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Judith has been divested of her assets and forced to leave her luxurious New York life after her husband's Wall Street scam became headline news.
Amanda Peet Betty Broderick from books.google.com
Now, twenty-five years into a thirty-two year to life prison sentence for her second-degree murder of Dan and Linda Broderick, Betty has reluctantly decided to give her personal account of what led up to that fatal and fateful day, when all ...
Amanda Peet Betty Broderick from books.google.com
An account of the murders of Dan Broderick and his new bride, Linda, describes how Betty Broderick, distraught over her ex-husband's new marriage, shot and killed him and his wife in their bed. Reissue.
Amanda Peet Betty Broderick from books.google.com
Bestselling author Joe McGinniss chronicles every aspect of this horrifying and intricate crime and probes the life and psyche of the magnetic, all-American Jeffrey MacDonald—a golden boy who seemed destined to have it all.
Amanda Peet Betty Broderick from books.google.com
Accompanying a major BBC series, James Bluemel's book is an essential account of a conflict that continues to shape our world, and a startling reminder of the consequences of our past decisions.
Amanda Peet Betty Broderick from books.google.com
Staged on continually shifting moral ground that challenges our received notions about gender, ethnicity, and even love itself, This Is How It Goes unblinkingly explores the myriad ways in which the wild card of race is played by both black ...
Amanda Peet Betty Broderick from books.google.com
Rachel Rosenstein wonders why Santa Claus never visits her house.
Amanda Peet Betty Broderick from books.google.com
A sweeping Jazz Age tale of regret, ambition, and redemption inspired by true events, including the Great Moonshine Conspiracy Trial of 1935 and Josephine Baker’s 1925 Paris debut in Le Revue Nègre 1924.
Amanda Peet Betty Broderick from books.google.com
The creator of the popular Web site identifies the precise moment when television programs head south.