Rebecca Stoddard is a self-proclaimed gold digger who has taken advantage of several husbands, most of which have ended up dead or ruined. It’s no wonder then that she has been called a Black Widow, by several newspapers and other media sources.
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James Powell is a journalist writing for the New York Times and is assigned to interview Rebecca.
Cold hearted and manipulative it wouldn't be easy for anyone to find a way to make Rebecca a sympathetic person, but then James always tries to see the best in people. Even if there isn't much to see and they describe themselves as not being unremorseful for crimes committed. Rebecca is also the key witness in the trial of a high-ranking gangster.
In this first novella, Rebecca reminisces to James about the period between when she left University and meeting her first husband. Was he the love of her life or her first victim?
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