave it four stars because I have read many True Crime stories that were more enjoyable. Their was just to much he said she said. Nothing that really made me feel like I could believe one of the other. But like I said I did enjoy in fact I had a problem putting it down.
If you like True Crime books I definitely think you would like it! Good read but I wanted to know more I enjoyed this book however there were quite a few grammatical errors which made understanding certain parts difficult. I wanted to know more about Michelle Theers trial also.
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Like what was her explaining changing appearances and what we're her honest thoughts of John Diamond. Okay This is a fairly good book about an evil woman and two unsuspecting men. I don't know if justice was truly done or not.
Maybe for one but not the other! I couldn't finish to read it,because you cut me off Because you wouldn't let me finish the book. Jan 24, Beth Tilley rated it liked it. A good rendition of the story despite a few typos. The trial coverages were riveting. However, the story was told out of sequence, which left the story disjointed for me.
Feb 11, Jacque' Spellman rated it liked it. This was not my favorite Michael Fleeman book. I really cannot say why I did not enjoy this one, but I didn't. Good book just too long. I do recommend it. Hard to understand how someone can be like this. Jun 17, Jill Hutchinson rated it it was ok Shelves: true-crime. This book should spell the end of my true crime book binge. I got what I deserved with this one as it is a mess in many ways. Written by someone I never heard of, it is so full of errors names, places, grammar, etc.
I think when a crime that garners media attention is committed, some author will jump on it and write a fast book to play on the publicity. I think this is what happened here and someone forgot to proofread or edit it before it was published. The story is an This book should spell the end of my true crime book binge. The story is another ho-hum murder of the husband in a love triangle and becomes a "he said, she said" situation when the perpetrators are brought to trial.
The story really isn't even that interesting but I finished it just to say that this can finally teach me to quit reading this genre unless it was written by the late Ann Rule!!! Dec 04, Bren rated it liked it Shelves: crime , dark-and-heavy , non-fiction , true-crime , read-and-reviewed. It was actually very interesting. I occasionally read true crime books and I chose this one because the person written about was a psychologist. That did interest me. This book seemed to be very well researched and really did keep me reading until the end.
I usually give True crime books a 3 or so rating if I like them and I did like this book. So if you are a True crime reader you may like this as it is much better written then many others in the genre that I have read. Nov 27, Janna rated it really liked it. Mmmm, my guilty pleasure - true crime novels.
This one was well-crafted, although there were quite a few errors in the book spelling, as well as changing a character's name just two paragraphs apart. All in all a good read though. Nov 14, Dawn Huffines medley rated it really liked it. This was a very good book. I love books based on true stories.