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Publisher's Summary

Trophy wife Celeste Beard wasn't satisfied with a luxurious lifestyle and her rich Austin media mogul husband's devotion - so she took his life!
The wife: She wanted everything, but her husband stood in the way.
The lesbian lover: A love-struck, middle-aged woman with a history of mental illness, she would do anything to set Celeste free.
The beauty salon receptionist: Celeste hired her to tie up the loose ends ... in a second conspiracy to commit murder.
©2005 Kathryn Casey (P)2013 Kathryn Casey
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By AH on 02-28-13

Great Story

If you could sum up She Wanted It All: A True Story of Sex, Murder, and a Texas Millionaire in three words, what would they be?

This was a really great book! It makes you feel happy, sad, and angry at different times throughout it.

What other book might you compare She Wanted It All: A True Story of Sex, Murder, and a Texas Millionaire to and why?

Kathryn Casey's other true crime books are quite similar to this one.

What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?

The author's accents that she used for the different characters was a bit weird at times.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful


By Catherine on 10-04-17

This narrator needs a new career!!

Decent story, with lots of details (although it dragged at times) but Ms. Rock's narration is the biggest crime in this story! Not only are her voice inflections ridiculously overdone (I had to increase the speed just to even listen without becoming totally distracted,) but the voices she invokes for the main characters - worse than nails on a chalkboard!! This one is definitely better in print.

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