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Posted January 5, 2012
Still Worth your time...
and money. Particularly if you are not from the Indiana community and/or were not following the trial closely as it took place.I agree with other reviewers that the editing and geographic errors were irksome. Nonetheless, for the rest of us, these were forgivable if the other important detail wass not subtantially inaccurate. Presuming that, Glatt provides another extensive study of the evolution of evil. Which is why the writer's treatment of David Camm's, and other socio-skunk's, early life is critical to the book. Or if you believe, as many arguably do, that there is [And I say "is" because it's not over yet as of this review!!] reasonable doubt as to David Camm's guilt, this book is an excellent illustration of the post-O.J. jury backlash.
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Posted August 5, 2011
This wasn't the best written of true crime books but it kept my attention as it literally hit close to home. I am an Indiana resident and was born and raised in Michigan City where David Camm was imprisoned for some time. There's a twist in thr epilogue that you don't see coming. I would be interested in researching this case some more to see what the final outcome was. Worth reading for sure.
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Posted September 9, 2011
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