The killer was behind bars-a woman who had confessed to the coldblooded murder of her husband. But Dorothy Marcic suspected a more sinister tale at the heart of her beloved uncle's violent death. And nothing would stop her from getting to the truth.
Dr. Dorothy Marcic is a playwright whose productions have played in over seventy cities, including over six years of her Off-Broadway musical, SISTAS, which has also aired on BET-TV. She is an adjunct professor at Columbia University and a former professor at Vanderbilt University in Nashville. She was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Econ-Prague, has three masters and a doctorate, and is the author of fifteen books, including the bestsellers Understanding Management and RESPECT- Women and Popular Music. Dorothy has appeared on C-SPAN, CMT, and Bravo Network. Her website is www.drdorothy.com.
"The story has plenty of twists as Marcic uncovers shoddy police work and the sordid tale of Suzanne, her five husbands, and the significant amount of money she made off all of them. Readers will enjoy Marcic's investigation and the picture she paints of Suzanne, a compelling villain." --Booklist