Cynthia Albrecht, the executive chef of the Penske-Marlboro racing
team and darling of the IndyCar circuit, went missing on October 25,
1992-the night before her divorce from Michael Albrecht became
Drivers and racing crews from across the country
converged on "The Brickyard," site of the Indianapolis 500, to help
search for her.
As the head mechanic for the Dick Simon
racing team, known as “Crabby” across the race circuit, Michael had a
reputation for bullying and abuse. He'd immediately become a suspect in
Cynthia's disappearance. But with a strong alibi, there was nothing
authorities could do when he decided to take a vacation to Florida and
skip a scheduled polygraph test and the search for his estranged
˃˃˃ Nor could law enforcement charge him when
Cynthia’s body was found a few weeks later in northern Indiana - minus
The case went cold for six years until a newly elected
prosecutor allowed his deputies to charge Michael Albrecht with murder.
˃˃˃ But would they be able to prove his guilt?
crime legal thriller written by one of the prosecutors, Larry Sells,
and journalist Margie Porter, runs at full throttle and will leave you
on the edge of your seat right up to the checkered flag at the final