I liked it. It differed from many true crime books in that the main emphasis wasn't on the investigation and legal wranglings, but on the perpetrator's psyche. There have been so many cases of pregnant women being murdered by their intimate partners, e.g., Laci Peterson, Carol Stuart. This murder was especially chilling because not only did Watts murder his wife and the child she was carrying, but also their two little girls.
Yeah, did he just snap? I didn't read how the girls were killed, just couldn't do it.After learning of how he disposedThis murder was especially chilling because not only did Watts murder his wife and the child she was carrying, but also their two little girls.
ha!!!!!finished the 2 I spoke about previously. One was Ghost Month by Ed Lin which I didn't like very much. If the author wasn't married, I would've suspected he's never spoken to a real woman before in his life. He went through a lot of effort to make the lead guy (don't even want to call him a protagonist) into a "regular chump" but then EVERY. SINGLE. WOMAN. in the story is somehow madly in love with him. Gross. I eyerolled so hard. The best characters were the cooks at the night market stall the main character ran.