“Press writes a compelling story that turns strange corners over the course of the nearly two years until a jury verdict was returned.”
Thoughts on Books
On a shimmering July day, a lovely, compassionate artist steps aboard Counterpoint for the last sail of her life, unaware that the boat’s owner had a dark side.
In 1996 I wrote an essay about crossing over from writing mysteries to true crime,"Crossing over into True Crime: Three Years in a Place Called Life" in SheDunnit! The Newsletter of Sisters in Crime/New England, Spring 1996. (It was reprinted in Mystery Readers Journal vol. 17, No. 1, Spring 2001.)