Book Reviews of Almost Paradise : The East Hampton Murder of Ted Ammon

Almost Paradise : The East Hampton Murder of Ted Ammon
Almost Paradise The East Hampton Murder of Ted Ammon
Author: Kieran Crowley
ISBN-13: 9780312340230
ISBN-10: 0312340230
Publication Date: 3/1/2005
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 2
Good book! Good author! I had seen this case as a movie on TV. The book is better. It is about the life and death of the multimillionaire Ted Ammon. It proves that money can't buy happiness.
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Fantastic book chock full of informatation that was not released in the newspaper or TV accounts of this case. Thoroughly researched, I give this book a big thumbs up.
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A handsome multimillionaire murdered, a talented interior decorator wife, a lavish life style. A great true story better then fiction.
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Terrific book. Tells a lot more than the movie did.
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Saw this case on Dateline, but this book has so much more information than the tv show. What a horrible murder and what a crazy woman the wife was! Hard to put down.
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The story is about the murder of multimillionaire Ted Ammon in the Hamptons. Very good read.
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Much better than the TV movie recently aired. It's hard to believe that someone can be that cruel. What a sick woman, to treat people, especially her children, that way. She was never satisified; impossible to please.
Great book!