A Woman Scorned: The Shocking Real Life Case of

A Woman Scorned: The Shocking Real Life Case of


3 thoughts on “A Woman Scorned: The Shocking Real Life Case of Billionairess Killer Susan Cummings (St. Martin's True Crime Library)

  1. Diane in Australia Diane in Australia says:

    This book was just 'okay' nothing memorable It was a uick easy read I felt the writing didn't really engage the reader as I hoped it would She does state at the beginning of the book that she based it on court files and interviews so perhaps she had lackluster material to work withIt's really a 25 Stars book to me but I bumped it up to 3 Stars because even if it was lackluster I learned a few things about the case3 Stars Okay It was worth reading


  2. Jane Jane says:

    The author Lisa Pulitzer is the worst author I have ever encountered This book is at least 70% fluff My gawd I had no idea there were so many adverbs adjectives to be used The plot would have provided a good author with excellent material But this felt like Pulitzer got an outline then added adverbs to make it hers Didn't work


  3. Irene Irene says:

    Interesting read Not enough about the heiress is explained but perhaps that's because of who she is The verdict was correct in my opinion but the sentence was simply outrageous 60 days in jail for a murder and a piddling fine that was chump change for a woman of her means? Guess the rich are different than us ordinary folk


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A Woman Scorned: The Shocking Real Life Case of Billionairess Killer Susan Cummings (St. Martin's True Crime Library) [PDF / Epub] ✅ A Woman Scorned: The Shocking Real Life Case of Billionairess Killer Susan Cummings (St. Martin's True Crime Library) By Lisa Pulitzer – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Rich beautiful deadlyBillionairess Susan Cummings was very rich even by the exalted standards of Virginia horse country Shy and single she used just two rooms of her huge mansion and slept with a357 M Rich beautiful deadlyBillionairess Susan Cummings was Scorned: The eBook ✓ very rich even by the exalted A Woman eBook Þ standards of Virginia horse country Shy and single she used just two rooms Woman Scorned: The PDF/EPUB ¼ of her huge mansion and slept with a Magnum under her pillow Some Woman Scorned: The Shocking Real ePUB ´ people called her haughty Others said she was strangely obsessive eccentric and emotionless with a strong distrust of peopleHer lover Roberto an Argentinean polo player with an Woman Scorned: The Shocking Real ePUB ´ eye for wealthy women was undoubtedly handsome and possessiveand he was also cheating on her But police answering a mysterious call saw him only as a bullet riddled corpse Telling of escalating abuse Susan displayed the blood running freely from knife wounds on her arm and said she shot him in self defense Yet police had their doubts claiming that Roberto had been dead so long the pool of his blood looked like sticky red Jell ONow in a harrowing true tale of secrets obsession and betrayal top crime writer Lisa Pulitzer reveals the uncensored truth about a privileged world where ordinary rules don't applywhere a shocking crime rattled the sprawling playground of the wealthy eliteand where money can buy almost everythingWith eight pages of startling photos.

  • Paperback
  • 238 pages
  • A Woman Scorned: The Shocking Real Life Case of Billionairess Killer Susan Cummings (St. Martin's True Crime Library)
  • Lisa Pulitzer
  • English
  • 06 September 2014
  • 9780312968335

3 thoughts on “A Woman Scorned: The Shocking Real Life Case of Billionairess Killer Susan Cummings (St. Martin's True Crime Library)

  1. Diane in Australia Diane in Australia says:

    This book was just 'okay' nothing memorable It was a uick easy read I felt the writing didn't really engage the reader as I hoped it would She does state at the beginning of the book that she based it on court files and interviews so perhaps she had lackluster material to work withIt's really a 25 Stars book to me but I bumped it up to 3 Stars because even if it was lackluster I learned a few things about the case3 Stars Okay It was worth reading

  2. Jane Jane says:

    The author Lisa Pulitzer is the worst author I have ever encountered This book is at least 70% fluff My gawd I had no idea there were so many adverbs adjectives to be used The plot would have provided a good author with excellent material But this felt like Pulitzer got an outline then added adverbs to make it hers Didn't work

  3. Irene Irene says:

    Interesting read Not enough about the heiress is explained but perhaps that's because of who she is The verdict was correct in my opinion but the sentence was simply outrageous 60 days in jail for a murder and a piddling fine that was chump change for a woman of her means? Guess the rich are different than us ordinary folk

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