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[*] Post 312801 posted on 20-12-2007 at 10:27 Reply With Quote


Not Fiction but I ressurected this thread because I have picked up a Crime book (at the back of the bookcase) called "The encyclopedia of true crime". .
Its a hevy book lol.
I only hope it dosn't keep me awake at night ><
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[*] Post 312835 posted on 20-12-2007 at 14:09 Reply With Quote


The only way that is likely to keep you awake at night is by reading it! Books like that can be absolutely fascinating and impossible to put down! Good luck! You'll need it, LOL!
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[*] Post 312842 posted on 20-12-2007 at 14:27 Reply With Quote


Funny you should ask that, the bear,

because I thought I was about to read a new fiction by John Grisham but it turns out to be a true story.

Excellent book though. About a man wrongly convicted of murder and nearly executed for a crime he did not commit.

No Leer Jets or Condos in this one but still an excellent read. Sort of "The Chamber" but in reverse.

John
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