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“America’s leading forensic psychiatrist” (Star magazine) opens a window on Casey Anthony’s psyche and the dynamics within her family that explores the question: “Why is Caylee Anthony dead?”
The trial of twenty-five-year-old Casey Anthony for the death of her daughter, Caylee, was the most sensational case in America since O. J. Simpson’s—with a verdict every bit as stunning. After being acquitted in July 2011, Ms. Anthony instantly became one of the most infamous women in the world. Dr. Keith Ablow distills tens of thousands of pages of documents he has obtained; his behind-the-camera, one-on-one interviews; and his decades of experience in the world of forensic psychiatry to make sense of a woman whose defense attorney described her as an innocent victim of childhood sexual abuse, but the state insisted was a cold-blooded murderer. Inside the Mind of Casey Anthony delivers an incisive, riveting study of this troubled young woman.
“Keith Ablow’s work stands alone.”
* With 8 pages of dramatic photographs *
I checked this book out from the local library and felt that it was BS. You can't always blame the parents for the sins of their children.Published 2 months ago by susanjo williams
I literally could not put this book down until I turned over the last page. I was following this heartbreaking story when it happened. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tiffany Lynn Kaharick
why do you excuse Casey Anthony's actions none of the "excuses in this gives the right to kill her daughter". She is an evil individual and should never be able to breed.Published 6 months ago by erika1477
The first few chapters of this book were like discussing the case with a gossipy, savvy friend. I mean, obviously a family that produces such a creature as Casey Anthony has some... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kate Maldonado
I have to say I agree mostly with the dysfunctions of this family. With a controlling mother and father myself, I can relate to the suffocation. Read morePublished 9 months ago by MatterOfOpinion
This book was so full of speculation as to be laughable. The reader finds out, eventually, that the author did not even talk to anyone involved, but turned his own opinion of what... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Charlotte J. Gray
Three stars because, at least, Keith Ablow included his professional opinions along with the facts of the case and the actions of the Anthony family. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
Keith Ablow should be ashamed of himself. He spouts things that have been absolutely proven to be untrue.. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ann Zaslow-Rethaber