When I started reading this book I didn't realize that it was a true story. The style of writing threw me off and it wasn't until I checked the genre [non-fiction] that it began to make sense. While the author did their job with the extensive research that would have been required to write this book, I believe it could have been done better without all of the back and forth long, drawn-out court scenes, it was just too much. That being said, I also believe this would be a great candidate for, at minimum, a made-for-TV-movie to really get the point across. It is sad to think that this could/and does happen in the judicial system even today and lucky for Norm Wartnick there were a couple of attorneys that were able to finally bring this case to the true justice it deserved. Don't get me wrong, I did enjoy the book.