Casey Sherman's aunt, Mary Sullivan, was killed at the age of 19 in Massachusetts and her death was always pegged as the doing of the Boston Strangler. Although the person who is thought of as the Boston Strangler, Albert DeSalvo, was never tried for the murders.
Casey and his mother, Mary's sister, always felt that Mary did not die at the hands of Albert DeSalvo and Casey set out to prove otherwise.
You will have to read the book to find out whether he proved that or not.
Casey's writing is concise and interesting. You will want to go and do more research after finishing the book.
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