Nobody knows who killed JonBenét Ramsey. Despite the efforts of Colorado’s legendary super sleuth Lou Smit, the JonBenét Ramsey case has – to the present date - defied demystification. Smit, who cracked over 200 cases and had a 90% success record, devoted the last years of his life to finding JonBenét’s killer. Smit died in 2010 having failed to solve this confounding caseNobody knows who killed JonBenét Ramsey. Despite the efforts of Colorado’s legendary super sleuth Lou Smit, the JonBenét Ramsey case has – to the present date - defied demystification. Smit, who cracked over 200 cases and had a 90% success record, devoted the last years of his life to finding JonBenét’s killer. Smit died in 2010 having failed to solve this confounding case. 6 years later, despite massive media attention and widespread public scrutiny the most famous of cold cases remains unsolved. Now two rising stars of the true crime genre have put their heads together for their toughest assignment yet. “The caseload involved is colossal. It’s overwhelming. At times I’ve felt like I was drowning; literally dying while I was investigating this case. I haven’t felt anything as bad on any other case; that should indicate what we’re dealing with here.” – Nick van der Leek, Photojournalist But The Craven Silence is more than just an investigation into the murder of a beautiful little girl, it’s an investigation into the very basements of the human condition. To genuinely probe the cold desecrations of our common humanity, the authors move through the veneers of winter and Christmas to deeper and darker places. “I can understand how this case obsessed Smit but ultimately it defeated him and just about everyone else. We’re trying to avoid getting bogged down or lost inside this twenty year old story; we’re trying to find something no one else has and when we do, stay humble.” – Lisa Wilson, bestselling author and blogger In The Craven Silence the authors have burrowed behind Boulder’s chummy bureaucracy in search of not one murderer, but several… ...
|Title||:||the craven silence true crime worldwide vintage edition book 1|
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the craven silence true crime worldwide vintage edition book 1 Reviews
BrilliantWhat a brilliant book, I couldn't put it down. It answered some of my questions I had, go get it...
TerribleRambling opinions with very little structure. It would be a really confusing read for someone not familiar with details of the case. They get key facts wrong. The swearing is uncalled for. Needs a heavy edit and reads like a blog or forum; not book material.
BrilliantA hard hitting account of a case that has been in the spotlight many times over the last two decades. I loved the 'tell it as it is' writing style and have the next two books downloaded.
Very good readThis book dives into an area most authors omit....it addresses the thought patterns of those that could be involved...on to book 2