The wife of the man who killed her husband was also a serial killer, according to a new book.
The woman, who is not named in the new book, was in her mid-20s when she killed her former husband, who she met while working at a supermarket.
The killer used her name and likeness in her letters to his family, the New York Times reported.
The New York Post first reported on the book, titled The Woman who Killed Me, on Thursday.
It was released last week, two days before her death, the paper reported.
In her letters, which were published in the New Yorker, the woman said her life would not have been much different had she not been born.
“It’s like a dream,” she wrote, according the New Republic.
“My life will be a lot better than it would be if I didn’t have a husband, and if I never had to deal with the death of my husband.”
The woman’s father told the New Jersey newspaper that he was devastated by the revelation, according a New York Daily News report.
The book details the events that led to the woman’s murder and her family’s denial of the murders.
The man, who had a history of depression, had suffered from bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.
The victim’s sister said in the book that she had hoped her sister would return home.
“I just wanted her to be happy and be in the best shape that she could be,” she told the Times.
“That’s what I hoped she would do.
She didn’t come back.”
She told the paper that her brother-in-law was “a very nice, quiet guy, not like the crazy, violent, violent man that he appeared to be.”
The New Yorker also reported that police have questioned the man’s brother, who has not been arrested.
The widow, who was also known as Martha, told the newspaper that she didn’t want her name published for fear of her husband’s killers.
“He killed my mother, my father, my sister, my mother-inlaw, and my grandmother,” she said.
“And then he killed my grandmother.
I was just so terrified.”