I was a young mother who always thought that the legal system was fair and balanced and that women had pretty much achieved equality. I was shocked and horrified at how not true that was. I experienced it first hand with my daughter, Lisa Bianco, her experiences and eventually, her murder by her ex-husband, Alan Matheney. I then became a victim's advocate and worked in legislation and learned more. I vowed at the height of our fleeing from the stalker's hunt that someday I would attempt to educate the public as to what it's really like for women and attempt to define why this is true. The book is titled "Who Killed Lana B?" I do not, however, excuse domestic violence from women nor any use of the system to intimidate a man. My book will be controversial because, unlike my lobbying days, political correctness will not be a priority. There is general research along with what I call my considered opinions based on my experiences. It is not a "for women only" book, but a book for everyone. Who Killed Lana B? Who do you think?