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College English professor who loves classic literature, psychology, neurology and hates pop trash like Twilight and Fifty Shades of Grey.
The narrator compares Lizzie Borden to O.J. Simpson. True enough. Both were guilty and got influential lawyers to get them off. But both paid, in a way, in the end. Intriguing story of a girl who whacked her parents.
An avid reader, who also loves to listen.
I thought the first 45 minutes of this book was really good but after that the book definitely "died" down a bit.
I found it all a bit iffy, nothing new learned. To be fair though, the biographer is obviously limited by the facts available but it made for a rather boring story in the end. I gained no new insight into the story at all.
It was okay, it didn't cost much so I probably got what I paid for.
This book is not the author's best biography. Most information about Grace Kelly has been around for years, and this book adds nothing new. However, the production is outstanding with classical music provided during the transitions.
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