If I Knew Then . . . by Amy FisherOne of the most recognized names in America, Amy Fisher--now thirty and a happily married mother and award-winning journalist--finally tells the true story in her own words and includes many never-before-seen photographs. Amy writes candidly of her childhood, her relationship with Joey Buttafuoco, the shooting, life in prison, parole, and how she has pieced her life back together again. Its both a chilling cautionary tale and an intensely personal and truly inspirational story of remose, rehabilitation, and redemption.
IF I KNEW THEN...
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Is there really anything else we need to know about Amy Fisher, the teen who in shot her boyfriend's wife? Maybe not The easy-to-follow narrative, written in unadorned, often amateurish prose, unfolds chronologically. As Fisher explains, she was an abused child; her father had a hair-trigger temper and beat his wife and daughter. Refreshingly, though, Fisher doesn't get too wrapped up in victimizing herself. When she was 13, "a bad age to move," the family relocated from one Long Island town to another, more upscale one.
Amy Elizabeth Fisher born August 21,  is an American woman who became known as "the Long Island Lolita " by the media in , when, at the age of 17, she shot and severely wounded Mary Jo Buttafuoco , the wife of her illicit lover, Joey Buttafuoco. Paroled in , Fisher became a writer and a pornographic actress.
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