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Posted June 2, 2008
A woman is using a tape recorder to tell her side of the story regarding several murders. She has sold the rights to her story to a famous novelist 'who is revealed early on in the book' to earn some money for the son she will leave behind when she is executed. The author does an excellent job taking you from present day to the past...before and after the crimes. There is a human side to this woman and part of you really wants to believe she had nothing to do with such a horrible act. You find yourself liking her and cheering her on early on in her life, but then you read her side of the story as she makes a series of choices that will effect so many people and change so many lives. In the end, the question remains...does she really take much if any responsibility for the crimes she is on death row for?
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