I've read many, many true crime accounts in my life and I thought the book I read before this was probably the best I've ever read....until I read this one. I can't even believe I got so lucky as to read two of the best true crime books back to back. I would definitely recommend any true crime fan to take the time to read this book and also Meet Me For Murder by Don Lasseter. Grave Accusations actually kept me guessing the entire length of the book. No one will guess exactly what happened in this case until they're told. It's mind blowing that something like this can even happen to a family.
Very good true crime book, I could not put it down and finished it in two days.
One of the best true crime books ever!
A shotgun blast blows away beautiful thirty-one-year old Monica Dunn, the mother of three young daughters, in the bedroom of her suburban home. police officer Paul Dunn is suspected of killing his estranged wife. Maintaining his innocence, he is ostracized by his fellow officers and friends. Is it suicide or murder?
Pretty good true crime. Flawed by the need for a good editor; weird wording and odd sentences are distracting. The book was written by the accused husband, with a ghost writer. Worth reading.
I enjoyed this book very much. It held my interest throughout.
Very good, although I would have liked to know more about he motivation of all parties and more updates