I would recommend it to someone new to true crime books. If you're into true crime, you will already have read the books on these cases and find the book so-so. Parker is a good writer so I many pick up other books by him now that I know that.
This is a first and I like his writing style. I'm definately going to read more of his books.
He's ok, but not excellent.
Only if he gets fresh cases that true crime buffs wouldn't have read about already.
If you are new to true crime reading, you should check out this book. It will make you want to read more about the cases he talks about.
No, her approach to weight loss was hinky and ridiculous.
The performance was the least of the books problems.
I waded through about 2 chapters and just stopped. It was just silly.
If you like true crime, this book will bore the heck out of you for the first couple hours. Too much useless info through the first half of the book. Gets a little better towards the end.
Another true crime or possibly American classic.
I did not think her interpretation of the main character and others rang true.
No. There were a few redeeming chapters during the last half, but for the most part was not worth it.
When a book is too easy to put down, I know it's not that great of a book.
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