Book Reviews of Disturbed Ground

Disturbed Ground
Disturbed Ground
Author: Carla Norton
ISBN-13: 9780688097042
ISBN-10: 0688097049
Publication Date: 6/21/1994
Pages: 415
Edition: 1st ed
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.

3.1 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: HarperCollins
Book Type: Hardcover
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An astonishing true crime story. From the back cover: Sweet, silver-haired Dorothea Puente was an angel on earth-a grandmotherly Good Samaritan who ran a Sacramento boardinghouse for the need, the aged, the alcoholic and infirm. Vivacious and caring, she gave her itme selflessly to charities and charmed everyone she met--including then-governor of California, Jerry Brown. But Dorothea's shole life was a lie--a brilliantly elaborate ruse designed to mask a cold heart, calculating mind, and a twisted, chameleonlike genius that enabled her to get away with murder over and over again.
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This is a true crime. She buries people in her back yard. Good read
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Just plain WEIRD!
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i like this book