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He also goes a little bit crazy with the conspiracy theories, which sometimes seem more opinion than fact.
Mr. Bartz did a terrific job in providing very detailed information about the victims, the extortionist, other prime subjects and the lead investigators on the case.
All of the repetition made this one a difficult book to finish, and I hate when reading feels like a chore.
This book is heavy with facts, and it probably would have benefited from cleaner editing. Nonetheless, the facts and the cover up Mr. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sheila Berry
This book is well researched book about the 1982 Tylenol Crisis. It is very dense at a whopping 511 pages, it can be tough to read through the dry patches. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Grace
Same points repeated through each chapter. Never seems to try to end the story.
Too many facts gone over and over and over.
Beating a dead horse comes to mind. Read more
The book is a tedious presentation of interesting facts.
It is not well written, despite the obviously extensive research. Read more
I lived in Chicago when the Tylenol poisonings took place, and from the media coverage, thought all was well. I had no idea how convoluted the whole McNeil/J&J dealings were. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Lyn Alban
If you want to get mad at the modern day media then by all means, purchase this work. I expect big pharma and J&J to lie, cheat and steal. Read morePublished 18 months ago by J. Rutter
Compelling subject, but poorly written. Some interesting facts, but mostly speculation and conjecture from a disgruntled former employee. Read morePublished 18 months ago by user
An excellent look at the reality of the tainted Tylenol scare. I remember when this happened, the news reports, the supermarkets pulling what had become a staple in our lives from... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mike Fleming
Lots of facts ,,, but author intent on selling his point ?
Devoid of style heavy on a factual account