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Please enter the email address that you use to login to TeenInk. At age 25, she committed murder as an act of self defense against her own husband, Phillip. However, their fairytale story came to a heartbreaking halt when Patrick passed away due to a heart attack. The two got married, but their beautiful family lasted only so long until Maggie found herself facing abuse, unfaithfulness, and a strong desire for divorce. Before this split could happen, however, the singer faced time in prison and an electrifying murder trial. Was Maggie Bradford capable of committing a third murder? The plot meets four of the five criteria for a good mystery: a believable and sympathetic protagonist, smart bad guys who still get caught, a sufficient amount of clues, and a well-researched time period.
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The glamorous world of celebrity is not what it seems in this gripping stand-alone thriller from bestselling author James Patterson. Not only because the defendant is Maggie Bradford, the woman whose songs have captured hearts across the globe. And not only because the victim is Will Shepherd, the internationally admired athlete. But also because people are saying that Maggie has murdered not just one husband, but two. James Patterson. His books have sold in excess of million copies worldwide. James is passionate about encouraging children to read.
It was the trial that electrified the world. Not only because of the defendant, Maggie Bradford, the woman whose songs captivated the world's heart. Not only because of the victim, Will Shepard, the world's most glamorous athlete. But also because everyone said Maggie had murdered not just one husband, but two. And because in Maggie's world - the world she feared and despised but could not escape, the world of the powerful, the rich, and the ruthless - both death and life could never be what they seemed. See Our Books.