BURNED: A Story of Murder and the Crime That Wasn't
On an April night in 1989, Jo Ann Parks survived a house fire that claimed the lives of her three small children. Though the fire at first seemed a tragic accident, investigators soon reported finding evidence proving that Parks had sabotaged wiring. But more than a quarter century later, a revolution in the science of fire has exposed many of the truths of 1989 as quesswork in disguise.
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