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The Stranger She Loved Summary ´ 106 À [Reading] ➺ The Stranger She Loved Author Shanna Hogan – Gym-apparel.co.uk In 2007 Dr Martin MacNeill—a doctor lawyer and Mormon bishop—discovered his wife of 30 years dead in the bathtub of their Pleasant Grove Utah home her face bearing the scars of a facelift he persu In Dr Martin MacIn Dr Martin MacNeill a doctor lawyer and Mormon bishop discovered his wife of years dead The Stranger PDFEPUB or in the bathtub of their Pleasant Grove Utah home her face bearing the scars of a facelift he persuaded her to undergo just a week priorAt first the death of year old Michele MacNeill a former beauty ueen and mother of eight. This was an interesting read I live not far from where this all happened and I remember reading about it in the newspapers It was nice to read the whole story and what ended up happening in the end It was a little repetitive in that the author used the phrase she said in later years about a million times I'm exaggerating on the million but it was A LOT Maybe there aren't many ways to convey that someone said something later it just seemed to be in there all the time The MacNeill family the subject of this book are LDS The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints So am I The author brings up a few things to do with church and the temple that are not accurate I guess they are not super important to the story but it bothered me that she didn't check these details to make sure they were accurate She talks about the family attending services on Sunday at the temple and how while at the temple Dr MacNeill taught a Sunday school lesson This can't be accurate as temples are not open on Sundays Sunday school is not taught in temples Anyway just a few little details that I felt she could have easily clarified it wouldn't have been hard to do since she was apparently interviewing many people in Utah who were LDS not to mention she lives in Arizona and there is a high number of LDS members there as well The idea that she couldn't take a minute to confirm she had these details correct makes me wonder if there is anything else about the story and what really happened that she didn't get right

The Stranger She LovedIn Dr Martin MacNeill a doctor lawyer and Mormon bishop discovered his wife of years dead The Stranger PDFEPUB or in the bathtub of their Pleasant Grove Utah home her face bearing the scars of a facelift he persuaded her to undergo just a week priorAt first the death of year old Michele MacNeill a former beauty ueen and mother of eight. This was an interesting read I live not far from where this all happened and I remember reading about it in the newspapers It was nice to read the whole story and what ended up happening in the end It was a little repetitive in that the author used the phrase she said in later years about a million times I'm exaggerating on the million but it was A LOT Maybe there aren't many ways to convey that someone said something later it just seemed to be in there all the time The MacNeill family the subject of this book are LDS The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints So am I The author brings up a few things to do with church and the temple that are not accurate I guess they are not super important to the story but it bothered me that she didn't check these details to make sure they were accurate She talks about the family attending services on Sunday at the temple and how while at the temple Dr MacNeill taught a Sunday school lesson This can't be accurate as temples are not open on Sundays Sunday school is not taught in temples Anyway just a few little details that I felt she could have easily clarified it wouldn't have been hard to do since she was apparently interviewing many people in Utah who were LDS not to mention she lives in Arizona and there is a high number of LDS members there as well The idea that she couldn't take a minute to confirm she had these details correct makes me wonder if there is anything else about the story and what really happened that she didn't get right

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The Stranger She Loved ¹ Sed to con his way into medical school It would take six long years to solve the mystery of Michele's murder and secure a first degree murder conviction against the once prominent doctor New York Times bestselling author Shanna Hogan delves into the high profile case unmasking the monster beneath the doctor's carefully concocted façade. Very well written book I highly recommend Read & Download Ý PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Shanna Hogan

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Shanna Hogan ✓ 6 Read & Download Appeared natural But days after the funeral when Dr MacNeill moved his much younger mistress into the family home his children grew suspicious Conducting their own investigation into their mother's death the MacNeill's daughters uncovered their father's multiple marital affairs past criminal record and falsified college transcripts he u. Wow that's the first thing that came to mind as I read through this book This is the first murder trial I followed from start to finish rushing home from work to flip on the TV and see what had happened or to watch live action from the courtroom I had never read a book by Shanna Hogan before though her other books are on my to be read pile but when this one arrived I had to read it right away as this case has never left my mind The story has it all a seemingly perfect family mom a former beauty ueen described as kindness itself dad a brilliant man a doctor and a lawyer four beautiful biological children and later they even opened their home to four girls from Ukraine But beneath the surface things are not as perfect as they seem Abuse fraud infidelity mental illness drug addiction suicide cold blooded murder and my favourite a woman named Gypsy yes that's her real name When Michele MacNeill is found dead in her bathtub it is at first ruled a natural death most likely a heart attack or an overdose of pain pills following her recent plastic surgery But those who knew and loved Michele believed it to be murder at the hands of her husband Martin Michele's sister and her oldest daughter Alexis begin to investigate what really happened and begin to uncover so many dark secrets about the one time respected doctor and bishop The story is very well told Hogan does an excellent job presenting the facts of the case without bogging the reader down with details It was easy to keep the pages turning I read it in a little over a day and could not put it down at times The MacNeill family's story is both tragic and inspiring despite the many setbacks they suffer somehow the children remain bonded to each other which proves how great their mother's influence was and that good can truly trumph over evil This is the first book of Shanna Hogan that I have read but I now am greatly looking forward to reading her previous books and cannot wait to see what she will be writing about next I know this is a book and a story that will stay with me for a long time