Regular price: $17.00
Buy Now with 1 Credit
Buy Now for $17.00
I'm a recovering journalist and am drawn to stories about reporting the news. I have images etched in my mind that I'll never forget.
Laura Tillman's book takes the reader beyond the ten to 14 inches that a print reporter is allowed to cover a news story. It takes you beyond the who, what, where and when and into the why: not only why people kill, but why people have to judge.
Tillman's mind is like a rock tumbler. The sharp-edged details are sanded and polished. The end result is something more clearly seen, knowable, and truer than truth.
Julia Whelan's narration is perfect for this work. It is musing and contemplative and is an excellent vehicle for the author's perceptions. Good throughout, Whelan is exceptional in her conveyance of the final chapter.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
I listened to this in one setting. I like the way the author presents this story.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful