If you like crime drama, - and what American doesn?t, it seems, - then you are already familiar with Ann Rule and her excellent treatment of true crime. She has the ability to put together a captivating picture of a crime that readers are unable to put down til they?re reached the last page. Her reputation is such that she is now in the enviable position of having people contact her to suggest real-life murders. They know if she decides to write about a crime, it will be presented in a most readable and gripping manner. Too Late to Say Goodbye is no different. Page after page the book yields the story of an incredible absorbing crime that almost went unsolved. It is a tangled story of betrayal, treachery and jealousy, and how a seemingly idyllic marriage can be terribly misleading. The story begins a few weeks before Christmas 2004, in the upscale suburban community of Sugar Hill, Georgia. Jenn Corbin and her dentist husband, Bart, appeared to be a happy, loving couple - the parents of two young boys, Dalton and Dillon. Bart was building his dental practice and Jenn was a preschool teacher. But as is so often the case, appearances can be very deceiving. Bart Corbin was a guy who was far different in private than in the public eye. In addition to his controlling personality, he was also a womanizer. This combination was too much for Jenn to live with and eventually, though no one else knew it at the time, they finally separated. Jenn left their home shortly after Thanksgiving 2004 and a divorce appeared to be imminent.