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A Knife in the Heart Mass Market Paperback – March 1, 2012
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This detailed paperback book of 352 page documents the murder and subsequent trial of Rachel Wade on Florida during 2009-2010. Rachel Wade and Sarah Ludemann, two hot young American girls, were continually fighting over a guy called Joshua Camacho. This long animosity finally led to a fight outside a house of a friend of Camacho. Wade twice stabbed Sarah viciously and killed her just as she was stepping out of her vehichle. She was dead on arrival at the hospital. Sarah Ludemann thus died in a street, a gaping stab wound in her left breast. The first policeman on the scene described it as the biggest puncture wound that he had ever seen (there was also a smaller stab wound). It was thus clear that Rachel Wade used all of her strength to make sure that her rival was killed. Wade was thoroughly interrogated only hours after the stabbing. At first she lied and said that she had no idea how Sarah was stabbed. When she was informed that Sarah Ludemann was dead, Wade burst into tears and admitted that she was the one who wielded the knife. The knife that killed Sarah Ludemann was later recovered on the top of a neighbouring house. Wade threw it there just before the police arrived. Wade is a vicious little American loser who was finally sentenced to 27 years in the hard house. She was lucky she didn't receive life imprisonment.
The book mainly details the trial of Rachel Wade and thats possibly why it is boring to some. However, there were so many people involved as witnesses etc that the case was long in duration. However the jury made a quick decision and the judge sentenced her to jail time. There are 16 b/w pages of the case and the main players except Joshua Camacho.Read more ›
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The subject matter was interesting but the repetitive nature of the writing made me want to give up by page 300- I guess I wasn't alone in feeling it wasn't well written. Read morePublished on March 19, 2014 by Stephanie_MA
I must say this one is boring and long I didnt even finish reading it...the story itself would have been interesting if it hadnt been so drug out... Read morePublished on January 24, 2014 by Crazy cat lady
This is some of the worst stuff I've ever read.
Really stupid people who aren't worth a story.
Page after page of tedious teenage shenanigans, and then I guess one girl... Read more
Very distressing to hear of young people behaving this way. Families are destroyed forever. Every parent should read & remember.Published on October 3, 2013 by carolyn loffler
I found myself disgusted with the antics of these stupid sleezy teenagers. Why would anyone waste their time writing about this? Read morePublished on September 12, 2013 by Cindyalbert
A pretty Good book a little drawn out during the trial part. It shows how young girls get carried away with their emotions and do things they regret the rest of their life.Published on May 18, 2013 by helen hamilton
This was a good read,but then i am
partial to Micheal Benson.I feel he writs GREAT!!!
I would read it twice!!!