That Belinda was a wonderful young woman and remembered as such by every person involved in this tragic story, even her murderer's family and friends.
Quinton's wife's commitment to her friend Belinda, even though they had a little estrangement prior to the murder.
It was fine. Although I realize it is part of storytelling, I don't care for women trying to sound like a man.
It disgusted me at some points simply for the way sport stars in high school, college, and even pros think they are above the law. Also, I am troubled by the fact of who is now raising Ethan. I was really surprised at that.
While a tragic story, it is a good book.
Why ever would I do that?
I believe this is probably a well-written and interesting story, so I give the 3 stars. However, the narrator was so annoying I finally stopped listening. Authors, are you listening?
I thought the story was interesting and the length of the book was good. I really liked the character development and side plots that added depth to an already intriguing book.
The edge of me seat? No. But a very well told story nonetheless.
Maybe. It seemed as if she had a cold throughout the largest portion of the narration. Her nose sounded stuffy and many of the words were not pronounced clearly because of it. I would definitely listen closely to the book sample before choosing her again. Congestion aside, I thought that her voice was soothing and she enunciated well.
there were times during this audiobook that I struggled to finish because of my disgust for David Temple. David Temple was a spoiled brat who never had anyone say no to him and he felt he could get away with murder?
This story is one that will stick with you. Carefully researched and many people interviewed tat knew both parties. It will be interesting to see if David Temple wins his appeal.
Tragic. Riveting. Compelling
I have not read other true crime stories.
I cannot pinpoint a particular moment. I felt like I was there when the author described the crime scene and the trial.
I highly recommend this audiobook. The story is so tragic and compelling. While David Temple was convicted, Belinda and Erin are still dead. Two families were irrevocably broken.
No, because I also saw on ID. Good book though.
The murder of a Mother and her Unborn Baby Girl .
Very well written and performed. Detailed narrative that leaves you feeling you know the people involved and have a vested interest in the outcome. I look forward to adding more titles by Ms Casey to my library.