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The Killing Of Anna Nicole Smith

Anna Nicole Smith first became famous as the 1993 Playboy Playmate of the Year. She later married octogenarian billionaire J. Howard Marshall, 63 years her senior. When he died without naming her in his will, Smith sued to inherit, alleging Marshall had promised her half his fortune, or $800 million. From then on her life was lived out in the tabloids as the public followed her court cases, wildly fluctuating weight, and all-too-obvious substance abuse. Marshall’s family fought her claim. In a

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  • Spanky's Mom says:
    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
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    A Love Letter to the Judge, July 4, 2010
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    Judge Seidlin has written a 337 page love letter to himself. He talks about how he is “elected, appointed and loved by the citizens and power structure of Broward County”. It is so hard to discern any of the facts of the case because they are so buried under the mounds of Larry talking about Larry. Don’t waste your money.

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  • Libbi says:
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    Judge’s Story About How Captivated He Is With HIMSELF, January 22, 2011
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    Libbi

    I was really looking forward to finding out the scoop from a (I assumed) knowledgeable source – I am fifty pages into the book and haven’t found out anything much about Anna Nicole Smith PERIOD. The vast majority of the info I have at this point is anecdotal info from the Judge about himself, and his thoughts about almost any and everything but Anna Nicole Smith. I will continue to forge on as I am hoping it will get better and he will leave his favorite topic (himself) and go on to the actual subject (supposedly) of this book, The Killing Of Anna Nicole Smith. Final thought: I am SO GLAD I checked this out at the library as opposed to spending my money on it. That would have been a waste, IMHO.

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  • pamela7690 says:
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    All about Judge Seilden, July 4, 2010
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    Looks like the Judge has to make some extra money for his retirement. NOT WORTH IT!!!!!! Wish I would have waited on this book till it was priced at 99 cents. I knew once I was on chapter 3 and Judge Seilden was just praising himself it was only gonna get worse. I think he was trying to get his point across that he was Mr. Wonderful in this case when I still see him as the ring leader of the circus. This was his ticket to fame.

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