If I Can't Have You: Susan Powell, Her Mysterious Disappearance, and the Murder of Her Children Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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|Listening Length||10 hours and 34 minutes|
|Author||Gregg Olsen, Rebecca Morris|
|Narrator||Laural Merlington, Kevin Pierce|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||06 May 2014|
|Publisher||Crime Rant Classics|
|Best Sellers Rank||
25,901 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
158 in Murder True Crime
326 in Murder & Mayhem Accounts
4.5 out of 5
1,057 global ratings
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Very sadReviewed in Canada on 2 February 2021
Although I had heard of the disappearance, I did not know the outcome of the children. This is such a sad story! I read stories like this because I want the victims to know they are not forgotten. I DO NOT read them to benefit the sadistic act of murder or torture or abuse.
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pathetic and sad true stories i have ever read - ...Reviewed in Canada on 23 February 2016
One of the most dramatic, pathetic and sad true stories i have ever read - I have no idea why poor Susan Powell saw anything in this pathetic wimp of a husband she married. There's more to it which they cannot prove - his father was involved I am sure - and why the cops never arrested Steven Powel is a mystery - they had more than enough evidence - and due to their not doing so 2 little boys were cruelly murdered by this mess of a man called their father. In this case, the police should have acted quickly - there were so many mistakes made resulted in the deaths of these 2 innocent little boys. One of the saddest domestic cases I have ever read.
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Fabulously WrittenReviewed in Canada on 7 December 2020
The second non fiction book Ive read that was written by Gregg Olsen and he never disappoints!! He covers all the details and gives all of the ACCURATE important information. And he covers it from the aspects of all involved. He writes in a manner that is easy to understand, so you can pick up where you've left off with no confusion. I highly recommend this book. Probably the best Ive read about the Susan Cox Powell story!
Difficult read, tragic storyReviewed in Canada on 3 September 2020
I’ve heard about this story before, so I was familiar with some of the events. The book seemed a bit patchy and it was hard to read. There didn’t seem to be a flow, especially in the beginning. The latter half was easier to read, though.