Edmunds' account of her trial and imprisonment following the death of a child she watched in her home. Somehow, I managed to know nothing about this trial or the overturned conviction though the story took place in Wisconsin. It was interesting subject matter, and considering she lost 11 years of her childrens' lives, a very sad story.
However, it is poorly written. It's repetitive (we get it you take good care of your body, your girls are precious & beautiful, and you like pretty things and your blonde hair). It's off-putting to me how she comes off condescending of other inmates. The characters are hard to follow (her friends who helped her).
That being said, unlike most poorly written books, I don't feel bad with Edmunds making money off the book sales. She needs and deserves the money. This has a Lifetime movie written all over it.