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.
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.
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