A True Story of Family, Murder, and the Prosecutor Who Wouldn’t Quit
By Kevin Flynn ‘79 (G.P. Putnam’s Sons)
This memoir by U.S. Attorney Kevin Flynn covers more than the legal story of his prosecution of a man suspected of the murder and evisceration of Diane Hawkins and her teenage daughter, Katrina Harris. During the trial, as the author contends with the cancer diagnosis of his father and his own role as a father, he also considers issues of family and community, the procedures of justice and domestic violence.
The book received a starred review in Publisher’s Weekly.