The author did a very good job of making the story flow and overall it was a good read. However, the book only went up to the convictions and did not cover the overturn of Jay Smith's conviction. It did give a greater insight into the personality of Bill Bradfield.
The brutal murder of Susan Reinert, a gentle unaassuming English teacher shocked the affluent Philadelphia suburb. But at the end of a seven year investigation, the community's shock turned to horror when two of it's most respected educators were charged and ultimately found guilty of the crime.