I have enjoyed the books that I have read by M. William Phelps, and this one is no different. I was enthralled by the story of the murder of Bob Dow. The lives of the two convicted young women, Bobbi Jo Smith and Jennifer Jones, was interesting, to say the least, if not a bit confusing. Phelps gave a good case of the overcharging of Bobbi Jo Smith. Unfortunately, the jury tended to believe the lies of the co-defendant, Jennifer Jones, who would not know the truth if it hit her in the face. The book was well-written and well researched. I thought it was very good.