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If You Really Loved Me
If You Really Loved Me
Author: Ann Rule
David Brown was the consummate entrepreneur: a computer wizard and millionaire by age thirty-two. When his beautiful young wife was shot to death as she slept, Brown's fourteen-year-old daughter, Cinnamon, confessed to killing her stepmother. The California courts sentenced her harshly: twenty-four years to life. But in the wake of Cinnamon&...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780671741112
ISBN-10: 067174111X
Publication Date: 1991
Pages: 604
Edition: Audio csst
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette
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I found this to be a very rivoting story from beginning to end!
It was hard to put it down, and i returned to read it what ever chance i could get!
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Wow, is all I can say after reading this non-fiction book. It's so, sooooo twisted, you'll wonder how this murder was ever solved, but riviting to keep you wanting to know whether David Brown was guilty or if he was really innocent. Keeps you guessing from the first page and drags you in further until you come to the last page.
A Great Read!
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I love Ann Rule's books. Rule writes about true-life murders and mysteries. Her books are well-written and keep your attention from beginning to end. It is amazing how evil people can be. In this case, a father convinces his 14 year old daughter to admit to murdering her stepmother. The question is, did she do it or did he do it himself?

Could he be evil enough to not only murder another human being, but to ask his young daughter to take the blame and give up her own life? There will be times when you will believe that either one of them might be guilty and that belief may weigh heavily on either side. You'll want to get to the end to find the answer.

This is one of those "can't put it down", "kept me up until late at night" books, but most of Ann Rule's books are like that. She is an excellent writer. I'm always delighted when she has a new book published. The only problem with her books is deciding who is going to get to read them first - my husband or I?
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