A 37-year-old physician was having no success in having a baby. She and her husband, also a doctor, sought the help of a world-renowned fertility specialist. He favored in vitro fertilization, but things went very wrong. The woman developed a slow ovarian bleed. She was rushed to the operating room with her husband performing the emergency surgery. Years later, the fertility specialist was sued by the husband for medical malpractice. The specialist went on to blame the husband, claiming it was a case of intentional homicide. This book explores the ensuing trial and its outcome.