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Local Authors Debut Book About the Murder of Skylar Neese

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Next Wednesday Rachel Shoaf, one of two teens who pleaded guilty in the Murder of Skylar Neese will be sentenced. Her co-conspirator, Sheila Eddy, was sentenced to life in prison with mercy on Jan. 23, 2014.

Today, the book "The Savage Murder of Skylar Neese: The Truth Behind the Headlines" is available on Kindle.

The book is written by Morgantown's Dayleen Berry and Geoffrey Fuller, and the authors claim to have exclusive interviews.

You can buy it online now as an electronic book, or buy the printed book that will be available in June.