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THE FIRST FULL-LENGTH, IN-DEPTH ACCOUNT OF THE CAYLEE ANTHONY CASE
When news broke of three-year-old Caylee Anthony’s disappearance from her home in Florida in July 2008, there was a huge outpouring of sympathy across the nation. The search for Caylee made front-page headlines. But there was one huge question mark hanging over the case: the girl’s mother.
• Why did Casey Anthony wait one full month before reporting her daughter missing?
• Why were searches on chloroform and missing children found on her computer?
• Why did she go out partying with friends less than one week after Caylee disappeared?
As the investigation continued and suspicions mounted, Casey became the prime suspect. In October, based on new evidence against Casey—her erratic behavior and lies, her car that showed signs of human decomposition—a grand jury indicted the young single mother. Then, two months later, police found Caylee’s remains a quarter of a mile away from the Anthony home. Casey pled not guilty to charges of murder in the first degree, and she continues to protest her innocence. Did she or didn’t she kill Caylee? This is the story of one of the most shocking, confusing, and horrific crimes in modern American history.
* With 8 pages of alarming photographs *
The book is very easy to follow and quick to read.
I was interested in the story as I had seen minor news coverage of the trail in Australia, although I did`nt learn much more from this book.
The victim & protagonist, Caylee Anthony was a real child and Casey Anthony, the antagonist you love to hate was her mother.
This was the most poorly written book I've ever read. It's so disorganized and hard to keep everything straight. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Courtney Tracy
DON'T THINK THIS BOOK GAVE THE TRUE STORY. I BOUGHT IT OUT OF CURIOUSITYPublished 2 months ago by BETTY
I felt Ms Fanning did an admirable job of compiling as much factual data as she could to string everything together in the complicated mess. Read morePublished 3 months ago by daveray
Very said how mother may not be guilty in the law but it sure did appear soPublished 6 months ago by dazeedog1