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Murder in Paradise: A Christmas in Hawaii Turns to Tragedy Mass Market Paperback – Bargain Price, July 29, 2003
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About the Author
Chris Loos is an award-winning crime reporter for the Hawaii Tribune-Herald, who has covered the Dana Ireland case since its beginning.
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Top Customer Reviews
When reading other nonfiction crime books, I have difficulty keeping the people and events straight; having to frequently refer back and forth, losing the continuity of the narrative. Murder in Paradise flowed because the authors clearly delineated all the characters and organized their material meticulously. Their unique point of view kept me on the edge of my seat every moment. I learned more about the workings of our justice system from this book than any other in the genre.
As soon as I finished the book, I wanted to write the authors demanding more follow-up on the murder immediately. I found the book extremely thought-provoking. Murder in Paradise: A Christmas in Hawaii Turns to Tragedy has remained in my consciousness months after reading it.
Very shaken and utterly astonished. The confrontation had quickly attracted attention, its even possible that someone who was there that day witnessed it.Read more ›
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Can't put the book down. Not finished yet, but so far, so good. Intriguing and interesting. I'm glad I made the purchase.Published on September 27, 2013 by I. Rementer
This true crime book was well written but the story is so frustrating. Even at the end I had to wonder if the real murderers were in prison. So heartbreaking for the family.Published on March 30, 2012 by Kristine S. Breza
Perhaps one of the saddest chapters ever befalling paradise. Well written and easy to read. If you enjoy true crime you will enjoy this book.Published on October 18, 2011 by Allison Chmielewski