Thomas Masterick had spent the best years of his life trying to solve the problem. Why had he been convicted of the murder of Fred Smith? Why had life and "the system" been so unfair to him? He knew he had not killed Fred Smith. He wasn't even sure that Fred Smith had been killed. Eventually Masterick solves the problem and sends a greater shock through the legal world than it has ever known.
Austin J. Small, Cathy Dobson