Almost Paradise by Kieran Crowley

106 x 171mm

The Murder Of Multimillionaire Ted Ammon In The Hamptons - America's Playground Of The Rich And Famous.

A fast-paced account of the sordid circumstances surrounding the brutal October 2001 bludgeon murder of multi-millionaire Ted Ammon. With interweaving narratives, Kieren Crowley presents the stories of the three principal players in this drama: Ammon; his estranged wife, Generosa; and her blue-collar lover, Danny Pelosi.

Generosa, whatever her involvement in her husband's death, if any, is clearly the villain of the piece. Possibly scarred by sexual abuse she claimed occurred in her youth, she became a cruel, manipulative and imperious woman who treated others like chattel, and who inflicted horrific emotional damage on the twins she and her husband had adopted.

Her rants and threats escalated as she began to suspect that Ammon was cheating on her and looking to end the marriage that had elevated her into high society. She struck back by beginning her affair with Pelosi, who was charged with the murder earlier this year.

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