I am on a mission to read every book I bought but never read. A few years back I read a quote that was something like, "When we buy a book, we are actually buying the time to read that book." I must have felt that way as I still have many books I have bought and not read, but I'm getting there.
Now I've gone from semi-classy classic Edith Wharton back to my true crime. I had followed this murder when it was ongoing -- many tv shows like 48 Hours, Dateline, etc. about it... so I think I avoided this book because I "already knew" about it. But this author is good, extremely detailed and I've learned a lot I didn't know.