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DGRachel
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Pickpick

I‘m a little torn about this. The art was fine, but I found the varying font sizes and many of the panels difficult to read, which diminished my enjoyment of the story. However, by the time Campbell started discussing both true crime and crime dramas on TV, I was fully invested and entertained. There‘s humor here, yes, but also respect for victims, detailed genre history, and well-reasoned thoughts on why so many women share this obsession.

BarbaraBB And that makes two already! 2d
Librarybelle You‘re on a roll! 1d
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TheRiehlDeal
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Mehso-so

I‘m kind of on the fence with how to feel about this after listening to it. I‘ll be upfront and say I‘m not into true crime, so I only read this because I heard great things about the book and the HBO documentary.
This was a little all over the place in terms of the timeline. I‘m not sure if this was intentional, but I would‘ve preferred a more structured timeline with this one.
It is a shame that Michelle died before the GSK was finally… ⬇️

TheRiehlDeal put behind bars. But as the book stated, she didn‘t want all the spotlight focused on her, even if she were alive today to witness him in prison. 3.25 ⭐️ 12/1/22 2d
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HiMyNames_Alyssa
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Pickpick

True crime lover? This is a fabulous telling of one woman's obsession with the Golden State Killer. Finished by those thaylt worked with and loved her after her untimely death.

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GidgetsTreasures75
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12-1-22: My November Book Wrap Up part 1! These 3 books were terrific and I gave them 5⭐️.

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WorldsOkayestStepMom
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Mehso-so

The book was okay, but got repetitive towards the end. There were so many people involved in both the defense and prosecution of each of the KKK members, sometimes it was hard to remember who was who. I wish Mitchell had included photos of the victims at the end.

WorldsOkayestStepMom *just to clarify, I don't mean graphic photos of the victims, I mean photos from when they were living their lives. 3d
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Read_By_Red
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Pickpick

I liked this true crime novel. While there was a lot in it that I already knew, there were some new things that I was unaware of; my previous knowledge didn‘t take away from my enjoyment of the novel. I found Nothing but the Night easy to read. It read like a story; while full of facts, information and insights, I didn‘t feel overloaded with information and I could simply enjoy the novel‘s telling of the horrors that occurred and the aftermath.

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tyoung2058
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Been wanting to read this.

kspenmoll I really got caught up in this book! 6d
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kaysworld1
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Panpan

Last book of the #NovelNovember #Readathon
I have finally finished The house of Gucci and let me tell you it was boring as Hell!
Bogged down by way too much family drama and politics I had to go back and find when the death happened which was over in one sentence.

#truecrime #thehouseofgucci #murder #madness #italianfamily #audiobook

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Soscha
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Pickpick

Very well done, with much to think about.

What you think you know may not be accurate…but…my trial verdict 👎🏻

Q84 I'll have to check it out. 6d
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