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leeloo13
Harry Potter | JK Rowling
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Howard_L
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Mehso-so

Less of a book than a critical essay at just under one hundred pages. I‘m a Hiaasen fan and even agree with his criticisms of Disney‘s greed and overly sanitized experiences as well as it‘s detrimental effect on the environment in general and the state of Florida in particular. However, I missed the biting humor and character development through which he usually makes his case. Give me Skink anytime.

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Bookgirl
Vicious | V. E. Schwab
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Pickpick

Loved this! I have read the Darker Shade of Magic trilogy and enjoyed it so thought I‘d try Schwab‘s Vicious and I was pleasantly surprised to find a very different type of book. I was reminded quite a bit of the old TV show Heroes, and a little bit of Flatliners and The OA. The characters are fascinating and I‘m excited that there are more books to follow. I brought #2 on the trip so I can keep going! #vacationreading #orlando #disneyworld #epcot

kspenmoll Gorgeous photo! 11mo
TheDaysGoBy You‘re at one of my favorite places! And I‘m glad I wasn‘t the only one that got Flatliners from that book 11mo
Dragon Lovely flowers! 😀🐉 11mo
Bookgirl @kspenmoll thanks, my daughter took it - she‘s 16 and much better at iPhone pics!! @TheDaysGoBy @Dragon It‘s beautiful there right now! 11mo
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Reviewsbylola
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First I read Jose Baez‘s book. Obviously I had to round it out by reading prosecutor Jeff Ashton‘s book.

I absolutely believe Casey killed Caylee. I absolutely believe the jury should have convicted her. I admit I initially gave Jose‘s theory a bit of weight initially about Caylee accidentally drowning in the pool. It just doesn‘t make sense though. The jury seemed to put a lot of stock in the lack of an official cause of death.

Cinfhen I remember this horrific story 💔💔💔 13mo
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keys_on_fire
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I devoured this book. It is written by one of the prosecuting attorneys in the case and I loved his approach to the book. The whole thing can be summed up by the picture. It ended up being not about Caylee and the justice she deserved, but about Casey. Toward the end, I felt there was some repetition, but I was able to overlook it. I‘m tempted to read Jose Baez‘s book to see what the other side has to say.

DGRachel It may be wrong of me, but I don‘t give a rat‘s patootie about what the defense team has to say. I am still appalled that she was acquitted. 2y
Burghbookaddict @DGRachel I agree I'm so disgusted by this woman 2y
keys_on_fire @DGRachel Oh I‘m 💯% with you, but according to this guy they were so all over the place with their approach it makes me curious to see if they thought they had ANY logic behind it. It‘s also interesting that there were no psychological witnesses during the trial. 2y
Copwithabook You would be amazed at the stuff the police know that never gets allowed in the court room. I‘m guessing lawyers found a way to keep psych experts out of it. 2y
keys_on_fire @Copwithabook In this case, the defense was going to have two psychologists as witnesses, but pulled them when the prosecution then wanted to have a state expert examine her. This book was truly a fascinating read 2y
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keys_on_fire
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I like to have a kindle book going even if I‘m reading a print book so that if I find an opportunity to read, I can take advantage of it. I was watching an A&E special on Casey Anthony‘s parents tonight, & decided to find a book to read about the case. I flew through 50 pages in about 40 minutes! Am loving this one so far!

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KCLitLover
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If you ever wondered how Casey Anthony escaped justice, this is the book you are looking for. It is written by one of the prosecutors and provides an expert's view of both the evidence and case as a whole.

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Debiw781
Better Late Than Never | Jenn McKinlay
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1. We didn‘t escape but we had a blast with my brother in law and my two nieces
2. No #winterhaven #lakeland #orlando #tampa
3. Take out lol
4. Pink
5. 54

#humpdaypost
@MinDea

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Sugarroku
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My I for #LitsyAtoZ was Jeff Ashton‘s Imperfect Justice. This was an amazing account of the prosecutor‘s case against Casey Anthony. If you followed that in the media like I did, this is a great read to know what was fact and what was fiction. Of course, there is bias against Casey, but you still decide in the end if she is guilty. Fantastic read.

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guinsgirlreads
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My #libraryhaul from work today.. 2 from the bins, 2 from the returns cart, 1 from the new shelf, and 1 because it goes with the other one 😂

kstadt929 I have “Dead Woman Walking” from the library right now too! 2y
guinsgirlreads @kstadt929 I grabbed it on an impulse! 2y
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