From Library Journal
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The book is not only factually inaccurate, but it omits much valuable information.
This book just kept telling the same stuff over and over again which may be what some do to make a point, but in this case it got just a bit boring.
The website showed more evidence that matched Fatal Vision to Fatal Justice in fact there was no evidence supporting Macdonald at all.
Did Jeffrey MacDonald really kill his wife Collette and his two daughters Kim and Kristin? Due to the 70s book "Fatal Vision" and it's ensuing TV miniseries, most of... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mary Jo Bramble
A lot of the reviews I've read so far has been completely biased in favor of MacDonald's guilt. They have been quick to dismiss this book as fabrication and fantasy while ignoring... Read morePublished 13 months ago by stringfelowhawk
I have followed the McDonald case for years and wanted to hear the "other side." Unfortunately, this book was far too full of seemingly superfluous details to keep my... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Martha Jennette
If you want the view of MacDonald not doing it, read A Wilderness Of Error by Errol Morris. This book is just blah boring BSPublished 21 months ago by Kevin
Awesome book on a subject I've followed over the years I will follow this case in the future with great interest as time goes by.Published 21 months ago by Joan A. Kashew
This book is full of twisted logic, outright lies and misinterpreted evidence. One could say that just watching Jeffrey Macdonald talk about his family speaks volumes of his guilt,... Read morePublished on July 21, 2012 by Britaner
I lived nearby as a child when these murders happened and I remember how seriously the alternative suspects were taken at the time. Read morePublished on May 24, 2012 by J. Fisher
I'm still not sure whether or not he's innocent but after reading this book I have some doubts and I think he definitely didn't get a fair trial. Read morePublished on February 8, 2012 by Tim Guyer
I realize this book has been out for a long time, but after seeing a recent show featuring MacDonald, I decided to read "his version" of the murders. Read morePublished on December 10, 2011 by Katy Coleman