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Catherine Crier is the host of Court TV's Catherine Crier Live. A distinguished attorney, legal analyst, and the youngest state judge ever to be elected in Texas, Crier has received an Emmy Award for investigative journalism and the DuPont-Columbia Journalism Award. Also the author of the New York Times bestsellers A Deadly Game and The Case Against Lawyers, Crier lives in Westchester County, New York.
I enjoyed reading the book but the typos were ridiculous. A fairly good investigative account of this case. If not for the lack of editing I would recommend more strongly.Published 17 hours ago by Sara Wyatt
The book was well written, and I thought that Ms. Crier did an excellent job of presenting the facts. HOWEVER, I paid $10. Read morePublished 2 days ago by BigMary
Typo errors on at least a third of the pages ruined this story for me. Photos are also promised, and their are no photos. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Matthew J. Kline
The title says it all--Scott Peterson was playing a deadly game with the LEO's on the case and he thought he could win because he was the "Golden Child" and the whole world... Read morePublished 2 months ago by MirajaniHiggins
The book was a good read, learned several new things about Scott Peterson. The kindle version has numerous spelling errors, about half-way though the book Laci became LCI.Published 3 months ago by Diane
Thought it was very interesting. Told the whole story and even though it was almost 500 pages it kept my attention the whole time.Published 3 months ago by Mary F
Well written!..I had followed this case so the book didn't reveal much more than I already knew!!.. That's why I only gave it 4..But it still was hard to put the book down..Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I gleaned a lot of previously unknown facts from this book. However, the Kindle version was riddled with typos and punctuation errors. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jean from Illinois
I do not know where the fault lays but the typos ruin the book. They are inexcusable and make reading very irritating. I am sure the po-lice would agree. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jane Lombardo