If we don't find out who killed Dorothy, that will not be Bill
With the artists's eye for detail, the forensic scientist's
the writer's eternal search for truth, Bill Strain attacks the
shakes it, wills the truth to fall out.
There is also humanity here - the author admits his affection for
girl, his absolute need to know. He has dragged me into
this "obsession" and
I worry about the murdered girl, am concerned because her killer,
long dead, may never be identified.
One of many such unsolved cases, the Dorothy murder represents for
carelessness with his own kind. Very well attacked by Mr Strain.
Thanks, Bill. I hope you find the truth.
Ruth Hamilton, England, 2001.