Everybody's Best Friend: The True Story of a Marriage That Ended In Murder
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Everybody's Best Friend: The True Story of a Marriage That Ended In Murder

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The shocking murder that exposed a devoted husband as a cold-hearted killer

To Love, Honor-And Murder...
Inside a beautiful house in Philadelphia's ritzy Main Line section lay the body of a young mother
--dead of an apparent drowning in her bathtub. With no sign of a break-in, no history of marital problems, and the naïve belief that these things sometimes just happen, Stefan...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published January 15th 1999 by St. Martin's True Crime
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♥ Marlene♥
This book has been on my shelf for years. Maybe a decade even.
I am reading it now and enjoying it.

Update: June 22 2012.
Finished it this morning and I must say I enjoyed reading this.

The writing style was one I liked. Maybe other people thought it was slow. It is a lot about how the cops were preparing for the trial, but I did not mind that at all. (The end was a bit of a let down but hey, not the author's fault) Other observations: I would have liked to know more about his friends, the ones that...more
Draven
This book takes sensationalism to a whole new level! It was downright repulsive. I felt like I was reading the Enquirer and needed a shower after every chapter. There was no sticking to the facts, no effort to remain balanced or unbiased, which I consider to be the hallmarks of proper true-crime writing. It was narrated in multiple first person voices, which made almost 90% of the material debatable in truth and at times seemed to delight in the poor young woman's tragic death at the hands of he...more
Louise
Shocking Book!! From back cover: "Inside a beautiful house in Philadelphia's ritzy Main Line section lay the body of a young mother, dead of an apparent drowning in her bathtub. With no sign of a break-in, no history of marital problems, and the naive belief that these things sometimes just happen, Stefanie Rabinowitz's family prepared to bury the 29-year-old wife and mother. But at the eleventh hour, because Stefanie was so young, and because there were no witnesses to her death, an autopsy was...more
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Kenneth F. Englade is a New Mexico-based author who has published nine books dealing with high profile trials. His latest book, Meltdown in Haditha: The Killing of 24 Iraqi Civilians by U.S. Marines and the Failure of Military Justice, will be published in 2015 by McFarland & Co. He also published five historical novels dealing with the pre-Civil War West. His books have been published in Germ...more
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