How can I recommend this 700+ page book that delves into the tragedy of murder and abortion? And yet I encourage everyone to read this riveting, page turner.
From start to finish I felt compassion for both evangelical murderer, Luther Dunphy and for his victim, abortion doctor, Augustus Voorhees—compassion for both men and their families.
How easy it is to take sides. After all, we all have political and moral opinions on this hot button issue. But Joyce Carol Oates weaves a story that shows no partiality. Murder is a tragedy for everyone.