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Very detailed and repetive in some aspects. Overall, a good description of this sad case. From the perspective of the author, many mistakes were made in the prosecution of this man... Read morePublished 2 months ago by James M Hamilton
An extremely riveting book. Whether or not you believe in the death penalty, the book is a real eye-opener.Published 2 months ago by Jules
Much work is needed to reform the justice system in the US. We know of too many innocents being put to death. How many prisoners weren't identified in time.Published 2 months ago by Mary H. Huch
In the US, we sentence the innocent to death. And we kill them. The number of exonorations keeps growing. Read morePublished 4 months ago by John M. Yoakum
The beginning was interesting and touching, the end got textbook and preachyPublished 5 months ago by Nancy Hopf
The stories of the 2 men are heartbreaking. However, I really can't get into the end chapter when it seems Helen Prejean is throwing some people under the bus. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Darmetria Lynn Franks
This book is an important read in understanding the death penalty in the USA. There is nothing that justifies murder of another however there are factors that we should look when... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Glenda G. Love
Sister Helen has here to offer a book full of great moral values. This is an inconvenient subject and it was the right time for some true aspects to be revealed. Read morePublished on February 17, 2013 by Dan S G