Hell Hath No Fury: A True Story of Wealth and Passion, Love and Envy, and a Woman Driven to the Ultimate Revenge

Hell Hath No Fury: A True Story of Wealth and Passion, Love and Envy, and a Woman Driven to the Ultimate Revenge

by Bryna Taubman
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Hell Hath No Fury: A True Story of Wealth and Passion, Love and Envy, and a Woman Driven to the Ultimate Revenge by Bryna Taubman

Dan Broderick was one of California's most successful attorneys; his wife, Betty, a beautiful socialite. But when Betty discovered Dan's hidden life, the façade of LaJolla's golden couple was shattered. What followed was a vicious five-year battle that finally ended in a shocking double-murder.

A Harvard Law School graduate, Dan manipulated the law to strip Betty of everything she loved: her home, her friends--even her children. When she frantically tried to fight back, he had her committed to a mental hospital. His new wife, Linda, even sent the once-beautiful Betty wrinkle cream ads and weight loss pamphlets.

Consumed by hatred and thoughts of revenge, Betty's rage exploded on the night of November 5, 1989. Before the sun rose the next day, Dan Broderick and his gorgeous new wife were dead--their bullet-riddled bodies wrapped in the blood-soaked sheets of their bed.

Hell Hath No Fury is a shocking story of wealth, passion, revenge, and a woman driven to murder.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781466801769
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 09/01/1992
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 352,380
File size: 555 KB

About the Author

Bryna Taubman is also the author of The Preppy Murder Trial.


Bryna Taubman is the author of The Preppy Murder Trial and Hell Hath No Fury.

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Hell Hath No Fury ( True Crime Classic Series) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ntrue10 More than 1 year ago
I was aware of the Broderick story for years, though this is the first time reading the book about their marriage and divorce. The book was well written, though toward the end of the book, the author reiterated Betty's statements so many times it started to become annoying! I would have to say that the book did present facts well. It actually swayed my opinion about Betty's premeditation--Worth reading, if you can get through the end of the trial!!