A chilling tale of a sociopathic wife and mother. . .compelling --"e;New York Times"e; bestselling author Harry N. MacLean
"e;Eye-opening. . . Phelps's writing reads like a mystery novel."e; --"e;Suspense Magazine"e;
It started when Alan Bates and his new wife arrived at his ex's house to pick up his two daughters for a weekend visit. Then two charred bodies were found in a burned-out car on a lonely Georgia road. . .and investigators pieced together a shattering story of a vicious divorce, a spurned woman's bitter rage, and a thirst for revenge that led to cruel, unflinching murder. Updating this gripping true-life thriller with shocking new details, M. William Phelps uncovers the cold heart of an unthinkable crime.
"e;One of America's finest true-crime writers."e; --Vincent Bugliosi
"e;Phelps is the Harlan Coben of real-life thrillers."e; --Allison Brennan
Includes 16 Pages Of Dramatic Photos
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