Then came a startling development in February 2008. After a second autopsy, the unusual death of Peterson's third wife, Kathleen Savio, was ruled a homicide. Three and a half years earlier, Savio had been found dead in the bathtub of their home, but in light of Stacy's curious disappearance, Kathleen's body was exhumed and the case was reopened.
Drawing upon exclusive interviews with Stacy's friends and family and even Drew himself, Chicago-area reporter Joseph Hosey presents the most researched account of the Stacy Peterson case yet. Still, as the charges against Drew Peterson mount, one haunting question remains: Where on earth is Stacy?
©2008 Phoenix Books; (P)2009 Phoenix Audio
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It is a pretty basic account. No new insights. Needs to be updated with new information.
Interesting story. The author is preoccupied with Greta Van Susteren. It was a little dry, but overall, I learned a lot about how narcissistic Peterson is
"Fascinating Story but same info given over & over."
I did struggle to finish and it seemed to reveal nothing new. It was very repetitive of the same info throughout. Narrator was OK, not the greatest. Very interesting story though. Thank you.
"Could not put it down"
What a sociopath. This guy was unbelievable. The balls on him! Makes me wonder what kind of childhood he had. He is sick.
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