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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
A sensitive study of a San Diego socialite convicted of murdering her ex-husband and his new wife. Photos. (July)
Ilene Cooper
She's been written about in countless articles; she's been interviewed by Oprah and "20/20"; she's even been played by Meredith Baxter in "two" TV movies. She's Betty Broderick, murderer of her ex-husband and his young second wife, and she's definitely gained the nation's attention as the ultimate woman scorned. Since Broderick, who is now serving two consecutive sentences on charges of manslaughter, loves talking to the press, there will no doubt be more articles and books about her. (Schwartz-Nobel's "Forsaking All Others" started the hardcover parade.) This one, however, is likely to remain the definitive account, not only because it's been meticulously researched and rivetingly written, but also because Stumbo understands the main characters so well and recognizes the mythic proportions of their story. For those who don't know the tale, Betty Broderick was living out her fantasies in beautiful La Jolla, California, as the wife of one of the city's most successful attorneys and the mother of his four children. But when Dan Broderick decided he preferred his young assistant to Betty, her world came crashing down. Soon the fighting escalated, with each side becoming madder (in both senses of the word) and more entrenched in their positions until, finally, Betty snapped--murdering both Dan and his new wife as they slept. Stumbo interviewed many of the main players in the drama--family, friends, lawyers, and, of course, Betty--and she seems to have a grasp of exactly why this tragedy occurred and at what points in the course of events things might have gone another way, if only the main combatants had been able to see things just a little bit differently. For anyone who wants to know the real story of the Brodericks, this is the book to read.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780671726683
  • Publisher: Pocket Books
  • Publication date: 5/11/1994
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 736
  • Product dimensions: 4.16 (w) x 6.82 (h) x 1.26 (d)

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  • Posted September 5, 2014

    This was an excellent book because it portrayed the marriage of

    This was an excellent book because it portrayed the marriage of Betty Broderick and its tragic denouement in a multi-faceted, non simplistic manner. Every time I have seen or heard discussions of this situation, Betty is portrayed as a nut who went out of control out of spite for being traded in for a younger woman. Not so. This case is multi-layered and this book is excellent at giving a fair and balanced picture of the case.

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