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Never Enough by Joe McGinniss
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Oct 06, 2009

liked it
bookshelves: audiobook, true-crime
Read in October, 2009

Well "liked it" is not necessarily an accurate statement, but I couldn't give it two stars. It's not the author's fault that the characters in the book (real life people) were all dysfunctional - he was just telling it like he saw it.

This is the recounting of a true crime that took place in Hong Kong earlier this decade. A multi-millionaire investment banker is hacked to death by his wife who claimed she killed him after enduring years of sexual and emotional abuse. But that's not the only murder. The millionaire's brother is mysteriously murdered only a short time later - in Connecticut. The writing is good - the author keeps the story moving. He really did his research and includes viewpoints from all sides.

I know they say money can't buy happiness. This book definitely gives that statement some substance.
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