SHOOTING SADDAM is a behind-the-scenes narrative of the televised coverage of Saddam Hussein's trial and conviction. The trial serves as a backdrop for the tale of a Court TV cameraman on an amusing and enlightening journey at the peak of Baghdad's civil unrest.
"As a videographer, Dennis tells a story through the camera lens but now, in Shooting Saddam, he displays a remarkable talent for storytelling through words. Lynch strikes a proper balance between self-deprecating humor and the somber portrayal of a terrifying subject-the trial and death verdict of a tyrant."
---Beth Karas, legal analyst, former Court TV correspondent
"Dennis is the consummate storyteller with a keen eye for details and color that brings the tales he tells to life. An uncanny ability to bring the reader or viewer along on the journey into the stories that have become, and will become, the history of our time."
--- Brian Skoloff, journalist, author, "Killer Girlfriend: The Jodi Arias Story"
"Shooting Saddam" is a courtroom drama like none else you have ever, or will ever likely read.
James F Kyle, Senior Producer Al Jazeera America
"It's Lynch's eye for the absurd detail that makes this Green-Zone tale so worthwhile. "
---Lisa Sweetingham, author of Chemical Cowboys
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