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The definitive book, heavily researched and immensely accurate. From award winning author,
This review is from: Murder in Italy (Mass Market Paperback)
Candace Dempsey, an Italian reporter who has followed this case from the start, has done in depth interviews and research covering all angles of this complicated case. It is a pleasure to read, for she does not lead the reader into her opinion. Instead, she states the facts and leaves the reader to form her/his own conclusions.
It is riveting, foot-noted, and accurate. If you read one book on the Kercher murder/ and the subsequent trials of Knox and Sollecito, you would do well to discard the others and read this.
It is NOT tainted by personal career motives nor by conjecture... just the facts. How refreshing!
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Initial post: 16 Apr 2015, 12:40:57 BST
The Inimitable Jeeves says:
If you can't see all the flaws and twisting of the truth in this book then you are no Sherlock Holmes!
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