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Mostly thin stuff,
This review is from: Annals of Unsolved Crime, The (Hardcover)
One of the US reviews says this reads like unpublished scraps from a filing cabinet, put together by an editor. That is indeed what this unsatisfactory book feels like. Indeed some of the (too many therefore often all too often superficially discussed) cases are presented in apparent ignorance of key texts. But occasionally there are flashes of real interest and new reporting, such as the DSK case, which is why this escapes a single star.