Top critical review
A story so bizarre it should be fiction
on 5 April 2017
A great insight into what was a horrific crime as well as the American legal system. The author does well to try and keep a running narrative of names, of which they are many for each individual involved, to make the book less complicated. As well as managing to put a lot of the legal jargon into laments terms. However, describing an investigation and court case as complicated as this one does mean at times the prose does drag on a bit.
Overall though a very insightful book and if real crime interests you then it's definitely worth a read