Book Reviews of The Sleepwalker: The Trial That Made Canadian Legal History

The Sleepwalker: The Trial That Made Canadian Legal History
The Sleepwalker The Trial That Made Canadian Legal History
Author: June Callwood
ISBN-13: 9780770424800
ISBN-10: 0770424805
Publication Date: 11/1/1991
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Book Type: Paperback
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A brutal murder...a killer who claimed to be sleepwalking...

On Saturday night, May 23, 1987, Ken Parks drove 14 miles to the home of his in-laws. After stabbing his wife's mother to death and almost killing her father, Ken turned himself in to the police saying, "Oh my God, I think I just killed two people." It seemed like an open and shut murder case. Instead it was a trial that made legal history.

Most interesting and well written!