I liked this book a lot. I like this author's style of writing - there was not a real long trial section, which I tend to dislike (page after page of every question posed to every witness, like it was taken verbatim from the trial transcript.)
Randy Headrick left one of the worst crime scenes DeKalb County, Alabama cops had ever seen. They found his wife with a Bowie knife still stuck in her throat and an Indian spear still embedded in her body, plus three bullets to the head. He also killed his mother-in-law, then tried to pin the crime on his own brother. To call Randy Headrick a monster would be an insult - to monsters.