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All I can say is that I didn't believe that women like Liysa Northon existed, a pathalogical liar, so totally heartless in actually thinking she could get away with murdering her husband Chris by claiming she was a victim of domestic violence. She meticulously planned her husband's murder laying the groundwork long before she actually committed the crime so her 'story' would have credibility, but it was actually her own lies that eventually caught her out. After listening to this I was curious to find out more about Liysa and discovered she sure does have a devoted and extremly loyal following and some poor bloke has even married her! What I couldn't understand is that despite the clear evidence to the contrary, her loyal and quite frankly deluded following still think that she is innocent - many not even prepared to accept the evidence which shatters her lies - just shows how manipulative and charasmatic she can be!! Ann Rule is a stickler for detail and this shows in her book and I thought the narration by Blair Brown suited this story very well.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
I have enjoyed many of Ann Rule's books and this one is another winner. The story is weaved so intricately that I spent the whole book trying to guess what the next turn would be. And she has an uncanny ability to keep juggling the many characters so that the listener does not lose track but the story has the feeling of the complexity of the principal character's life. I could not turn my MP3 off.
17 of 17 people found this review helpful
I find True Crime most fascinating and this story kept me listening to the end. I was in no way disappointed with this audio book.
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