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I devoured this book! It was so fascinating to read this book written by the grandson of one of the defense attorneys for Gladys Broadhurst. Buy this book! You won’t regret it!… Amazon review

Sometimes the backstory of a true crime is just as interesting as the story itself. This is evident in ‘TIL DEATH DO US..’ by Patrick Gallagher.

The author’s grandfather, PJ Gallagher, was the lead defense attorney for the widow accused of first-degree murder in the death of her new husband. This was one of the most sensational murder trials ever conducted in Oregon, and it garnered nationwide attention in the news media.

In August 1945, Gladys Lincoln of Sacramento contacted prosperous Dr. W. D. Broadhurst of Caldwell, Idaho, and rekindled a romance from twenty years earlier.  After many passionate letter exchanges and several sexually-charged meetings, they were married in Reno, Nevada on May 20, 1946.  After a passion-filled three-day weekend together, the doctor returned to his home in Idaho, and Gladys returned to Sacramento … and to her husband, Leslie Lincoln! But Gladys was much more than a bigamist.

‘TIL DEATH DO US…’ examines Gladys, her numerous marriages, and her escalation into murder all backed up by the author’s research and personal letters from Gladys and her husbands. The great thing about true crime is you can’t make this stuff up!

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