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Pretty good read, but, not enough love for me. Almost reads like an outsider's view.Published 1 day ago by mermaid dianna
Not what I expected. A lot of going over the same things. I kept thinking that at each next page there would be a revelation. Read morePublished 3 days ago by jbecoop
I saw a documentary with Wood's friends. It's odd that they go on about her fear of water but it's also a strong hint. She would only have left the boat in panic or fear. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
This pretty much sets the record straight about the death of Natalie Wood, despite what Robert Wagner and Christopher Walken have been saying for decades. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Sadly, this entire book could have been written in 10-20 pages. The story was told redundantly. Not that it wasn't an important story and needed to be told, but the facts were... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Sandra C. Verrier
I agree with others. Good book for Natalie fans who haven't caught up yet.Published 17 days ago by jewels2u
Makes for good reading. I loved Natalie Wood and followed all her movies when I was a young gal. This book pretty much solves the mystery of her drowning death.Published 27 days ago by Carol Allman
A very good read, very detailed! It is unforgivable that once again we have to see no justice for Natalie!! Robert Wagner should have been in prison all these years!!!!!!!! Read morePublished 29 days ago by Julie Sather
I found the account of Natalie's final days and death interesting. However, the continuing need to verify the eye witness (Dennis) statements became repetitive. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Linda Poyner