House of Lies

House of Lies Killer DebutanteKelley Cannon was living the American Dream The former prom queen had three beautiful children with her successful handsome husband Jim and an elegant home in well to do Nashville B

  • Title: House of Lies
  • Author: Linda Rosencrance
  • ISBN: 9780786030569
  • Page: 206
  • Format: ebook
  • Killer DebutanteKelley Cannon was living the American Dream The former prom queen had three beautiful children with her successful, handsome husband, Jim, and an elegant home in well to do Nashville But when their housekeeper found Jim murdered, strangled to death as their children slept, the fairytale collapsed Behind the facade, Kelley s glamorous lifestyle was beingKiller DebutanteKelley Cannon was living the American Dream The former prom queen had three beautiful children with her successful, handsome husband, Jim, and an elegant home in well to do Nashville But when their housekeeper found Jim murdered, strangled to death as their children slept, the fairytale collapsed Behind the facade, Kelley s glamorous lifestyle was being torn apart by infidelity, alcohol, and drug abuse When she went from prime suspect to accused, a jury had to decide How could a 90 pound woman overpower a grown man to death Their finding premeditated murder, a life sentence and a storybook life that masked a dark, violent truth What caused petite, pretty Kelley Cannon to snap Find out in this page turning account of a woman who killed her husband Burl Barer, Edgar Award winning Author of Body Count and Head Shot A gripping true crime shocker Burl BarerCase seen on Dateline Includes 16 Pages Of Photos

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    1 thought on “House of Lies”

    1. How can one produce police and court transcripts as is, and call it a book! Its a simple case with no twists, no killer arguments and author has not bothered to put much effort either.

    2. YAWN one star.Don't bother. This book is what you get when the author does not have access to a single one of the principals involved, including major and minor players, family members, police, or the justice system. The writer does demonstrate technical competence in terms of structure, grammar, and punctuation, but the net result is a book that reads like a high school term paper - except more irrelevant and much less interesting. There is very little background, no photos of the victim of the [...]

    3. Not high on my list of true crime books. Lack of depth and detail. Passages occasionally seem out of chronological order. Areas/statements where follow up seemed to be warranted, but not done/included. Almost reads like a transcript or a not exceptionally well written high school essay. Unsure if it is this particular book or typical of the author, as this is my first book by her.

    4. Very informative reporting of a terrible domestic crime where a good man was the victim of his abusive wife. It just goes to show that not every man should consider himself safe because of his sex, and nor should society.

    5. This book is a crime shocker. The lady had a perfect marriage it seems but she really did not. Her houeskeeper found her husband dead and she was the suspect. She had many dark secrets, one of them being she was abusive to her husband and she snapped and killed him.

    6. True storyWell written book that I did enjoy but would have liked better if there was more background written.Surprised by the outcome.

    7. Ugh. The story was okay; but did not like this author's style of writing at all. It was like she just took the court transcripts and placed it into book form. So dry - just terrible.

    8. Not particularly well- written. Difficult to follow, especially in the first part of the book. Several statements seemed contradictory, or perhaps i was just confused due to the writing style.

    9. More background on Kelley and Jim would have made for a more interesting story. I felt like I was reading the court recorder's transcript, which made for a rather dry retelling.

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