Tells of the seductress, the student, and a murder in New England. The perfect life of newlyweds, Pam and Gregg Smart, was shattered in 1990 when Gregg was shot dead. In the trial, it emerged that Pam had seduced 15-year-old Bill Flynn to do the killing. Englade has also written Beyond Reason.
©1991 Ken Englade (P)2014 Audible Inc.
Why ever would I do that?
Might be well-written but my urge was to slap the narrator the duration I suffered through this book.
Not if Conlan is the narrator.
It's an interesting read / easy listen for a rainy day. Thought it had a lot of fillers. Short story (spoiler) she killed her husband so she could keep her furniture and dog versus a divorce. Sad someone had to die because of such shallow selfishness.
Yes he was easy to listen to.
I felt it was very well written.
She was able to manipulate Billy Flynn into killing her husband; I totally believe that. And I find it hilarious that she was "trying to help the police" find the killer. Yes, Billy and his cohorts deserved to go the prison for what they did but she did too. And her trying to say she was innocent is just pure malarkey.
He's a good narrator but it would have been the same if I had read of the book.
Sure, if I had the time. But I listened to it commuting to work.
I highly recommend this book if one is a true crime fan like I am.
AUDIBLE MAKES READING POSSIBLE AND EASY FOR ME...I AM VISUALLY IMPAIRED. I WISH THEY HAD ALL THE BOOKS I WANT I WOULD SNAP THEM UP!
IT WAS OK. I PROBABLY WON'T READ IT AGAIN.
IT WAS FACTUAL. I SAW THE TRIAL ON THE NOW DEFUNCT COURT TV. BUT IT WAS HOLLOW.
IT WAS NOT A BOOK THAT HAD ANY SCENES THAT WERE INTERESTING OR SPECIAL.
I DON'T FEEL I KNOW ANY OF THE PEOPLE IN THIS STORY. IT IS TOO BAD IT WAS AN INTERESTING TRIAL AND I WOULD HAVE LIKE TO KNOW HOW THESE PEOPLE EALLY INTERACTED.
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