Vincent Brothers was a respected educator in Bakersfield, first as a teacher and then as an administrator. Later, he was accused of murdering his wife, three young children, and his mother-in-law. Brothers said he didn’t do it. Circumstantial evidence indicated otherwise. In the 10 creative columns that comprise Vincent Brothers Mass Murder Trial, author George Thomas Clark combines facts with fictional techniques to take readers inside the mind of Vincent Brothers as he struggles to prove his innocence and shape perceptions about his family, career, and his murder trail.