Everyone in this book is unpleasant, and I found the stories pointless. I'm not a fan of cliffhanger endings pretending to be deep.
No. This book carefully omits evidence that contradicts its premise that MacDonald is innocent, preventing the reader from making an informed decision of his or her own. Also, either Morris doesn't understand the basics of the legal system and didn't bother to learn them, or he deliberately misleads the reader who doesn't know better. This book is written for shock value and has neither literary nor information value.
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