In a child's name: the legacy of a mother's murder
Tracing events from the Midwestern states of Indiana and Kentucky to the East Coast, the author of such major bestsellers as Serpico and King of the Gypsies has written a dramatic and terrifying book about a charming and successful psychopath and the woman who loved him--and whom he murdered. The custody battle over the couple's infant son makes this true story all the more tragic. 16 pages of photographs.
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Review: In a Child's Name: The Legacy of a Mother's MurderUser Review - Goodreads
This is a well written account of a dentist who murders his wife and avoids justice for quite some time. Peter Maas knows how to write true crime without too much drag. Read full review
Review: In a Child's Name: The Legacy of a Mother's MurderUser Review - Kelly Cardwell - Goodreads
I remember watching the lifetime movie mini series about this case. The Taylor family are some sick human beings! Hope Teresa is at rest and her son grew up to know that she loved him. Read full review