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This is a fascinating look at one of those moments in history where you know that something happened but never really understood the "why" of it or who the main characters... Read morePublished 1 month ago by RBK
Really enjoyed this book. Loved the history lesson and the story. Very well writtenPublished 2 months ago by Michelle S. Harkavy
a very moving true story about a child who wasn't allowed to be a child because her mother wanted her daughter to support her and turned a blind eye to what was happening to her.Published 3 months ago by Linda
I already knew about the story. Being able to read it in all it's content was well worth it.Published 4 months ago by tanya june
The book is okay, mostly presenting the Stanford White murder case from the viewpoint of his mistress Evelyn Nesbit. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Susan Nunes
I wouldn't say this is riveting, but it is a nice bathroom book. The writing style leaves a bit to be desired, but that's ok!Published 6 months ago by windupbird