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Burning Bed Recounts The Tragic Story Of Francine Hughes, A Battered Wife Who In Desperation Murdered Her Abusive Husband, Detailing Their Marriage, The Deterioration Of Their Relationship, The Murder, And The Trial That Followed.

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✅ Burning Bed  PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Faith McNulty – Pandorajewelry70off.us
  • Paperback
  • 290 pages
  • Burning Bed
  • Faith McNulty
  • English
  • 16 September 2018
  • 0380707713

10 thoughts on “Burning Bed

  1. says:

    Ignore the crappy cover, title blurb this was one important book in it s day The story of Francine Hughes became a rallying cry for a growing movement to change domestic violence laws Ranks divided on the verdict, she got away with murder or justice was served , everybody had an opinion whatever More significant than the verdict was that people were finally talking, it couldn t be swept under the rug any Read it so long ago that I can t honestly comment on the writing style I Ignore the crappy cover, title blurb this was one important book in it s day The story of Francine Hughes became a rallying cry for a growing movement to change domestic violence laws Ranks divided on the verdict, she got away with murder or justice was served , everybody had an opinion whatever More significant than the verdict was that people were finally talking, it couldn t be swept under t...

  2. says:

    A triumphant and bittersweet story of a woman who overcomes years of abuse in the only way she knows how, The Burning Bed is both sad and yet inspirational all at once.

  3. says:

    A true crime story of the living nightmare Francine Hughes endured during the late 1970 s in Mason, Michigan An intense, but fast read detailing both physical and verbal abuse as well as cruelty to animals at its worst dished out by Francine s husband Mickey I...

  4. says:

    This was a heart rending true story and it made uncomfortable reading throughout most of the book.The story of Francine Hughes and her marriage to Mickey is almost unbelievable and yet all too true Francine married Mickey when she was just sixteen and he was several years older, Francine had been taught by her mother that a wife must be dutiful, keep the home spotless and to respect her husband Mickey was an inadequate and uneducated man who felt that Francine belonged to him and that he had This was a heart rending true story and it made uncomfortable reading throughout most of the book.The story of Francine Hughes and her marriage to Mickey is almost unbelievable and yet all too true Francine married Mickey when she was just sixteen and he was several years older, Francine had been taught by her mother that a wife must be dutiful, keep the home spotless and to respect her husband Mickey was an inadequate and uneducated man who felt that Francine belonged to him and that he had the right to tell her what she could and could not do Francine was a very naive and kind girl who tried so hard to keep Mickey happy and he just took her efforts for granted They had not been married for long before Mickey started to be abusive, both verbally and physically, Francine did nothing to provoke him and she never retaliated Over the years they had four children and Mickey continued to beat Fr...

  5. says:

    Terrible, terrible story And true Francine Hughes, after fourteen years of spousal abuse at the hands of her husband, sets a gas accelerated fire around the bed of her sleeping, drunk husband who had spent the day drinking and abusing her.When you read the story the words are written as if a reasonable and innocent woman, who might otherwise have never experienced violence, was caught in a situation so horrible that the only way out was to murder her husband Actually he was her ex husband but Terrible, terrible story And true Francine Hughes, after fourteen years of spousal abuse at the hands of her husband, sets a gas accelerated fire around the bed of her sleeping, drunk husband who had spent the day drinking and abusing her.When you read the story the words are written as if a reasonable and innocent woman, who might otherwise have never experienced violence, was caught in a situation so horrible that the only way out was to murder her husband Actually he was her ex husband but he refused to leave.I had mixed feelings about the acquittal, jury handed down a decision of temporary insanity It was pretty clear that if she didn t kill him he was going to kill her But the self defense excuse was not going to fly because he had been asleep when s...

  6. says:

    I read this book when it came out years ago I found it frightening and horrific This poor women was constantly abused by her husband both physically and mentally In the end she couldn t take it any so she set her husband s bed on fire while he was sleeping in it and killed him Then there was the court case against her She got off as not guilty because of all the abuse they were able to prove They made a movie of it a few years after the book was released and I saw that too Farrah Fawc I read this book when it came out years ago I found it frightening and horrific This poor women was constantly abused by her husband both physically and mentally In the end she couldn t take it any so she set her husband s bed on fire while he was sleeping in it and killed him Then there was the court case against her She got off as not guilty because of all the abuse they were able to prove They made a movie of it a few years after the book was released and I saw that...

  7. says:

    I read this book in the mid 1980 s, it was a great book that shed light on a huge problem that had been ignored for way too long I am from Shaftsburg, Michigan which is a short distance from where this took place, so it made it eveninteresting The guy in the story got just what he deserved and eve...

  8. says:

    I loved this story When I was in high school, a teacher recommended it to me, and I checked it out of the library Fast forward about 7 years, I took it out of the library again without remembering I had already read it It s even better now than it was 7 years ago I would recomme...

  9. says:

    the burning bed was one of my sixth grade book reports i have always liked to read and cheated because i had probably read it in fifth grade my teacher chatted with my mom about my choice of book for these papers my mom always let me rea...

  10. says:

    I had a review posted but Goodreads ate it.

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