The True Story of a Mother-to-Be, a Deranged Attacker
and An Unborn Child
by Sarah Brady, Patrick Crowley and Eric Deters
In a gripping, bizarre scenario straight out of The Twilight Zone, Sarah Brady, a happy, nine month pregnant mother-to-be is telephoned out of the blue by Kate Smith. Smith, using the alias Sarah Brody, announces she is also pregnant, has signed up for the same baby registry and has mistakenly been sent baby gifts meant for Brady. When Brady stops by Smith's apartment to retrieve them she walks into a deadly trap. Smith pulls out a knife and attacks her but Brady fights back and tries to wrestle the knife away. What results is a fight to the death.
Police must decide whether growing evidence in their investigation indicates that Brady fatally stabbed her attacker in an act of self defense or murder.
In this page-turner about a case which has provoked world attention from movie producers, news and talk shows and FBI agents, Sarah Brady tells in her own words, and for the first time, the whole story of how she fought off and killed a knife-wielding attacker who wanted to steal her unborn child, and why she should be judged innocent.
*As seen on the Oprah Winfrey Show
Sarah Brady, lives in Covington, Kentucky where she grew up. She is a graduate of Holmes High School where in her senior year her class chose her Homecoming Queen. She lives with her partner, his son and their daughter. After years working in the banking industry, she is currently employed at a law office.
Patrick Crowley, currently a political writer and columnist for The Kentucky Enquirer, was a reporter for The Cincinnati Post. Crowley live in Fort Thomas, Kentucky, with his wife, their two children, two dogs and five cats.
Eric Deters is a trial attorney focusing on personal injury, medical malpractice and employee litigation cases. He practices in Kentucky, Ohio and Florida. He lives in Independence, Kentucky, with his wife and their six children.
A New Horizon Press Release
6 x 9, 320 pages, color photo insert
LC #2005924252, world rights
ISBN-13: 978-0-88282-287-7 (hc), $23.95