As seen on A Current Affair - the shocking story of Florida's most bizarre multiple murder case. As Lisa and Kosta Fotopoulos lay sleeping in their home, a burglar broke in and shot Lisa at point-blank range in the head. Miraculously, she survived to learn the sobering truth about her would-be assassin - and about her sociopathic husband's deadly agenda.
©1991 Gail Provost (P)2016 David N. Wilson
I have to admit that I'm a total Audible junkie. MUST have book going at all times. I may be the subject of a family intervention someday.
If they are interested in true crime, yes, absolutely.
Better than average true crime book. Just proves that ANYONE can be fooled by a sociopath. The fact that this good hearted, intelligent, hard working woman and her family had no clue who this creep really was is a testament to the cold craft and manipulative skills of this particular breed of psycho. Well written, good read all around.
Loved the story about a first generation Greek woman who marries a "charming "Greek immigrant only to wake up to the nightmare that he's a Greek wolf in sheep's clothing.
This is a better-than-average telling of the story of a sociopathic murderer and the havoc he wreaked on his victims.
Thanks to author Provost for letting the sorry tale stand on its own merits without resorting to an examination of the lives of peripheral characters such as investigating officers.
Good narration by Arthur Flavell who has obviously taken the time and care to check the pronunciation of names and words that are a little out of mainstream usage.
I believe I have several books read by Arthur Flavell, but this is my first from Gary Provost and I wouldn't recommend anything of his.
No... The writing leaves much to be desired. Lots of "he said, she said, he said, he said, she said", over and over and over.
I believe so, he's great when listening to a book from a male perspective. This book would have probably been better with a female voice, because it does revolve heavily around the wife of the killer. I think I would have felt more attached to the story that way.
It was odd. That's all I have to say about it. I did some research on the people involved in this story (since the book is rather dated), and I was happy to see that Lisa is alive and well with a new husband. Kosta is still sitting on death row, however, there is no scheduled date for his execution.
I think there are much better crime stories.
Too many uses of 'then he say, then she said, then he said, then she said....'
Would have like to know how the people are now.
Relaxing my body and calming my mind while listening my way through a stress free day!
listened attentively from beginning to end very good narrator. Would recommend to true crime lovers.
Knowing both sides of the events and easily relating to her.
Yes, however, this should have been read by a woman. Women have a voice that will give a strong influence to what is said.
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