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1.0 out of 5 stars
Terrible, Jan. 31 2009
I have not read a book in a long time that I was looking forward to finishing, but this is one of them. I have found myself skipping paragraph after paragraph, trying to get back to some inkling of what I bought the book for, to learn more about this case.
Just about the time she gets back on track, off we go again to her world, the apartment hunting, problems with the leaky windsheild in the jeep, what she ate for lunch, and on and on.
Some have said that she had to "fill" pages because there was a publication ban of the trial on at the time.
I agree that she deliberately "filled" pages.
If it was because she could not keep on subject for lack of material, then I would question her credibility as an author, and her motives, for releasing this book, when she has already proposed to release another book after the trial.
Sounds like "double dipping" to me (at my expense).
If not, then I would have to say the she is pretty much "full" of herself