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'When the Moon Turns to Blood:' An author interview with Leah Sottile


Opening statements began Monday in Boise in the murder and conspiracy trial of Lori Vallow Daybell. She’s charged with the deaths of two of her children.

Portland-based journalist and author Leah Sottile has written a book about the case, called “When the Moon Turns to Blood.” She sat down with All Things Considered host Troy Oppie.

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Troy Oppie is a reporter and local host of 'All Things Considered' for Boise State Public Radio News.
As Senior Producer of our live daily talk show Idaho Matters, I’m able to indulge my love of storytelling and share all kinds of information (I was probably a Town Crier in a past life!). My career has allowed me to learn something new everyday and to share that knowledge with all my friends on the radio.

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