Late Michelle McNamara's book "I'll be Gone in the Dark is No.1 Bestseller

The true crime book I'll Be Gone in the Dark written by Michelle McNamara has become No.1 in the Bestseller List on the New York Times. Comedian Patton Oswalt, widower of Michelle McNamara became proud of his wife and shared the news on social media on Wednesday. Patton Oswalt words in memory of his beloved wife are so adorable on Twitter. He writes that he is very proud of her as her work is being recognized. She is alive for her work even if she is no more physically present.

McNamara was working on the book in 2013 but she had a sudden unexpected death on 21st April 2016. She died while sleeping and the reason of her death could be accidental overdose of drugs. The book 'I'll Be Gone in the Dark' was originally published after two years of her death on 27th February 2018. Patton is often seen expressing love to his late wife. Seems like McNamara is still fresh in Patton's memory. On the day when her book got published, he twitted praising his wife "You did it, baby". Patton says, McNamara was a genius, passionate and ambitious women with lots of love. McNamara was very dedicated to her writing work, she used to do lots of research and she had very impressive writing skills. McNamara was one the best example of the existence of humanity in today's world, Patton added. Whenever McNamara used to see someone doing cruel or violent activities, she used to research on those crime or violent acts and wouldn't leave until the victims get justice according to Entertainment World.

In Words The true crime book I'll Be Gone in the Dark written by Michelle McNamara has become No.1 in the Bestseller List on the New York Times. Comedian Patton Oswalt, widower of Michelle McNamara became proud of his wife and shared the news on social media on Wednesday. Patton Oswalt words in memory of his beloved wife are so adorable on Twitter. He writes that he is very proud of her as her work is being recognized. She is alive for her work even if she is no more physically present. I hope you know, sweetie. I feel like you know. And I hope you know it when your work leads to his capture. #IllBeGoneInTheDark debuts at #1 on the @nytimes bestseller list. I’m so proud of you. pic.twitter.com/ryWf8pk7cM — Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) March 7, 2018 McNamara was working on the book in 2013 but she had a sudden unexpected death on 21st April 2016. She died while sleeping and the reason of her death could be accidental overdose of drugs. The book 'I'll Be Gone in the Dark' was originally published after two years of her death on 27th February 2018. Patton is often seen expressing love to his late wife. Seems like McNamara is still fresh in Patton's memory. On the day when her book got published, he twitted praising his wife "You did it, baby". Patton says, McNamara was a genius, passionate and ambitious women with lots of love. McNamara was very dedicated to her writing work, she used to do lots of research and she had very impressive writing skills. McNamara was one the best example of the existence of humanity in today's world, Patton added. Whenever McNamara used to see someone doing cruel or violent activities, she used to research on those crime or violent acts and wouldn't leave until the victims get justice according to Entertainment World.

 

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