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Publisher's Summary

Dr. John Yelenic was a successful dentist in a small Pennsylvania town. When he met Michele Kamler, he thought he'd finally found the woman of his dreams. She was beautiful, intelligent, and seemed to want all the same things out of life as he did.
Michele married Yelenic in 1997. But by 2002, the relationship fell apart…and what followed was a bitter, three-year-long battle in which Michele made demands for Yelenic's money and even accused him―falsely, it would later be shown―of sexual abuse. Michele began dating Kevin Foley, a Pennsylvania State Trooper. When, in 2006, Yelenic was found murdered―slashed to death in his own home―Foley was the prime suspect.
At the time of Yelenic's death, Michele was listed as beneficiary on more than $1 million in insurance benefits. Did Foley believe Michele stood to inherit this money? Or did this well-known hot-head act alone? This is a shocking true story of greed, corruption, and cold-blooded murder. 
©2011 Carlton Smith (P)2018 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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3 out of 5 stars
By andrea on 03-23-18

Redundant

The author is a bit redundant, repeating some things time after time after time. The narrator is very dramatic and it all becomes a bit weary. But the story is a good one.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Carol on 03-23-18

Bias And facts are soon one-sided

The author repeats the hate/Bias so often I had to look up some news clipping and wow, the author is wrong on many facts.
I'll be getting my credit back on this trash novel.
The fact that the author has to treat reader as a kindergartener says it all.
Repeats & bias ruins this novel.

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3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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