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From the Publisher“A remarkably detailed, straight-up exposé of bureaucratic incompetence and human folly, set against the alluring backdrop of Washington. It’s an impressive feat of reporting and storytelling, full of the kind of plot elements that seem unbelievable and are made all the more engrossing because they’re true.”
—The New York Times Book Review
“[A] triumph of investigative journalism. Its authors did what the D.C. police and the FBI had not done: They exonerated Condit and identified Guandique as Levy's likely killer. Their reporting was thorough and focused, and they provide readers with detailed notes about where their facts come from.”
—San Francisco Chronicle
“An exhaustive and authoritative account.”
—Wall Street Journal
"A meticulous study of the case and the media circus surrounding it... Higham and Horwitz's compelling story brings hope that justice may finally come for Levys."
– Publisher's Weekly
"Fine reporting and behind-the-scenes drama; a must for true-crime fans."
"Essential for those interested in true crime mysteries or the world of Washington, DC, politics."
– Library Journal
"A well-reported, well-written chronicle of a botched criminal investigation and its disturbing aftermath."