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The New York TimesBristling with charts, graphs, illustrations, snatches of court transcripts and the author's own Q. and A.'s with key players, it is the literary equivalent of one of his movies. It's a rough-hewed documentary master class…A Wilderness of Error upends nearly everything you think you know about these killings and their aftermath. Watching Mr. Morris wade into this thicket of material is like watching an aggrieved parent walk into a teenager's fetid, clothes- and Doritos-strewed bedroom and neatly sort and disinfect until the place shines. He will leave you 85 percent certain that Mr. MacDonald is innocent. He will leave you 100 percent certain he did not get a fair trial.