MARGARET MCLEAN practiced law as a criminal prosecutor and civil litigation attorney. She currently teaches law at Boston College's Carroll School of Management. McLean is a legal analyst on numerous national television and radio shows, and has a weekly nationally syndicated radio show called It's A Crime Radio.
JON LEIBERMAN is an award-winning investigative correspondent, host, producer and victim advocate. He is currently an investigative reporter for the Howard Stern Show on Sirius XM. Jon hosts "Leiberman Live" on Sirius XM and is a crime contributor for CNN HLN and WildAboutTrial.com and a crime blogger for Huffington Post.
As a former member of the Patriarca crime family, I've seen more court room dramas than most. Margaret McLean's trial books have been hailed as providing readers with a front row... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Mark Silverman
Engrossing, engaging and enraging all at the same time. Very well written narrative about the darkness that rests just under the thin layer of darkness which inhabits us all. Read morePublished 3 months ago by James P. OHare
Awesome book. I have read a lot of all kinds of gangs and mafia and this is up there. Written very well. Easy to follow. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Peter Sedddon
Excellent and well-researched book. Must read for true crime fans.Published 5 months ago by Nap Dog Media
This rather boringly reports the details of the Whitey Bulger trial, amping up the daily coverage a bit, but including some repetitive elements that slow things down. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Brad Smith
I thought this book was very interested but find it really reads like a summary of what the news media already told us during the trial. Read morePublished 8 months ago by R. C Sheehy
You have to keep in mind, this is a story about a trial. For me, having already read two books about Whitey, this was a logical end to a fascinating story, and a must read. Read morePublished 8 months ago by quietstorm
Never thouht anyone would have the courage to tell exactly what happened. Wrong photo stating it was Catherine Greig whe it was Definitely Teresa Stanley. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Joan P. White
I certainly don’t consider myself any more learned on the subject of crime than the next person. What I can say is that in this lifetime I’ve read my fair share of ‘true crime’... Read morePublished 12 months ago by E. Lee Zimmerman