Jeanne Dominico lost her life at the hands of her 16 year old daughter's boyfriend because she refused to let her move with him to another state. I felt very emphatic towards the friends of Jeanne. This was such a very sad and heartbreaking story. This is not because of the crime itself, which was heartbreaking, but because of the way the book is written. By the end of the book, I never wanted to see anyone use air quotes again! We can handle seeing those words in their entirety.
Billy may have been the one holding the knife and committed the murder but Nicole was beyond the being the murderer. She is the only thing standing between our love. With interviews and summary of the police interviews and court transcripts, you get a complete picture of what happened, he takes you step by step through the crime, the after effects, how each person came to be where they were and how it all ended. You have to say it was as if she held the knife herself and killed her mother. Cannot believed that something like this could happen, let alone a daughter could do that.
. Not too long but is packed with lots of detail that will give us readers a thorough oberview of the case of Billy Sullivan who killed Jeanne Dominico with the help of her daughter Nicole. Jeanne did the best she could handling the relationship of her daughter Nicole and Billy. They vowed to do anything to be together, and made long trips for short visits, and tried to convince Nicole's mother, Jeanne Dominico, to allow Nicole to move in with Billy. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Bitte besuche unsere um mehr zu erfahren, auch dazu, wie du Cookies deaktivieren und der Bildung von Nutzungsprofilen widersprechen kannst. I also believe Nicole needed life in prison without parole.
It is nothing less than chilling, another example about what can happen when children are improperly parented. This is not because of the crime itself, which was heartbreaking, but because of the way the book is written. This was one of the first books I have read of M. In this particular case none was the reason. More than forty stab wounds and blows to her head with a blunt instrument had cut her life short. A quote I liked while reading this book and I fully believe it! I think what the problem was is that this book is really about 4 people only.
The investigation and trail was a pretty quick work, the only question being sanity. One young girl, Nicole, without her father in her life looking for that love to replace her father's absence and Billy it was. Warren said that the song was a tribute to her father. I still do not understand how Nicole turned out to be like this and looking at the memorial page there are no pictures of her. I understand that they were used to quote actual dialog, but he rarely quoted a whole sentence, only a few random words here and there. Then at the tragic end to find out Billy was a real sociopath. Had the author not repeated over and over how obsessed Nicole was with Billy and how in love they thought they were, the book could've easily been a 100 pages shorter.
. Jeanne Dominico was brutally beaten and stabbed to death, her injuries showed she fought with her murderer. I was going to write that hopefully, people can learn from this awful situation and watch for warning signs but according to the book, I'm not sure Jeanne could have done anything to prevent the horror that befell her. William Phelps is a skilled researcher who knows how to delve for facts and nuances, and page by page, he uncovers the details, delineating the story of this young couple's disastrous obsession from its inception to its miserable conclusion. Him from a violent family, constantly witnessing her mother and father fighting. Why didn't she go home and stop him.
All that being said I thought the book was a bit too long. Phelps thought we didn't have the respect to pay attention to his writing. Another popular cover was recorded by singer for her. Especially I enjoyed the beginning of the story. William Phelps and I have to say I was very pleased.
But it was Nicole's stunning confession and guilty plea that led to Billy's sensational trial, where a sordid tale of love, loss, betrayal and murder finally took a cold-blooded killer offline--and on line for justice. William Phelps writes about, he captures the heart of the story. Phelps is one of the regular and recurring experts frequently appearing on two long-running series, Deadly Women and Snapped. William Phelps is one of the main commentators on the show so when I came across this book, it was the perfect choice since I had been wanting to get acquainted with his writing style. Sort of a cautionary tale about meeting people online, or trusting your kids or something.