In 1997, the small town of Cape May Court House was shocked by the death of Tracy Thomas. It seemed unimaginable that after a low-speed auto collision with a utility pole on a snowy night, the lovely and pregnant wife of the town s new dentist Dr. Eric Thomas, was dead. No one was surprised, several months later, to learn that Dr. Thomas was suing the giant Ford corporation for wrongful death, when coroner Elliot Gross stated Tracy more than likely died from the impact of the driver side airbag. But during the course of Ford s investigation, the motor company s lawyers made a startling discovery. It seemed more likely she was strangled by none other than Dr. Thomas. The focus of the case turns as Ford moves from defendant to defacto prosecutor, even hiring a criminal attorney to present its case to the court. Investigative journalist and New York Times bestselling author Lawrence Schiller, takes the reader deep inside the twists and turns of one of the most surprising civil cases in history and delivers a fast-paced, riveting page-turner.