California Mom Accused Of Planting Drugs In Volunteer's Car Wrote Novel About 'Perfect Crime'

Jill Easter, the California mom who, along with her husband, was accused of planting drugs in a school volunteer's car in an apparent act of revenge, wrote a novel about how to commit the perfect crime in 2011. "The crime, shockingly simple and 100 percent possible. No one will get hurt and there's no way they can get caught," says a narrator in a YouTube trailer for Easter's 2011 novel "Holding House," which she wrote under the pen name Ava Bjork. But the Easters' alleged crime didn't go down...Full Story
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