Never Leave Me: A True Story of Marriage, Deception, and Brutal Murder

Never Leave Me A True Story of Marriage Deception and Brutal Murder In a quiet community of million dollar homes and shiny SUVs the Nyce family projected the very image of success Dr Jonathan Nyce an asthma sufferer had achieved medical breakthroughs that made him

  • Title: Never Leave Me: A True Story of Marriage, Deception, and Brutal Murder
  • Author: John Glatt
  • ISBN: 9780312934279
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a quiet community of million dollar homes and shiny SUVs, the Nyce family projected the very image of success Dr Jonathan Nyce, an asthma sufferer, had achieved medical breakthroughs that made him rich and offered hope to countless people Michelle s beauty made her an object of desire And adultery was her husband s worst nightmare.Police found Michelle s Land CruiseIn a quiet community of million dollar homes and shiny SUVs, the Nyce family projected the very image of success Dr Jonathan Nyce, an asthma sufferer, had achieved medical breakthroughs that made him rich and offered hope to countless people Michelle s beauty made her an object of desire And adultery was her husband s worst nightmare.Police found Michelle s Land Cruiser floating in a frigid creak near the family home When forensic investigators examined Michelle s horribly battered body, they knew she had not died in the car Or by accident.Soon, the truth began to emerge Of a brilliant man whose beautiful wife had a lover she could not stay away from Of a family including three innocent children pushed to the breaking point And of one brutal moment, when a man finally ended his torment by horrifically murdering the woman he loved

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    About "John Glatt"

    1. John Glatt

      English born John Glatt is the author of Lost and Found, Secrets in the Cellar, Playing with Fire, and many other bestselling books of true crime He has than 30 years of experience as an investigative journalist in England and America Glatt left school at 16 and worked a variety of jobs including tea boy and messenger before joining a small weekly newspaper He freelanced at several English newspapers, then in 1981 moved to New York, where he joined the staff for News Limited and freelanced for publications including Newsweek and the New York Post His first book, a biography of Bill Graham, was published in 1981, and he published For I Have Sinned, his first book of true crime, in 1998 He has appeared on television and radio programs all over the world, including Dateline NBC, Fox News, Current Affair, BBC World, and AE Biography He and his wife Gail divide their time between New York City, the Catskill Mountains and Londoncmillan author johnglatt

    801 thoughts on “Never Leave Me: A True Story of Marriage, Deception, and Brutal Murder”

    1. This was an okay true crime book - nothing that I would actually recommend to someone. Most definitely not to a regular t.c. reader. John Glatt is a good writer but in Never Leave Me he went on and on about the husband's work. How he started a company and this and that and it was just far too much for me. I'm more interested in the lives of the people before the crime, the crime itself, the court proceedings, and the lives afterwards (if applicable). All the talk of his education and professiona [...]


    2. The Nyce family murdert such a "nice" family after all. Forensic science and intense courtroom drama, Yes pleasebut the reader must sludge thru redundant, self-serving marriage muck and mire for the first half-book to arrive there. I felt the author took too many speculative liberties in presenting the facts. Difficult to stay with this dull story because the murderer/ husband and his victim/wife offered no qualities to evoke my concern, simply disdain. So I rooted for their three children, basi [...]


    3. I wasn't overly keen on this book. There was far too much detail about work and not enough about the life of all the people involved. I had to skip pages here and there as I was quite bored. There were references made throughout the book about the wife's instability and that she suffered from bipolar disorder but that was never dealt with or discussed in any detail so I was left wondering "was she" "did she". There wasn't enough meat on the bones of this story for me. It seemed to skim and skip [...]


    4. In my opinion, the book was really interesting. It was hard to judge, since this is just view and actually the reader would never (might) know the real murder of Michelle. John Glatt did a great job on investigating and show us more about this broken marriage. I wish that I could knew what happen with the custody of the children, if at least they the opportunity to visit their family in the Philippines.I would say that I like the form of the book, the story unfolds as the events goes. Is well ex [...]


    5. This was a difficult book to read. The author spent way too much time on boring details that didn't help the story. Also, the author's telling of the story felt very biased. I struggled to finish this one.


    6. I didn't dislike this book I just wasn't really sure how to feel about it. It wasn't boring, but it also wasn't interesting. I also sort of felt guilty after reading it because I really didn't like the murder victim at all.



    7. I really had a hard time getting through this book. The 1st half was very boring and was all about Nyce's career. The second half was about the trial but was just repetitious and very dry reading.


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