Love Her to Death

Love Her to Death

by M. William Phelps
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Love Her to Death 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 78 reviews.
sfc98 More than 1 year ago
Excellent true crime. This is so well written that you think you are reading a thriller/mystery fiction book, unfortunately everything is true. The characters jump off the pages and you feel that you know them, the courtroom chapters make you think like a juror, overall a great read, fast, thrilling and of course, unfortunately true.
cad33 More than 1 year ago
This book was great. I read it in 2.5 days and it was almost 400 pages long. I couldnt put it down. Great Author...
pinkyCS More than 1 year ago
THIS IS ONE OF THOSE BOOKS ONE CANNOT PUT DOWN. WITHOUT A DOUBT, ONE OF THE BEST OF M. WILLIAM PHELPS.............CHECK IT OUT!!!!
James Rzonca More than 1 year ago
This was the first book i read by m william phelps. I read the whole book in about three days! The only criticism i have is that it seemed a little repetitive with regards to the dialogue of emails between the characters, however, it is obvious how detailed and well researched this book is. I can appreciate the obvious time and effort he took to compose this story in such detail which makes it all that much better.
RORourke More than 1 year ago
This was an interesting book that was well written and it still always baffles me that people can be so narcissistic especially when it comes to children involved. Although, true crime books usually never have a happy ending, it is always nice to know that the killer got exactly what they deserved.
lori30 More than 1 year ago
Can't wait to read this.....the sample was fast paced, intriguing.... and have you ever seen a more beautiful cover? just saying.....
purplepooh1113210417 More than 1 year ago
This is so well written that you think you are reading a thriller/mystery fiction book, unfortunately everything is true. The characters jump off the pages and you feel that you know them, the courtroom chapters make you think like a juror, overall a great read, fast, thrilling and of course, unfortunately true.390 pages long recommend this too the ones who like true crime.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoy the true crime genre, and this sordid, tragic tale about a compassionate, warm mother of four murdered by her philandering undertaker husband barely needs embellishment to captivate. Yet, the author writes in this ridiculous, adolescent style, adding sarcastic commentary after explaining something Roseboro did like "what a guy". It sounds so unprofessional and silly. We don't need gratuitous judgnental comments to realize adultery and murder are wrong- it makes the author sound so silly, especially when compared to true crime masterpieces like "in the garden of good and evil", "fatal vision" or even Ann Rule. Embarrasing!
jedJE More than 1 year ago
Mr. Phelps is a decent writer, however, you will find no evidence of that in this poorly written account. Full of sophomoric humor and little else. Save your money.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im a fan of phelphis work i readthis book in two days he reallys keeps you up at nitekeep writing
Deb33 More than 1 year ago
Loved it...can't get enough of this author's books!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Did the police check the spikes on the bottom of the tiki torches? What bugs me is that there are no other rocks in the pool area except for around the torches. It looks to me that Roseboro took one from the ground ((causing the 2 stones to fall into the pool) and then stabed and beat Mrs. Roseboro with it! Other than that question I think the book covered EVERYTHING! Great read but oh so tradgic.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Such a sad, tragic story of greed and lust that Phelps tells perfectly, laying out all the facts but adding enough emotion to not make the book too clinical, therefore boring.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read a lot of true crime. Actually, I found reading about the affair very much a part of the story. This is why we like to read true crime, to try to imagine what is in the minds of these people. I would recommend this to any true crime reader. Very good book.
lleeLP More than 1 year ago
Is Michael Roseboro's blunt, flat and robotic response to his wife's death a consequence of working in the family owned funeral home business? Is this Roseboro's unique way of dealing with the grief and shock over the sudden and tragic drowning of his children's mother or is Roseboro simply not the emotional type?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The entire first half of the book is about the husband's affair(s). There is little evidence, even circumstancial that is discussed in this book. Just that he was a womenizor. I expected more for a true crime novel.
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Great read. Could not put it down.
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Waste of time. Too much detail on unimportant info.
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Very well written book, keeps you turning pages..another great but tragic book by phelps....Bn
Tiger_Girl More than 1 year ago
What the HECK! This completely ho-hum Mennonite mom (divorced twice already) seduces the moneybags overtaker and drives him crazy out of his mind with sexual longing into murdering his wife. Seriously folks, you can't make this stuff up. Good read, sad for the families involve. Great job by the author of drawing you into the case.
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