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Posted January 19, 2010
Misses His Own Point
Mr. Fuhrman is probably a very good detective and is capable of putting together some material that is both interesting and salable. In this book, he puts forth a valid criticism of the media: That they pick certain types of stories with 'attractive' victims to bolster their news ratings by keeping these stories alive. Unfortunately, his efforts to support his premise seem to flounder after the first chapter or two. He seems more intent on proving that he was smarter and more competent than the local law enforcement officers. He's probably right, but that's not what the book purports to be about.
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