Dufris is the star of the show. His reading of Howe, the defense attorney, is amazing. This is a well writing and meticulously research account of a New York City murder and the sensationalist journalism that followed. The plot takes a lot of turns and in enganging thoughout. Once the trial is wrapped up, the book drags on for a few more chapters, and they should be skipped. This was a fun read, but it doesn't educate like most non-fiction. Paul Collins has a gift, but other still master the genre better.
Learning the different parts of the operation, comparing it to the movie.
Baker over enunciates words, especially plurals, to a point that is distracting. Another narrator would have been much better.
It was an easy listen, and somewhat entertaining, so it was still worth the time.
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