The Salt Lake Tribune calls If I Can’t Have You “compelling” and “haunting” and Publishers Weekly describes it as “a powerful narrative of one family’s tragedy.”
If I Can’t Have You is the definitive account of the disappearance of Susan Cox Powell from her West Valley City, Utah home December 6, 2009, and the tragic aftermath in Puyallup, Washington when her husband, Josh, killed himself and their two young sons.
Susan has never been found, and there was no arrest made in connection with her disappearance. Utah police closed their investigation in May, 2013. It remains the largest missing person’s case in U.S. history.
The book contains new and previously unpublished information on what remains the largest missing person’s investigation in U.S. history, including: