I am a HUGE true crime story fanatic, and while this is just a short, strictly factual account without the hype and pizzazz of books by Anne Rule, Joe McGinniss, or M. William Phelps, to name a few, it delivers the chilling account of love gone wrong for Helen Potts and Anna Sutherland. *SPOILER ALERT* Grey sets the scene for how Carlyle Harris used marriage as a way to become intimate with Helen Potts and how when his web of lies came crashing down around him, instead of wishing he were dead, he wished Helen were, and made it happen. Then in an apparent copycat murder, Robert Buchanan's greed for Anna Sutherland's money led him to try and use the same method of murder, but without making the same mistake Harris did. The callous, heartless manner in which these men treated the women they were supposed to love sent chills up and down my spine. *END SPOILER ALERT*
As soon as I finished this short, I started on J. Gunnar Grey's Trophies and I plan to follow that up with Deal with the Devil! I love this author's voice and am quickly becoming a fan!