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Enjoy this well written account of a cold murder case. Especially how the American legal system allows death row inmates to apply for parole over and over again. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Elizabeth
I enjoyed this book for the most part, but it was very slow and dry at times. I think I found it more interesting, because my mom grew up in Western Kansas during the time of the... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Long winded, minor details border on obsessive compulsive, painfully pacedPublished 3 days ago by john cataldo
Ok, I paid a penny for the book. But I chose the seller for the description of the book. When the book came, it looked like it was dropped in a bucket of water.Published 4 days ago by T-160
Great book. The subject matter isn't real uplifting, but for a non-fiction book about a mass murder, it is well-written and entertaining. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
A thriller from the first chapter. Great beach read and into the night when the lights are off. Capote knows how to write and he struts his stuff with his classic novel.Published 7 days ago by Wayne
A truly captivating book totally void of todays sensationalism and Black/white portraiture. If you have any interest in the psychology of human behavior you'll love it too :-)Published 7 days ago by Tove Johansen