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Mayhem: Unanswered Questions about the Tsarnaev Brothers, the US Government and the Boston Marathon Bombing (Documentary Narratives) Paperback – April 14, 2020
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"A riveting, eye-opening page-turner that takes you into the real world of international terrorism." — Bernard B. Kerik, New York City police commissioner (retired)
"Shocking new truths about the Boston Marathon bombers and those in government, law enforcement, and their own community who gave them free rein to plot and execute one of the most vicious terror attacks ever carried out on American soil. This book will grab you, shake you, and will not let you go!" — Casey Sherman, New York Times-bestselling author of Boston Strong
"McPhee is an old-fashioned, hard-working, street-smart investigative journalist who is determined to get to the bottom of things." — Prof. John D. Woodward, Jr., Boston University (Retired CIA officer).
"McPhee’s reporting clearly proves the government at best lied or covered up, at worse falsified, the facts of a terrorist attack on American soil. A great read for those of us who are fascinated with the truth." — Jerry Flynn, President United Federation of Police Officers
"McPhee's latest true crime narrative takes the story of the Boston Marathon bombing to new levels with her gripping account of the explosion, the frantic search for the culprits, and the eventual trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Even readers familiar with the contours of the tragedy are likely to find McPhee's narrative terrifying and moving." — Publishers Weekly
" McPhee is no armchair journalist reporting from the remove of the newsroom with facts gleaned from Google. She takes you there, to the scene of the crime: a horrendous bombing at a marathon finish line, a pitched gun battle between cops and terrorists in suburban streets — all conjured with vivid, taut prose that gives the reader a deeper look beneath the surface carnage to uncover the disturbing complexities of federal law enforcement. — Richard Stratton, author of Smuggler's Blues
"McPhee, like all great investigators, well understands that one of the keys to unraveling a major case is the ability to recover unseen and seemingly irretrievable facts through the use of well placed sources. Her chronicling of the staggering details surrounding this act of terror is light years ahead of the standard Hollywood crime drama." — Sean Foley retired NYPD detective first grade
"Our nation's leaders would do well to wise up and pay attention to the lessons Michele teaches us about the Boston bombing and the serious gaps in intelligence and law-enforcement collaboration." — Scott Mann, former Green Beret
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As a Boston resident myself, this book ignites a fire in me as to why the investigation into the bombing has appeared to be finished when clearly it shouldn't be.....
This is definitely the best researched book about the Boston Bombings, and it flows very well. I don't wanna say I enjoyed it, because it's a heartbreaking story, but it was a book I'd suggest people read.