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Publisher's Summary

When they met, Jessica O'Grady was a tall, starry-eyed Omaha, Nebraska co-ed in search of Mr. Right, Christopher Edwards was a deceitful and darkened soul. In May of 2006, Jessica's mystifying disappearance and a blood-soaked mattress turned into Nebraska's biggest news story. Enter Douglas County Sheriff's CSI stalwart Dave Kofoed, driven to solve high-profile murders, who in this case would lead to questions surrounding the forensic evidence used against Edwards.
©2015 WildBlue Press (P)2015 WildBlue Press
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By DK on 08-28-15

True Crime Body Of Proof Love Triangle Murder


This is the account of the true crime story recounting the murder, evidence collection, trial of Jessica O'Grady in May 2006. In the aftermath of trial we learn of questionable procedures and an overzealous sheriff.

I thought that it was going to be a mystery so I was a little bit bummed when I found out within the first 15 minutes "whodunit"

However, this is a meticulous accounting of the CSI procedures, a potentially shady sheriff. I held on and continued to listen and I am really happy that I did.

The book cast a light in different directions and the end… Well you'll just have to listen to it!

Kevin Pierce is an excellent narrator who kept the material intriguing. While the descriptions of CSI protocol in recovering evidence could have been dull, he was able to engage and it made me stay interested.

I don't normally like to listen to real-life criminal books, it feels wrong to me. Especially given the victim was a young woman – torn from the headlines kind of book. However, *I agreed to listen to the book in exchange for this review, so I did. It is a book for anyone who is interested in true crime &/or taken from the headlines.

Note: After the description of Jessica O'Grady's violent murder there is nothing to warn about.

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By Atlantis on 09-07-15

Interesting

Where does Body of Proof rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I've never listened to true story crimes until this one.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Body of Proof?

When he let the cops search his room.

Which character – as performed by Kevin Pierce – was your favorite?

He didn't really do the voices of the characters. So all of them I suppose?

If you could give Body of Proof a new subtitle, what would it be?

Raging hormones and murder in Omaha.

Any additional comments?

I wouldn't mind listening to something like this again soon.

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBlast dot com.

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6 of 6 people found this review helpful

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