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An extremely well researched and very thorough and informative book about this very tragic murder case.
The only small complaints I do have with this book are, the amount of inaccuracies, her obvious bias &, it would have made better reading if it were photos only.
Before I sat to read the book "Murder in Italy" by Candace Dempsey, I had vague knowledge, at best, of the Amanda Knox case.
Very detailed though so it's easy to get lost and confused with the all the names. A lot of repition but like I said a lot of detail.Published 1 month ago by Krystal Manna
Very well written, gives an excellent portrait of the city of Peruggia and it's atmosphere and landscape. Read morePublished 1 month ago by federico carvallo
I'm not new to this story having read a number of books both good and bad. The virtue of this book is that it is not biased to or against either side so one is left to make there... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. C. Whitaker
This is a well written chronological account of the events leading up to and including the famous case. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Percy A. Marshall
I've read several other books about the case (Meredith, Honor Bound, Waiting to be Heard, Angel Face, and The Fatal Gift of Beauty) and I thought Murder in Italy was interesting... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Camille M. Clark
The book attempts to explore the case from different angles and succeeds at that, provided it has to be concise - only 300 pages - and readable. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alex K.
can't believe these two kids went to prison on such scant evidence .scientific evidence a joke.book makes me want to stay home avoid foreign countries that have no professional... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jackman
Five Stars for sure. I feel as tho I know Amanda and share in Her Horror. Dear God, How could they have done this to Her?Published 5 months ago by Ruby Lindsay