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Ejaz Ahmad was handsome, charismatic, and a self-made businessman. He arrived in the United States from Pakistan determined to fulfill his mother's dying wish: to come to America, complete his education, and make his mark in the world. Settling in Memphis, Tennessee, Ejaz became owner of several businesses, father to a handsome boy, and a devout Muslim. The only thing missing in his life was a wife, someone special to protect, honor, and love.
Leah Ward was a pretty girl, but a prison parolee with a history of drug charges, petty crime, and a questionable past. She led a flotsam life, drifting from town to city to state. When she was introduced to Ejaz Ahmad, she believed she had found the ultimate answer: a place to live, someone to take care of her, and money to spend. But what began idyllic soon became abusive and then dangerous for Ejaz. His friends and family warned him. And in May of 2003, Ejaz paid the ultimate price when family members found his mutilated body in a shed.
She is Evil is a story of trust, abuse, religion, and murder. Of a kind man who tried to help a troubled woman and became the victim of abuse and, eventually, a heinous murder.
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By Scott O'Dell on 11-02-17
Narrator keeps you deeply involved in the story
This is a great story, that keeps you interested. The narration is focused and committed to the material. The author is very talented, I look forward to another novel
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
By Rabid Reader on 10-24-17
Chilling true crime story
This is a sad, chilling true crime story of a psychologically disturbed woman and the gentle, kind man she murdered. It’s a compelling tale of misplaced trust, greed, cultural differences, drug addiction and a sociopathic personality, that leaves you shocked at the heartlessness and detachment of the killer. The narrator did a great job of drawing you into this macabre story and making the listener feel the emotions of the various people involved. She kept a good pace and her voice was easy to listen to. In some ways you can not help but feel sorry for both the victim and to a lesser degree the killer too. Her mental illness and addiction did not allow her to think or act in a normal way, ultimately leading to her ruining her own life and ending the life of a man that was loved by many. If you enjoy true crime stories then I’m sure you will be enthralled by this one.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful