This book deserves its own post, but since there’s only four true crime reads…
I first came across this book on Facebook. A former client-turned-friend of mine was traveling for business, bought this book at Changi Airport (or was it HKIA), and posted it on her timeline. I recall her caption having the following words: ‘fantastic’, ‘strategic’, and since I respected her a lot (professionalism in everything she touches), I purchased it right away.
Not an easy read, with all the facts to digest and also history to look up (thank goodness for Kindle). But this was a great read. Definitely one of my favorites or top ten reads of the year.
p.s. Please don’t dismiss great reads or history because of bigotry or racism whatsoever*. Knowledge is power. Don’t be ignorant.
*I’m sorry. I know I dismiss fiction reads all the time. Bloody hypocrite!
Wow. Does my opinion matter? It doesn’t. Not in this case of course it doesn’t. Though, I must say (yeah I don’t care what you think), this is really useful for lawyers, law enforcement, and the general public.
Be an idiot and let a murderer walk free – ALL OF YOU!
Again – Same thoughts as Casey Anthony. Jonbenét’s brother needs to take a lie detector test. Just saying. And, I’ll gladly take it on his behalf.
p.s. Freaking Boulder police department.
I breezed though this book (not because I love murder stories) because I am somewhat familiar with all the murderers (okay, I know). I don’t remember much from this book, so there’s that.