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A MARRIAGE: DESTROYED They were a picture-perfect family—until a bitter divorce drove Darren Mack over the edge. A Reno millionaire, Mack was ordered by the court to pay his wife $10,000 a month in alimony. Instead, he stabbed her in the garage while their daughter watched TV upstairs. A JUDGE: TARGETED The only person Mack hated more than his wife was the family court judg A MARRIAGE: DESTROYED They were a picture-perfect family—until a bitter divorce drove Darren Mack over the edge. A Reno millionaire, Mack was ordered by the court to pay his wife $10,000 a month in alimony. Instead, he stabbed her in the garage while their daughter watched TV upstairs. A JUDGE: TARGETED The only person Mack hated more than his wife was the family court judge who presided over their divorce. So, after killing his wife, he loaded his gun and went after the judge... and headed for Mexico with a stash of concealed weapons. A KILLER: WANTED So began an international manhunt for a rage-filled fugitive—featured on “America’s Most Wanted”—that eventually ended in Mack’s capture. In a dramatic trial, the public would learn shocking details of the swinging lifestyle that ended his marriage, the ugly divorce that fueled his anger, and the final straw that triggered his bloody spree.


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A MARRIAGE: DESTROYED They were a picture-perfect family—until a bitter divorce drove Darren Mack over the edge. A Reno millionaire, Mack was ordered by the court to pay his wife $10,000 a month in alimony. Instead, he stabbed her in the garage while their daughter watched TV upstairs. A JUDGE: TARGETED The only person Mack hated more than his wife was the family court judg A MARRIAGE: DESTROYED They were a picture-perfect family—until a bitter divorce drove Darren Mack over the edge. A Reno millionaire, Mack was ordered by the court to pay his wife $10,000 a month in alimony. Instead, he stabbed her in the garage while their daughter watched TV upstairs. A JUDGE: TARGETED The only person Mack hated more than his wife was the family court judge who presided over their divorce. So, after killing his wife, he loaded his gun and went after the judge... and headed for Mexico with a stash of concealed weapons. A KILLER: WANTED So began an international manhunt for a rage-filled fugitive—featured on “America’s Most Wanted”—that eventually ended in Mack’s capture. In a dramatic trial, the public would learn shocking details of the swinging lifestyle that ended his marriage, the ugly divorce that fueled his anger, and the final straw that triggered his bloody spree.

57 review for Love Her to Death: The True Story of a Millionaire Businessman, His Gorgeous Wife, and the Divorce That Ended in Murder

  1. 5 out of 5

    The Romance Book Disciple (Samantha)

    Overall, informative but I felt that the first half of the story painted a different picture than the second half. Darren was certainly the villain in the beginning, but when the story pivoted to the trial, he was painted with a less critical brush. It really stood out to me and sort of pulled me from the story at times trying to figure out what was the angle.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mara

    Very repetitive sequences throughout. The court sections of the book (so, the second half) were almost verbatim repeats of the first half of the book. Not necessarily entertaining; more informative, like a news article, which isn't bad, but not what I expected given how dramatic the synopsis is. Would've been much better as a shorter novel, and with some proofreading to catch mistakes (i.e. The year an event occurred, and an instance where an individual's name was swapped with an unrelated indiv Very repetitive sequences throughout. The court sections of the book (so, the second half) were almost verbatim repeats of the first half of the book. Not necessarily entertaining; more informative, like a news article, which isn't bad, but not what I expected given how dramatic the synopsis is. Would've been much better as a shorter novel, and with some proofreading to catch mistakes (i.e. The year an event occurred, and an instance where an individual's name was swapped with an unrelated individual.

  3. 4 out of 5

    D

    I thought this was a well written book about a tragic murder. It spent a lot of time on the trail, but the husband was so ridiculous in his excuses that he made the actual trial long too. So glad he was brought to justice! What a total narcissist!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Wyatt

    It's about a high-profile case which is about a divorce that lead's to an explosive, violent conclusion. The story is the prime example for a true-crime that hook's you in. It's about a high-profile case which is about a divorce that lead's to an explosive, violent conclusion. The story is the prime example for a true-crime that hook's you in.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Aura Erickson

    A true story of how reaching the peak of success cannot bring happiness. Darren Mack's addiction to pornography, swinging sex lifestyle and drugs drove him to murder and insanity. A true story of how reaching the peak of success cannot bring happiness. Darren Mack's addiction to pornography, swinging sex lifestyle and drugs drove him to murder and insanity.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Margaret

    The whole time I read reading this book, I coukd not be subjective. The husband is a huge @$$ and I'm glad he got what he deserved. I'm reading this going - how could someone be so cold and cruel?! The emails back and forth between them.. how he tried to control her spending. Truthfully, regardless of her not having a job or anything - you do whatever you need to do, to take care of yourself and your kids. Get a job. Don't depend on a man to do it for you, that was Charla's biggest mistake. And The whole time I read reading this book, I coukd not be subjective. The husband is a huge @$$ and I'm glad he got what he deserved. I'm reading this going - how could someone be so cold and cruel?! The emails back and forth between them.. how he tried to control her spending. Truthfully, regardless of her not having a job or anything - you do whatever you need to do, to take care of yourself and your kids. Get a job. Don't depend on a man to do it for you, that was Charla's biggest mistake. And not getting out sooner. The while "swinging" lifestyle was just ridiculous. Every weekend almost out partying? You have responsibilities. Grow up and get your acts together, I wanted to say to BOTH of them, throughout the book. This one definitely had me yelling and shaking my head throughout.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ronnie Cramer

    A wealthy Reno pawnbroker goes after his soon-to-be ex-wife AND the judge presiding over the divorce settlement. Not Glatt's best book (LOTS of divorce minutiae), but still interesting. A wealthy Reno pawnbroker goes after his soon-to-be ex-wife AND the judge presiding over the divorce settlement. Not Glatt's best book (LOTS of divorce minutiae), but still interesting.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kermy

    Too long. The Prince of Paradise is Glatt's best work. Too long. The Prince of Paradise is Glatt's best work.

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    Melissa Lenahan

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    Lisa Fronczkiewicz

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