Phelps shows how the ugliest crimes can take place in the quietest of suburbs. --Library Journal
When librarian Martha Gail Fulton was gunned down in a Michigan parking lot on a quiet evening, there were two obvious suspects--Gail's husband George, a former military officer . . . and George's mistress, the flashy businesswoman Donna Kay Trapani. Police were baffled to find that both had ironclad alibis. Yet evidence showed the shooter, a male, had an accomplice--a mystery woman. Now, M. William Phelps recounts the compelling real-life drama of a twisted love triangle that ended in bloody murder, and the riveting investigation that brought to light a master manipulator's trail of deadly deceit.
"Phelps is the Harlan Coben of real-life thrillers." –Allison Brennan
Praise for M. William Phelps
"One of our most engaging crime journalists." –Katherine Ramsland
"Phelps ratchets up the dramatic tension." –Stephen Singular
"One of America's finest true-crime writers." –Vincent Bugliosi
"Phelps creates a vivid portrait." –Publishers Weekly
Includes 16 Pages Of Dramatic Photos
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Published March 5, 2013
Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences.