"The Color of Night" is a skillfully woven true crime account of a
horrendous crime, a family's quest for answers, and the landmark
case that tested the Federal Death Penalty Act. Nineteen-year-old
Rachel Timmerman, who was about to testify against the man who had
raped her, disappeared with her toddler daughter, Shannon. A month
later, Rachel's body was discovered in a lake chained to cinde
blocks and with her eyes and mouth covered in duct tape. Soon a
trail of bodies begins to emerge. Is a serial killer at large?
Written by Rachel's father and uncle, "The Color of Night" is a
shocking story of violence, murder, and the search for justice.
New Horizon Press Publishers Inc.,U.S.
|Country of origin:
John H. Timmerman
• L C Timmerman
||229 x 153 x 28mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - Cloth over boards
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