I guess I have one immediate question for anyone who might be interested.
Do you honestly believe the murders of Bobbie Miller and Stacey Burns will ever be solved?
And a follow-up question . . .Will they be one of those that twenty or thirty years down the road, someone finally says or does something that turns the case around or some DNA shows up that was missed?
Over eight years ago, when I began writing Murder in a Small Town, I was certain that the Stacey Burns murder would be solved within weeks, if not days.
I’ll admit to being concerned that much of the fervor for a conclusion to that tragedy has dissipated with the passage of so much time, which is only a natural human reaction.
That fact does not make it any less sad or discouraging.