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I've listened to multiple podcast episodes about this case but none of them came close to how well done this book was, and it was really enlightening to read about how the Dateline cast/support staff acted toward the murderer and her family. This is so well researched and written in such an easily consumable way, it really brought Mary and her family to life in a compassionate, professional way. Never overly gratuitous like some true crime novels can be, this book was heavy on detail and information, while accomplishing it in a truly respectful manner. I finished it in just over a day, M William Phelps is going on my to be read immediately list and I'll be spending some time looking up their podcast and any other written products they have out. If you have even a minor interest in true crime and like books that keep the focus on where it should be: the victim, this is the book for you.