Last night while surfing Amazon.com I found a book called Missing Wives, Missing Lives by one JJ Slate. If you have a Kindle it’s really cheap: just $3.97, or free if you have Kindle Unlimited like I do. In paper edition it’s $9 and on audio it’s $15. For this price you get 200 pages. There’s thirty stories of women who went missing and were never found, whose husbands are the prime suspects. In many cases the husband has actually been convicted of murder without a body.
Almost all the cases are American but there’s a few British ones and (so far) one Australian. I am 68% through the book and I’m really enjoying it. The author describes in detail and in a readable fashion the background of the woman and her marriage, her disappearance and the aftermath. In the acknowledgements section she has a list of websites that were helpful in her research and the Charley Project is one of them. 🙂 But that’s not why I’m recommending the book to y’all. I’m recommending it because it’s really good.