Love You to Death by Jackie Uhrmacher

Love You to Death by Jackie UhrmacherJill and Elle have been best friends ever since the time Elle killed her alcoholic husband in the back alley of a bar in New York. As time went by, they met handsome men, were married, discovered that the men had some sort of personality defect, and then they killed them. Elle kept a notebook with extensive notes on her husbands, keeping up with dates and places, and of course, a copy of the obituary. Jill’s notebook was not as complete, but her notes were also clear and concise.

The women were working on a new plan to kill Jill’s husband, Marcus, but they could not agree on the proper procedure. Adding to the complication was the fact that Jill was falling more deeply in love with Marcus, and she really did not want to kill him. Elle berated her for being weak, but once she had Rhys to concentrate on, she changed her tune just a bit. Marcus worried the women when he decided to write a book on female serial killers who had gotten away with it, making them feel that they would soon be caught.

Jill and Elle are great characters, strong women who took care of their marital problems in a decidedly unconventional way. I was pleased that Marcus and Rhys figured them out and loved them anyway. Love You to Death was a fun book to read; it held my attention and made me laugh out loud.

Book Stats:

  • Paperback: 100 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 22, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 149033551X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1490335513

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Jill and Elle have been best friends ever since the time Elle killed her alcoholic husband in the back alley of a bar in New York. As time went by, they met handsome men, were married, discovered that the men had some sort of personality defect, and then they killed them. Elle kept a notebook …

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Summary : Jill and Elle are great characters, strong women who took care of their marital problems in a decidedly unconventional way. I was pleased that Marcus and Rhys figured them out and loved them anyway. Love You to Death was a fun book to read; it held my attention and made me laugh out loud.

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My name is Mary, and I’m a serious book junkie, with a large personal collection of reading material. I’m fascinated by ghosts, the paranormal, and true crime stories. I love discovering the possibilities in the next world and am curious about the reasons people do what they do in this one. I’ve been reading since the age of 3, and always have a book or two or three going. I’m an elementary school substitute teacher, and I always have a book or two in my “bag of tricks”. My new favorite is “Frog in a Bog”. My husband and daughter do not share my passion for books, and secretly think I’ve gone over the top with my collecting and reading habits, but I firmly believe there are worse habits I could have!

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  1. Thank you so much for the review!