Laci Peterson the Whole Story: Laci, Scott, and Amber's Deadly Love Tiangle

Laci Peterson the Whole Story: Laci, Scott, and Amber's Deadly Love Tiangle

by Brad Knight
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Laci Peterson the Whole Story: Laci, Scott, and Amber's Deadly Love Tiangle by Brad Knight

Finally, here is an in-depth analysis of the most important factors surrounding the Laci Peterson murder case. Brad Knight discusses with candid frankness and sharp clarity the deadly love triangle of Laci, Scott and Amber, as well as many of the pivotal issues that were brought into the original investigation. Since then, much of this key evidence has been overlooked by the general media.

In Laci Peterson The Whole Story, learn answers to questions that you would never have thought to ask, but will wish you had. The author, intriguingly, lays out and compares several powerful new theories that the trial lawyers could have effectively worked to their advantage. Inside you will find the best legal, analytical, investigative, and most of all--descriptive literary work available until now on the subject; all put into a wholesome, down-to-earth, and common sense perspective.

Knight presents:

  • Rare interviews with primary but discreet participants.
  • The reason why prosecutors should've called Cory Carroll as a witness.
  • His own more powerful version of prosecution and defense closing arguments.
  • Plus a whole roller coaster ride of fascinating incidents throughout the case.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780595347506
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 04/28/2005
Pages: 428
Sales rank: 326,438
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.95(d)

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Laci Peterson the Whole Story 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm trying to finish this book. I believe this is the worst book I have read. Since there were a few good reviews I decided to give it a try. I DO NOT understand how any of those reviews were honestly given. Although I haven't read all the books on this case I believe this has to be the worst - the worst written, the worst in revelant information, the WORST IN ALL AREAS. Does not deserve even one star.
RainyDayReadingGirl More than 1 year ago
This self-serving piece of garbage was obviously written to further the career of the talentless fool who is trying to cash in on the terribly sad story of the murder of this beautiful young woman by her husband. He offers absolutely nothing in the way of new information, and too many sections of the book are the pointless, rambling opinions of this "writer." The book is also chock full of grammatical and spelling errors. If you want to read a good book about Laci Peterson, read the touching story by her mother, Sharon Rocha, "For Laci," or, for a compelling read about this crime and its outcome, I recommend "A Deadly Game" by Catherine Crier. Don't waste your time with this drivel.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This new revised edition of Laci Peterson The Whole Story was right to the point. The reviewer 'Michelle' wrote the same review for the original edition as she did this one. She was mistaken. This is an updated version with hardly anything about OJ, and nothing about Michael Jackson or Martha Stewart. The author sticks right to the Scott Peterson case through and through, and hardly anything about himself unless it relates directly to the case. I recommend this one as well as Amber Frey's Witness and Catherine Crier's Deadly game.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read almost every book written about Laci Peterson and I feel that there are better books out there. This was a different prespective, but I couldn't finish the book and that is hard for me to do. The author jumps around alot and I had a hard time following him. It felt like he was just trying to fill up the pages. Sorry.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found this book to be so poorly written that afer making several attempts I could not bring myself to finish it. The author jumps throughout the series of events so the timeline is difficult to follow. The in depth detail of the authors speculation is not only ridiculous but does not have anything to do with the actual investigation. The book appears to be a pile of notes typed up and thrown together in a book.
CoffeeBreakPA More than 1 year ago
Kudos to those of you who reviewed it, have a brain and called it right - the ABSOLUTELY WORST WRITTEN BOOK EVER.  Talk about "But I digress . . . ."  This guy is an idiot .  All the previous reviews (except the brain-dead ones who liked it) said it all.  What I have to add is that I am upset that B&N is selling stuff like this.  Where are the publishers and editors who used to filter junk like this and put it into the appropriate garbage can.  Watch out for self-published garbage . . . it's out there.  For true crime, I am sticking with Ann Rule and Gregg Olson and the other professionals.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I've been reading a lot of the books on the Laci Peterson case and this is one of my favorites. This author gets right to the point and tells it like it is. We didn't hear too much more on the 'Dirty & Skeeter' theory part of the investigation, but Brad Knight brought out all the research on this issue to the forefront. Very interesting. I give this one a thumbs up.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've read most of the books out on the Laci Peterson case. I've enjoyed some very much, others not as much. This one, however, was my favorite. Mr. Knight uncovered some very interesting and even some very embarassing details about many of the participants in the case. There were, for example, several discoveries made in this book that lead to detailed discussions and investigations on the same matters in later books on the subject. This author seems to have a unique way inwhich he has described and compared factors in the case that unduobtedly had significant influence on how things were actually played out by the lawyers, reporters and family members. I highly recommend this book, as well as the Sharon Rocha book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
No, Brad Knight isn't a character in a David Hassellhoff tv series, he's a writer...or so he claims. Rather than waste time and money on fools gold, I'd shelve this imitator and pick up a copy of the real deal, Catherine Crier's 'A Deadly Game'. The Modesto police force seems to agree that Catherine Crier's book is the best one out there as well. The detectives, even the Modesto Police Chief, were so impressed with 'A Deadly Game' that they all sat down with Crier for a series of riviting interviews. Did they sit down with Brad? I think not.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The tile should have been 'The Whole Story, Plus a bunch of non-related material and a bunch of opinionated what ifs' The author wrote more about other topics, OJ Simpson, Martha Stewart, how he remodeled his own home and asked out a girl from the search team, why he thought the made for tv movie was lousey, how he would have written it, and his hypothetical closing arguments than about Laci. The book should have centered around her story, not his. It took me a long time to get through this book because it couldn't hold my interest.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found this one to be an outstanding read. Coming from a lesser known participant, the author had more neutrality than some of the others and, thus, became more credible in his direct assesment of the facts. Everything from the scene at park where Laci was last known to be, to the court hearings were captivating and, even in some ways, entertaining. I strongly recommend this book to anyone who has followed the Peterson case or just had an interest in it.