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In this second collection of connected essays, Chicago cop Martin Preib takes on seemingly unrelated murder cases, all dating from one year (1982), including some in which offenders were released as part of the wrongful conviction movement.
This audiobook shatters listener assumptions - about the workings of justice, the objectivity of the media, and the role of the police in the city of Chicago, even calling into question allegations of police torture in the notorious cases against Jon Burge.
Told in the gripping tension of a crime novel, Preib strives for the highest language as he wanders these brutal, controversial killings.
©2014 Martin Preib (P)2014 Martin Preib
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