From the cover art, the reader knows what the crime is and who committed it. The first half of the book gives all the background and leads up to the crime. The rest of the book is filled with the legal side of the case, the defense strategy, trial, aftermath. Pretty good, not great.
This is the second Glatt book I have read. I think he is an exceptional author. This story is riveting.
it was a down to earth true crim book, I saw this on ID and it was just like the book, very very good.
The thing that caught my eye when I flipped through the pictures was that Michelle didn't know her husband's real age until years after their marriage. That's what made me want to read this. It's a pretty good read for my first true crime book.
2006 PB book, obsessive husband, unfaithful wife, brutal murder, brilliant pharmacologist and the Filipino beauty he married who lived in a million $$ home with their three children...with his superior intellect could he commit the "perfect murder" and get away with it?
I don't have this book anymore.