I Followed Close Behind Her
The theme of infanticide, like incest, is one of the most abhorrent and least understood conundrums. What makes up the kind of person who, like Susan Smith, would drive her two babies into the lake and leave them to drown? This novel leads the reader into unknown territory. It is about incest, loyalty and friendship, racism, Patsy Cline, and the Great Smoky Mountains the background of Susan Smith.
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