Forsaking all others: the real Betty Broderick story ; including prison interviews

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Villard Books, Mar 16, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 237 pages
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Integrating courtroom drama and psychological analysis, this portrait of Betty Broderick describes her trial for killing her ex-husband and his new wife, the motivations for the murders, and the sociological implications of the crime. 35,000 first printing. $35,000 ad/promo. Tour.

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After reading this book, I realized how insane Betty Broderick really is. I have little compasion for a woman who had such a large sum of money as alimony and yet killed her source of income. Yes, she ... Read full review

Forsaking all others: the real Betty Broderick story; including prison interviews

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Elizabeth Broderick followed all the rules. She married young, then supported her husband while he got his medical degree and his law degree. She raised their four children and became a Super Mom ... Read full review


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