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Book Review: The Yoga Store Murder by Dan Morse

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I was asked to read and review “The Yoga Store Murder”. I found this book to be very interesting and hard to put down after I started reading it. The writing is excellent and his research into this case was excellent. Once you start reading it, it will be hard to put down. The characters, especially Jayna, will become important to the reader and you care about them. Also, the author was clear and easy to follow. Sometimes true crime books are hard to follow, but that is not the case here. I highly recommend this book.

One Response

  1. Brittany Norwood murdered her co-worker because the co-worker caught her stealing at work and called the manager to report her. After telling a list of lies to cover her crime, she was eventually found guilty of first degree murder. Then, at her sentencing hearing she had the audacity to ask the judge to have mercy on her and give her a sentence where she would be eligible for parole, stating it wasn’t for her but for her family who would miss her dearly while she was in prison. Obviously the family of the girl she murdered will miss their loved one and will never be able to see, touch or hear her again. Even with life without parole, Brittany’s family can visit her in prison and talk to her until she or they dies. It just shows that she feels no remorse for what she’s done. It shows she cares only about herself.

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