Morgan Berkshire is a writer with a special interest in true crime, criminal cases, and victims' rights.
Jodi Arias, the Boyfriend Killer: 100 Questions & Answers about the Caseby Morgan Berkshire
As the nation breathlessly awaits the final outcome of the notorious homicide, this book pulls together information from diverse media sources to answer the most frequently asked questions
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On May 8, 2013, Jodi Arias was convicted of the premeditated murder of her former boyfriend, Travis Alexander. But the penalty phase of the trial resulted in a hung jury.
As the nation breathlessly awaits the final outcome of the notorious homicide, this book pulls together information from diverse media sources to answer the most frequently asked questions about the case, such as:
“Did Jodi study witchcraft?”
“How intelligent is Jodi?”
“Why didn’t Jodi just break up with Travis if he was really so abusive?”
“What does the evidence suggest happened between Jodi and Travis during the murder?”
“If Jodi gets the death penalty, what will the execution be like and will she suffer?”
“A terrific overview of the case. Well-written and well-organized.” —Nick Navarre
“If you want to understand the Jodi Arias case and don’t want to spend hours reading or looking online for information, this book is for you. Highly recommended!” —Cassandra Howard
A portion of the proceeds from sales of this book will be donated to the Travis Alexander Legacy Fund (www.travisalexander.org); donations to this fund are the property of the Alexander family and are used by the family as they deem appropriate. The author and publisher of this book are not affiliated with the Alexander family in any way.
This book is approximately 12,000 words--the perfect length for reading on your tablet, e-reader, smart phone, or other electronic device.
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Nothing new in this book. If you watched the trial as I did, no need to read this book.