Who Killed Sarah?

Front Cover
Public Eye Publications, 2005 - Law - 272 pages
0 Reviews
Penny Brummer was a lesbian. Sarah Gonstead was straight. Glenda Johnson, Brummer's ex-lover and Gonstead's best friend, wasn't sure what she was. When Gonstead was found dead near Madison, Wisconsin, shortly after she disappeared on March 15, 1994, investigators immediately focused on Brummer as the killer. Brummer was convicted of Gonstead's murder months later, but questions about the case continued. Sheila and Doug Berry now provide provocative answers to those questions in this riveting journey through a wilderness of errors. Along the way they take you to a twilight zone where evidence is ignored or manipulated, innocence is disbelieved and justice is denied to both Penny Brummer and Sarah Gonstead.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Prologue
11
Generation Xers
13
Missing
25
Murder in Cross Plains
41
Building a Case Backwards
59
Starting Out Certain
73
Digging for Dirt
87
Preparing for Trial
103
The Facts Are Irrelevant
131
A Lucky Break
151
Blue Monday
167
Finishing with a Bang
179
Spitting into the Wind
193
The Beginning of the End
209
The Verdict
229
Epilogue
249

The States Case Begins
117

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information