Blind Faith

Blind Faith

by Joe McGinniss
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Blind Faith 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just finished book, i had a very hard time putting this book down....very well written..you will not be disappointed in reading this book, Rob as you will read is a piece of work..Marie will live on forever in her boys hearts and memories ,,and her three boys Roby,Chris, John are the victims also .. and Rob deserved everything he got !! Bn
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story just went on and on. I think this book could have been condensed in volume, alot of unecessary information given which I found myself skipping pages. If this murder had happened in todays time, the real killer, that is the person who shot Maria Marshall would be on death row. It seems that there was no forensics done, no follow up on evidence, or alibi's. Sure, Rob Marshall was indirectly responsible, but he did not pull the trigger, therefore the real murderer walked away a free man. What a travesty of justice.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read this particular book years ago - excellent. Lovw this author; wish he'd write more true crime
DocDoug More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this 'inside glimpse' of the dysfunction of Tom's River, New Jersey and the people who live there. I felt sorry for 'the boys' and their mother, but truly could indentify with Rob. You see, I'm a Prison Psychologist. He ends up where he belongs.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very sad story. Book was well written and an interesting read. Amazing the lengths some people will go to. I truly felt sorry for the kids in this story. They are the ones that were hurt the most and by their dad of all people. He manipulated his sons in every way possible. He cared about himself and himself. How he could live with himself I don't know. At least after he died it gave the boys some sense of closure and they could finally move on.
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Read the book and saw the movie How could he do it and lie about it?
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I watched the movie on Lifetime during Christmas and enjoyed it. I would like to know if Rob Marshall is still in death row and do his children believe in his innocence, etc.