This is an excellent true crime book, and well written. The author tells you that he is going to tell the tale in chronoligical order so the reader can see all the false leads, wrong turns, and conclusions.
It has it all: the crime, the investigation, the trial, and then a new, much more professional investigation investigation, followed by a good conclusion.
based on a true story, girl is murdered in dry cleaner store in monroeville, ala.
black man is accused, whites do not believe his story or witnesses. injustice to this man and his family
True investigation and courtroom drama. This book shows how the justice system can be wrong.
Facinating true story of black man exonerated after false conviction for murder of white girl> Southern justice exposed!
The subtitle is Death, Life and Justice in a Southern Town.
Excellent true crime story. Fans of "To Kill A Mockingbird" take note - there are definite connections between Harper Lee's novel and this true story.
Description says "unabridged", but this isbn is actually abridged, 2 cassettes playing 3 hours.