An in-depth look at a serial murder case that changed Southeastern MichiganEdward Keyes. prized. If she were off on a lark, wouldna#39;t she have taken it? And then there was the matter of her ... They had heard stories like this from distraught parents a hundred timesaand the kid usually showed up the next day. ... She had won a four-year scholarship to E.M.U., where she had just completed her sophomore year and was working ... Self-assured but reserved, she applied herself with vigor both to her studies and to outside activities that especially interested her.
|Title||:||The Michigan Murders|
|Publisher||:||University of Michigan Press - 2010|