Reviewed by Emily Terasa (Library Staff)
In this chilling telling of a real-life murder, readers are transported to the heart of Mormon country in Utah. The beautiful former beauty queen, Michele MacNeill, died a few days after routine plastic surgery. Her death was ruled to be from natural causes, but her daughters always believed their father killed their mother.
Martin MacNeill, the husband, is cold, calculating, and able to paint the picture of being a devoted husband, but under the surface many discrepancies from his past come about.
Following the years of toil for the daughters, as well as the trial, this book is full of shocking tidbits as the state tries to convict this devious man of murder.
Located in Adult Nonfiction (364.1523 HOG)