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Malcolm quotes too extensively from her interviews, but the book is overall a fascinating exploration of the psychology of journalism. Every journalist should read this book.Published 3 months ago by Lauren
I LOVED Fatal Vision and couldn't wait to dive more into the case. This book is boring.Published 3 months ago by akinker
What a marvelous book: penetrating, deft, and endlessly thought-provoking. I enjoyed every page!Published 5 months ago by P. Stern
Malcolm's meditation on the writer-subject relationship is superb and holds still true - maybe even more so - 30 years later.Published 6 months ago by A. Gill
Amazing book. The author explores the behaviour of a journalist who ingratiated himself into the life of a man (a doctor) on trial (and convicted) for murdering his wife. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kissy
Thoughtful, cogent and provocative. Should be required reading for media studies. I love how she focuses on the issue in question, and leaves alone the guilt or innocence of thr... Read morePublished 9 months ago by sue younger
This was a somewhat interesting piece, but was clearly just a glorified magazine article. It was not well organized, and was some of the slightest journalistic effort I've seen. Read morePublished 9 months ago by KZ