Family members and police were shocked and baffled by their deaths. Neil and Rachel Entwistle seemed to have it all - Englishman Neil had a glamorous, lucrative job and the family had just moved into a beautiful house in Rachel's native Massachusetts. But Neil Entwistle was actually thousands of dollars in debt, his idyllic family life based on nothing more than lies, credit cards and seedy online dealings. And when police discovered that he had fled the country just after Rachel and Lillian's deaths, they began to suspect that a truly sickening crime had taken place.Entwistle claimed he had returned from a shopping trip on the morning of January 20th, found Rachel and Lillian dead and, grief-stricken, had fled to his parents' home in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. But his story simply did not add up, and after a dramatic arrest at a London tube station, he was extradited to the USA. On June 26th 2008, Neil Entwistle was found guilty of the murders of his wife and baby daughter and was sentenced to life in prison. Thoroughly researched and with detailed evidence from the police investigation and subsequent trial, "Absolute Evil" tells the shocking story of a young mother and her nine-month-old baby, cruelly murdered by the man who was meant to love and protect them.