True Crime

At Road’s End

By David Wayne Brown

Non-Fiction | True Crime

In 1999 Barbara Ann Lee, a beloved West Tennessee horsewoman, and her dog are kidnapped in her own SUV while having lunch at a fast-food drive-in. Subsequently, she was then tortured and murdered by three teenagers at the end of an old farm road.

She pleaded with her killers not to take the life of her dog, Otis. 

The murderers soon lead two dozen law enforcement officers from four separate agencies on a 24-mile, two-state car chase that ends with their capture in a Mississippi wheat field. Their arrests mark the beginning of an anguishing odyssey for widower Bob Lee, who must endure years of trials and a lawsuit while trying to find the strength in his heart, mind, and soul to forgive the killers who show no remorse.