Madison Square Tragedy: The Murder of Stanford White by Rick Geary
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Another piece of American History/True Crime I knew nothing about and Rick Geary has once again enlightened me. Even though you know exactly who committed the crime from the first few pages, Geary does a great job letting the facts of each person’s life unfold in three chapters and then bringing it all together at the end.
And, as usual, you find the more things change, the more they really stay the same. Everything in this book could happen today.
For more Rick Geary book thoughts, check out my previous post.