Susan White's life seemed to be in shambles. But after an ugly divorce, prescription drug addiction, and troubles with her son, the attractive Houston nurse finally began to pull her life together. In the summer of 1992, she married the man of her dreams and moved into a house she deemed fit for a queen. But her happiness wouldn't last long. Kent McGowen, a police officer with a long history of disciplinary problems and dismissals, pulled Susan over in her upscale Houston neighborhood, beginning an obsessive attachment to her. As the summer progressed, Susan became so terrified of him that she bought a gun and drew up a will. Despite her complaints, the police did nothing. Then McGowen set her up to be arrested, and while voluntarily serving her a warrant, brutally shot and killer her. After seven long years, one conviction and many appeals, Kathryn Casey recounts this landmark case, trial, and tragedy of justice.