Butcher details the shocking true story of the murder of April Barber by her seemingly devoted husband Justin, who turned out to be a cold-blooded killer. The case was featured on "Dateline" and "48 Hours." Original....
|Title||:||To Love, Honor, and Kill|
|Number of Pages||:||320 Pages|
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To Love, Honor, and Kill Reviews
This one gets three stars for the title alone. This is the "I Used To Love Her But I Had To Kill Her" murder -- Justin Barber downloaded the song, took his wife out to dinner and shot her on the beach, and then deleted the song before turning his computer over to the police. They never found the gun and couldn't prove that he had ever owned or had access to a gun, so I was a little surprised that he was convicted (especially given that he was shot four times during the episode -- self-inflicted according to the prosecution).
True story of the murder of April Barber. This couple lived in Douglas, GA for a short time. 48 HOURS episode of this crime is "Secrets in the Sand." ----- FROM webpage: In August 2002, April Barber was fatally shot while walking with her husband, Justin. Justin was also shot and sustained four bullet wounds in the incident, which he described as an attack by an unknown assailant. In July 2004, after an extended investigation, Justin Barber was arrested for the murder of his wife.
Although from the outset I thought I knew the identity of the killer, after all doesn't it say so in the loner notes!? But after hearing all the agruements, I am glad that I was not on that jury. It always amazes me what some women will put up with in the name of love.
About a man that killed his wife because he didn't want another divorce and had a $2M life insurance policy plus a mountain of debt.
An interesting book. It could have been about a hundred pages shorter because the author rewrote the same information about three different times throughout the book.
Can you tell that I have an addiction to true-crime novels now?
i liked the beging. its just like a csi show. but now im in the middle and cant seem to get through it. its lost my interest. im gonna read my dean koontz now, i think