About the Author
Dennis Davern was the boat captain for Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood and was on the yacht Splendour on the night of Wood's death. He currently owns and operates a marina and boat maintenance business.
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I loved Natalie wood its tragic that she's not resting in peace because no one has been arrested in her drowning , a great bookPublished 3 days ago by john j.watkins
Like so many others, I have wondered for years what the real story was regarding Natalie Wood's death. No one having a clue what happened to her that night always seemed strange. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Deborah J. White
UNPROFESSIONAL CAPTAIN - BORING BOOK
I have wasted hours trying to get to the relevant part of this boring book but finally gave up …
Maybe it is my dislike... Read more
I read several books about Natalie. This is about as close to the truth as we will ever get. She was a beautiful woman who died in a way that must have completely terrified her. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Rebecca
I almost hate to say I love this book b/c at it's center is something so dark and horrible it's still hard to believe. Nonetheless, I really loved this book. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Catherine p LaViolette
The author is a longtime friend of the drunk who captained the boat. For nearly 30 years, they attempted to profit from the accidental drowning of Wood via tabloid TV and print... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
People have been lying about this case for too long. Police did not do their jobs at all, as fame directed the actions of everyone involved, and fame was clearly drunk. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patricia