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It was not available in audible. I am elderly and it was hard to readPublished 4 days ago by jerry dunn
If you like the nitty gritty of every remark in a trial then this book is for you. Case is fascinating- whole second half is S. L. O. W.Published 1 month ago by akinker
Very exciting beginning, but when it gets to the trial it really drags. Vincent Bugliosi really likes to dwell on the boring details of the trial! Still a good read.Published 1 month ago by Lorraine J
Vincent Bugliosi became famous for successfully prosecuting Manson and his followers. Subsequently he became a respected voice in the legal community, with extensive legal... Read morePublished 2 months ago by A reader
3/4 of the book is an advertisement of Vincent Bugliosi's self-expressed expertise as an attorney. Most unethical, in my opinion.Published 2 months ago by Joe Palazzo
Well Jennifer Jenkins is really Stephanie Stearns. And how does Bugliosi know what type of conversations Mac and Muff had with each other in Palmyra. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Me
I bought this book for my fiance' who fell in love with Bugliosi after reading Helter Skelter. She thought this book was very very good!!Published 3 months ago by Josh