Want to read the best, most insightful coverage of the aftermath of last November's massacre at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas?
Then you absolutely must follow the byline of San Antonio Express-News journalist Silvia Foster-Frau, who repeatedly has produced extraordinary journalism on this sad subject.
Just three past examples of her must-read reporting on Sutherland Springs:
• Her hopeful, sensitive, nuanced portrait of victims a month after the tragedy.
• Her poignant account of survivors attending National Day of Prayer events in Washington, D.C., in May.
• Her detail-laden profile, published in June, of the “good guy with a gun” who confronted the gunman outside the church.
And now comes another masterpiece from Foster-Frau, this one from the front page of Sunday's Express-News and featuring her exclusive interviews with the troubled wife of the dead gunman.
How incredible was this latest story? Consider that at least two other major Texas papers — the Houston Chronicle (a sister publication of the Express-News) and the Dallas Morning News — both reprinted it on their front pages today.
The chilling opening scene recounts what happened at the home of Devin and Danielle Kelley on the morning of Nov. 5: