Another great book by M. William Phelps. This one is about the murder of Cherry Walker by Kim Cargill. This book was well researched and well-written, with a lot of in-depth information on the case. It was compelling and intense, to say the least. I felt like I got to know both Cherry and Kim. I will say it now – Kim Cargill is a horrible, vile, evil person who is right where she belongs. I had heard of the case previously, but the book gave so much more information and perspective. And of course, the author did not forget the victim, Cherry Walker, such an innocent victim who did not deserve what happened to her, And she probably did not really understand what was happening to her until it was too late. To think of her fear in those moments really saddens me.
This is a great book and if you like true crime, read it!