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Would you listen to Dr. Sam Sheppard on Trial again? Why?
Absolutely. I thought it was very well written and it was a different take on the trial than other books I've read on the subject.
What did you like best about this story?
I really enjoyed hearing the prosecutor's side of the story and how they built their case and defense.
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Any additional comments?
This is a fascinating case. It's unfortunate that the book was so poorly edited. There is a great deal of repetition and unnecessary detail to wade through, and it's the first time ever I wished I'd had an abridged version (which I normally avoid like the plague). The reader is careful to articulate clearly, but is pretty bland. This is, nevertheless, an interesting document of the case from the point of view of the prosecution. If this story interests you, you'll hang in there as I did just to sift through the facts, which are not organized for literary value, but do give you plenty of info with which to form your own opinion on whether the guy was guilty or not. And it is good to see someone step up and speak for the real victim of this awful crime.
4 of 7 people found this review helpful
An intelligent and comprehensive account which elucidates for the reader the event itself and the subsequent trials. Would highly recommend.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful