In an excellent New Yorker piece on the intriguing case of Amy Bishop --the neurobiologist who killed several colleagues at the Univ of Alabama/Huntsville in 2010, and two decades earlier had killed her brother in an "accidental shooting"-- I don't think I've ever encountered a better extended synopsis of what could be a GREAT novel.
You tell me: is it not all there-- story, plot, character, twists, haunting "resolution" even in the lack thereof?
IMHO, brilliant work by writer Patrick Radden Keefe.
Heck-- I'd steal it, if I thought I could get away with it...
-- Earl Merkel
(POSTSCRIPT: The article, by Patrick Radden Keefe, is online at: http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2013/02/11/130211fa_fact_keefe?printable=true¤tPage=all