Family Man: He was Wm. K. Sapp, husband, father of 2 young boys and a baby girl of his own. Behind his mask of seeming normalcy lay a murderous rage toward women. Here is the startling true story of a town besieged and of the relentless manhunt that tracked Sapp through the years and finally brought him to justice.
This author had good subject matter. She just didn't do much with it. Strangely I liked the Epilogue best which showed a little personality in the way she followed up with characters. Most of the book was a matter of direct quotes from questioning sessions and transcripts. While it might have been an effort at accuracy, I had great difficulty getting into it.