A Family Cursed: The Kissell Dynasty, a Gilded Fortune, and Two Brutal Murders
As boys, Robert and Andrew Kissel competed and excelled. As men, they made millions--Robert in the Asian markets and Andrew in real estate. But a darkness was chasing the brothers down. In November 2003, Robert was murdered in his posh Hong Kong apartment. Two-and-a-half years later, Andrew was found stabbed to death in his Greenwich Connecticut mansion.
Nancy Kissel was charged with murdering her husband Robert, after serving him a milkshake laced with sedatives and then beating him to death with a blunt object. But what happened to Andrew? His marriage was failing, and he faced prison for real estate fraud. Was his death a murder--or suicide? This riveting true story follows the different paths the Kissel brothers took toward the same fate and became
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
Extremely boring. Written in a very factual, step by step way. No storytelling, no visualizations, absolutely nothing to draw you in. Took two interesting cases and made them very blah. This is something to pass on.
Review: A Family Cursed: The Kissell Dynasty, a Gilded Fortune, and Two Brutal MurdersUser Review - Goodreads
I only read this after watching the movie on LMN the movie was much better than this book. Now I'm about to read Never Enough about the same characters, with hopes that it's better.
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