By Michele R. McPhee
Neil appeared like a dream come precise for Rachel: a good-looking, impeccably mannered, success-oriented Englishman, the fairytale husband she had dreamed of assembly. by the point Neil and Rachel Entwistle have been husband and spouse, dwelling the great lifestyles in a brand new England city, it used to be too overdue to bet the reality: that underneath Neil's beauty and manners was once a deceit and darkness...
On a iciness day in 2006, police got here to the Entwistle domestic and located the decomposing our bodies of twenty-seven-year-old Rachel and their nine-month previous daughter Lillian Rose. Rachel have been shot within the head. Lillian within the belly. And Neil was once long gone. quickly, professionals may commence a determined seek that may take them around the Atlantic to discover Neil...and carry him to trial for the killing of his relatives.
Heartless is the stunning tale of Neil Entwistle's cold-blooded homicide of his spouse and child.
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