Book Reviews of Lethal Marriage

Lethal Marriage
Lethal Marriage
Author: Nick Pron
ISBN-13: 9780345390554
ISBN-10: 0345390555
Publication Date: 9/30/1996
Pages: 480
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
This book is definitely rated R,very graphic! It is unbelievable what crazy things human beings can do to their own family. This woman goes along with this animal out of fear? Battered woman syndrome is one thing but when it leads to murdering others. I think I would rather be dead then go along with this idiot. This guy is a sexual sadist with
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Helpful Score: 1
Karla Homolka and Paul Bernardo might look like the ideal couple, but they were a nation's most despicable killers. Karla began their depraved sex and murder spree by stealing drugs to knock out her little sister. While Paul raped and sodomized the unconscious girl, Karla dutifully caught it all on video tape.

Unbelievably, the worst was yet to come. In a brazen daylight kidnapping, Karla lured schoolgirl Kristen French to their car and helped Paul force the struggling, screaming teenager inside. Then, just as she has with fourteen-year-old Leslie Mahaffy, Karla videotaped Paul's repeated beatings and rape of his ex slave, violated the terrified girl herself, then simply watched as Paul choked the life out of his victim.

The entire nation was horrified by these crimes in what became the costliest and, by far, most controversial manhunt and most sensational trial in Canada's history. Now the full shocking story- considered too grisly for newspaper and television coverage at the time- can finally be told.

WARNING: THIS BOOK CONTAINS GRAPHIC DESCRIPTIONS OF VIOLENCE.
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Well, for "unspeakable crimes" the author sure has a lot to say. If you didn't talk about it the book would be much shorter. (It all took place in Canada, where I expect people to be more circumspect).