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I thought this was going to be an excellent book for about the first 3 chapters. The author really seemed to run out of the excitement pill after that. It seemed like everything that even started to make the good book came to an abrupt halt. I forced myself to finish the book only with the hopes that it would get better.
The courtroom chapters were about as exciting as sitting by around watching paint dry. Dec 21, Anne S rated it liked it. I usually like reading true crime books but this one left me wanting less information instead of more. The author went into too much detail regarding the trial and who said what and who was arguing over whether the guy was guilty because he was a con man or was he not guilty because he was having delusions.
Feb 07, Anita Harris rated it it was ok. I am an avid reader of true crime books and I must say I was disappointed in this one! I have read other books by Robert Scott that I enjoyed but this one In fact, it was so boring that I quit reading it half way thru :. Apr 19, Janice rated it really liked it. Very interesting read about the downfall of a young man toward ending up doing in his own mother and her boyfriend.see
To Love Someone Means You Occasionally Want To Murder Them
It's unbelievable how a person can change for the worse. Excellent writing by Robert Scott. True murder This is the second book I read b this author. I enjoyed the first much more than this one. This story started out very interesting but the psychiatric experts testimony was to long and drawn out. Mar 23, Norelle rated it really liked it Shelves: goodreads-book-challenge.
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A very well constructed ' crime ' novel. I loved the attention to detail. I felt as if I was in the court room as a reporter at times,it was so realistic. Jul 02, Ashton rated it really liked it Shelves: , summer-reading I thought it was good just not as good as other true crime novels I've read.
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I thought he went into it fast and it slowed down really quickly. Aug 09, Peg rated it did not like it Shelves: could-not-finish. I could not finish this book. It was just boring and I love true crime. Mar 20, Sue rated it it was ok Shelves: crimen. Too straightforward to finish. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates.
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Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda —. Rate This. The police make an arrest in about two-thirds of homicides. This leaves one-third of homicides unsolved, with offenders free in the community and the needs and desires of families and friends of victims unaddressed.
Recent increases in homicide are troubling. It remains to be seen if such increases signal the onset of a new wave of crime. Understanding the nature and patterns of homicide is key to formulating effective responses. To be successful, such responses must place more responsibility on communities for identifying disputes at an early stage in their development, before they turn fatal.
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