Accident, suicide, or murder?
On November 6, 2000, paramedics answered a call to find Kristin Rossum sobbing. Her husband, Greg de Villers, wasn't breathing, and she claimed he had overdosed on drugs after learning that she was leaving him. But family and friends weren't buying Kristin's story - particularly the idea that Greg would take his own life.
The daughter of a well-to-do California family, Rossum was a brainy blonde beauty whose talent for toxicology had won her a post at the San Diego County Medical Examiner's Office. But her sweet smile masked a dark side.
At the time of her husband's death, Rossum was engaged in an illicit affair with her married boss. Investigators found that the Medical Examiner's Office was missing supplies of meth and fentanyl, the narcotic that had killed her husband. With each clue discovered, another piece of Rossum's "good girl" facade fell away. What the world would eventually see was the true face of a murderer - and the hand of justice.
©2005 Caitlin Rother (P)2016 Tantor
"A true-crime thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat...a brilliant job of captivating the inner workings of a female killer." (Aphrodite Jones, New York Times best-selling author)
I don't have a favorite part. It's a true crime story. I have 2 hours left, and not sure I'll finish it.
Yes, I would.
I thought at first she was OK but, I can't finish it and it's mostly because of the narrator. She just got to me about halfway thru the story. Can't quite put my finger on what it is that I don't like about the narration. I listen to 2-3 audio books a week, and usually can pinpoint what it is that I don't like about a reading.
It's a story that could of been better.
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