If there is any excuse for this book, I haven't found it. It is difficult to understand how a man who has published two books on the English language could have produced a piece of work so full of errors in both grammar and punctuation. Quite apart from that, this author seems only slightly remorseful for having completely destroyed the life of the woman he married under false pretenses and for causing serious emotional damage to his two sons. Not content with the havoc he wrought on those victims, he now sees fit to smear the reputations of his deceased in-laws as well as those of many others who have had the misfortune to play a part in his life. All in all, this memoir paints a portrait of a selfish, egotistical, and utterly unlikeable individual and I'm sorry I wasted my money in buying it and even sorrier that I wasted my time in reading it.