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In Plain Sight: The Kaufman County Prosecutor Murders by Kathryn Casey

Reviewed by Vickie Dailey

In Plain SightIn Plaint Sight is the true crime story of the Kaufman County Prosecutor Murders.

It is a well written story with great background research on the killer and victim. While not familiar with the case, I found it interesting that the killer Eric Williams and one of his victims, Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse, had similar lives and careers until one lost it and veered into murder.

This book has many great reviews for good reason – it is that good.

Deadly Little Secrets: The Minister, His Mistress, and a Heartless Texas Murder by Kathryn Casey

Deadly Little Secrets Reviewed by Vickie Dailey

Deadly Little Secrets is a true crime story. It is the story of Matt & Kari Baker. Both come from fairly religious backgrounds. The two meet at school where Kari is pursuing a career in teaching and Matt wants to become a baptist minister. They soon marry and have two little girls. Sadly after a long illness the second daughter passes away.

Throughout the book we learn that Matt has many secrets in his past. Secrets that would have made a difference for what comes next. Numerous times Matt has been accussed of sexual harrassment with various women with whom he works as well as family friends.

Shattered by Kathryn Casey

Reviewed by Julie Moderson

Shattered by Kathryn CaseyKathryn Casey is a well know true crime author. Casey has written six true crime books and has spent over twenty years researching and writing about real people. She understands so much about law enforcement and the criminal mind.

Belinda Temple was married to her college sweetheart. David Temple was a former high school and college star football player and they seemed to be living a fairy tale marriage. David was a teacher and high school football coach. Belinda was a warm, loveable high school teacher who her co-workers called the Sunshine Girl. Belinda was a twin to Brenda who saw sadness in her sister the last time she visited her.