An excellent true crime book about a man who killed his anchorwoman wife near Battle Creek, MI. I live about an hour away from when this happened, and I remember watching Diane King on the channel 41 news. This is a fascinating story from beginning to end.
True Crime is my favorite genre, and Ann Rule can\'t write fast enough
for me. This is the first book by Lowell Cauffiel I\'ve read, and it is one of the best. I am eager to read his other books. This one reads like a well written novel,and was hard to put down. Cauffiel is right up there with Ann Rule.
From the back cover - On a cold February evening, thirty-four-year-old TV anchorwoman Diane Newton King was gunned down in the driveway of her country home in Marshall, Michigan. Her son and infant daughter were the only witnesses.