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By Stephanie Madoff Mack
A New York Times bestseller, the explosive and heartbreaking memoir from the widow of Mark Madoff and the daughter-in-law of Bernard Madoff
When the scoop of Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme broke, not anyone used to be extra stunned than the participants of his family. sooner than then, Madoff’s son, Mark, and daughter- in-law, Stephanie, had equipped an idyllic existence. but, whereas Mark’s thriving enterprise used to be fullyyt break away his father’s now infamous fund, he and Stephanie came across themselves within the eye of the storm—and grappling with their very own feel of betrayal. Mark refused to determine or communicate to his mom and dad, and at the moment anniversary of his father’s arrest, he hanged himself.
Left to elevate her youngsters as a unmarried mom, Stephanie tells the genuine tale of her marriage to Mark, of being part of the Madoff relations, and of existence for 2 years following her father-in-law’s arrest and incarceration. The finish of Normal is a searing within examine the most arguable tales of our time, and a unprecedented memoir of surviving own tragedy amid public scandal.
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The End of Normal: A Wife's Anguish, A Widow's New Life by Stephanie Madoff Mack