Flesh and Bloodby Patricia Springer
Slashed on the neck, Darlie Routier swore that an intruder invaded her home in an upscale community outside of Dallas on June 6, 1996, killed her two young sons, attacked her, then fled through the garage while her husband and infant son slept upstairs. But overwhelming evidence soon convinced police that it was Darlie who had committed the heinous crime. It would
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This was a very interesting case although drawn out. The first half of the book gave kept me attentive. I could tell right away everthing about the murder had to of been staged. I knew the mother had to of been guilty! But, what were her motives? I thought I'd learn more about the case in the second half of the book, but, I didn't. The second half delt strictly with the trial. It was long and drawn out...very repetitive. I found it hard to finish reading this book, but, I had to to find out how it ended. It kind of left you hanging...wondering why she did it and how it actually came to happen. I have read many books that I would read again and suggest to friends...this was not one of them.