[PDF/EPUB] Honeymoon Dive The Real Story of the Tragic Honeymoon Death of Tina Watson ↠ Lindsay Simpson


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  • Honeymoon Dive The Real Story of the Tragic Honeymoon Death of Tina Watson
  • Lindsay Simpson
  • English
  • 02 July 2019
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10 thoughts on “Honeymoon Dive The Real Story of the Tragic Honeymoon Death of Tina Watson

  1. says:

    I live in ueensland Australia and have visited Townsville so the setting of this nonfiction book was familiar to me Books written ab

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    I have followed the work of Jennifer Cooke both as a journalist and an author over many years Jennifer writes brilliantlyAs a scuba d

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    this book was fantastic it left me angry at the situation i have always wanted to know what happenedthe justice system sucks

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    Generally a good book Slow in some bits

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    This is a sad tale of a young woman who loses her life on her 'dream' honeymoon in Australia while atempting to dive the wr

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    Full disclosure I received a free copy of this book for reviewing purposes All opinions below are entirely my own This review was taken from my pageIt's easy to take a case like this in fact and fiction and demonize one side based on one's own thoughts but these two journalists didn't get to where they are by taking the easy way out This emotional and poignant case is handled delicately thoroughly and mostly objectively with just the righ

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    Although I am not a diver hell I am not even a swimmer I have been to Townsville several times now thanks to family living there Famil

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    Accident or Homicide?This is a well written and thorough account of the death of Tina Watson in October of 2003Tina Thomas and Gabe

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    Good book I actually changed my opinion half way through the book From believing Gabe was a cold hearted murderer I now believe he is

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    Bought this in the Hamilton Island airport as I was leaving after my first scuba diving experience Glad I read it after and not before True crime is always my guilty pleasure and this thick read was no exception I couldn't put it down The authors were very thorough I didn't have any uestions left when I was done reading an

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Honeymoon Dive The Real Story of the Tragic Honeymoon Death of Tina Watson

R fate as he later told police As the tragedy unfolded and witnesses came forward disturbing evidence mounted that something sinister might have occurred Could Gabe Watson have murdered TinaThis is the captivating mystery at the heart of this true life thriller as Lindsay Simpson and Jennifer Cooke cover two continents to discover the real stor. Good book I actually changed my opinion half way through the book From believing Gabe was a cold hearted murderer I now believe he is just an arrogant idiot He made out and probably believed himself that he was a better diver than he actually was and poor Tina fell for it and trusted him My only criticism of the book is that it was SO long I felt like I was reading about diving for DAYS RIP Tina

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At 1042 AM on 22 October 2003 while diving around the SS Yongala shipwreck site on the Great Barrier Reef a diver took what he thought was just one of many underwater photos But that picture was to tell a desperate story In the lower right hand corner of the shot Tina Watson's lifeless body lies 25 metres down on the ocean floor her arms outstr. I have followed the work of Jennifer Cooke both as a journalist and an author over many years Jennifer writes brilliantlyAs a scuba diver with 25 years diving experience and a criminal investigator with over 35 years experience this was always going to be one book that was going to fascinate me The media hype surrounding the death of Tina Watson and the subseuent conviction in Australia of her husband Gabe and the outcome of this trial in the USA was never going to tell the real story And that is exactly what this book has set out to do But this book does than that It gives everyone a chance to think deep and hard about so many aspects of these people s lives and the circumstances surrounding Tina s death For me personally did it give me the answers that I sought No it didn t and that is what I liked about it so much Everyone is entitled to form their own opinions and Fatal Honeymoon Dive contains plenty of opinions Are they right Some of the experts consider themselves able to provide irrefutable evidence And that is always the danger of focusing so hard on just one theory This book is a delicious smorgasboard As you sit down and feast on the story may I suggest you take a long hard look at all the ingredients you may just find some tidbits like I did that open up a new can of worms to ponder over Highly recommended

Review Honeymoon Dive The Real Story of the Tragic Honeymoon Death of Tina Watson

Etched reaching upwards This is the photograph which shocked millions across Australia and the USHow could this young woman have died a mere seven minutes into her dive when Gabe Watson her diving buddy and husband of only eleven days was a certified rescue diver How could such an experienced diver have panicked and abandoned his new wife to he. Full disclosure I received a free copy of this book for reviewing purposes All opinions below are entirely my own This review was taken from my pageIt s easy to take a case like this in fact and fiction and demonize one side based on one s own thoughts but these two journalists didn t get to where they are by taking the easy way out This emotional and poignant case is handled delicately thoroughly and mostly objectively with just the right amount of subjectivity to make it engagingThis work deals in complex people and an even complex case the nuances of which the authors are clearly dedicated to hammering out However it is in these details that I found myself a bit lost there are times in which as a reader I felt like I was being swamped with too much extraneous detail I m sure it d be invaluable were I a detective looking to solve the case but it felt like a little much for my tastesIt was slow reading at times but it also unfolded much like a live case it had definite highlights as well especially nearer the endThe bottom line This was my first foray into the true crime genre but an overall enjoyable one Clearly well researched the authors exhaustive coverage really brought the case to lifeWith uestions or comments please feel free to leave a comment below or contact me at SeanOngmailcom