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From New York Times bestselling author and famed former Manhattan prosecutor Linda Fairstein comes a chilling new Alexandra Cooper novel, Entombed, in which Alex matches wits with the master of detective fiction himself-Edgar Allan Poe... Workers demolishing a nineteenth-century brownstone where Edgar Allan Poe once lived discover a human skeleton entombed -- standing -- From New York Times bestselling author and famed former Manhattan prosecutor Linda Fairstein comes a chilling new Alexandra Cooper novel, Entombed, in which Alex matches wits with the master of detective fiction himself-Edgar Allan Poe... Workers demolishing a nineteenth-century brownstone where Edgar Allan Poe once lived discover a human skeleton entombed -- standing -- behind a brick wall. When sex crimes prosecutor Alexandra Cooper hears about the case, it strikes her as a classic Poe scene...except that forensic evidence shows that this young woman died within the last twenty-five years. Meanwhile, Alex's old nemesis the Silk Stocking Rapist is once again terrorizing Manhattan's Upper East Side. The attacks soon escalate to murder, and the search leads Alex and detectives Mercer Wallace and Mike Chapman to the city's stunning Bronx Botanical Gardens. There, an enigmatic librarian presides over the Raven Society, a group devoted to the work of Poe. In exploring the fabled writer's tormented life for clues, Alex will cross paths with a cunning killer and face some of the greatest challenges of her career. Entombed is masterful, exhilarating crime fiction from one of crime writing's most dazzling stars.


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From New York Times bestselling author and famed former Manhattan prosecutor Linda Fairstein comes a chilling new Alexandra Cooper novel, Entombed, in which Alex matches wits with the master of detective fiction himself-Edgar Allan Poe... Workers demolishing a nineteenth-century brownstone where Edgar Allan Poe once lived discover a human skeleton entombed -- standing -- From New York Times bestselling author and famed former Manhattan prosecutor Linda Fairstein comes a chilling new Alexandra Cooper novel, Entombed, in which Alex matches wits with the master of detective fiction himself-Edgar Allan Poe... Workers demolishing a nineteenth-century brownstone where Edgar Allan Poe once lived discover a human skeleton entombed -- standing -- behind a brick wall. When sex crimes prosecutor Alexandra Cooper hears about the case, it strikes her as a classic Poe scene...except that forensic evidence shows that this young woman died within the last twenty-five years. Meanwhile, Alex's old nemesis the Silk Stocking Rapist is once again terrorizing Manhattan's Upper East Side. The attacks soon escalate to murder, and the search leads Alex and detectives Mercer Wallace and Mike Chapman to the city's stunning Bronx Botanical Gardens. There, an enigmatic librarian presides over the Raven Society, a group devoted to the work of Poe. In exploring the fabled writer's tormented life for clues, Alex will cross paths with a cunning killer and face some of the greatest challenges of her career. Entombed is masterful, exhilarating crime fiction from one of crime writing's most dazzling stars.

30 review for Entombed

  1. 4 out of 5

    Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede

    I have to admit that it was the connection to Edgar Allan Poe that got me to read this book. I have a weakness for books with some connection with famous authors/actors/people. So, when I read the description of the book about a dead body being found entombed standing behind a brick wall in a house that Edgar Allan Poe had lived in, then I just had to read the book! Since this is the first book I have read in this series, and also the very first book I have read by Linda Fairstein was I curious t I have to admit that it was the connection to Edgar Allan Poe that got me to read this book. I have a weakness for books with some connection with famous authors/actors/people. So, when I read the description of the book about a dead body being found entombed standing behind a brick wall in a house that Edgar Allan Poe had lived in, then I just had to read the book! Since this is the first book I have read in this series, and also the very first book I have read by Linda Fairstein was I curious to see how the book would be. Sometimes it's easy to get into stories despite it being a book in the middle of a series. Luckily, I quickly found myself intrigued with the story and I absolutely loved the characters. I found Alexandra Cooper to be a woman to my liking. Recently single, but not a depressed, but a strong and competent woman that doesn't mind being single. Her tragic past with her dead fiance made me like her even more and I read the book wanting to get to know more about her. Then, we have her friends and colleagues detectives Mercer Wallace and Mike Chapman, both two great guys. I loved this dynamic trio and they made the book truly enjoyable. It didn't hurt that the story got pretty intensive now and then. The cases in the book, both the rapist case and the-dead-woman-behind-the-wall case was interesting, though I have to admit that the case with the entombed was a bit more interesting to follow than the rapist case (hence the 4.5 rating). Still, it's a pretty awesome book and I have already ordered two books from Amazon since I want to know what happens next! So, I have found this series to my liking and I'm looking forward to reading more books by Linda Fairstein. 4.5 stars Read this review and others on A Bookaholic Swede

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Petersen

    My husband recommended this one because the setting included references to Edgar Allen Poe, the New York botanic gardens, and NYC history. All that was true; but the writing was boring, the murder mystery tedious, the setting obviously staged, and the overabundance of characters confusing and poorly delineated anyway. Five hundred pages of yawn, but once I started, I was, as almost always, obliged to finish.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sophia Peters

    Man, Fairstein really missed the mark on this one. The plot dragged and the ending is really whack-a-do. She failed to close all the loops on all the semi-interesting plot lines that came from Poe. She truly does describe a great New York meal though - pour me a Dewers. Hopefully the next one will be better!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Janice

    I'm lost in the maze. This novel kept bouncing around and I kept losing the focus. Yes, as the protagonist stated, a real life detective is involved in more than one case at at time. I think this novel tried to emulate that concept. There were two distinct cases that Alex Cooper and her partner were working on along with references to other cases that didn't add anything to the story. I think I would have preferred the book better if they'd cut out the story line about the silk stocking rapist a I'm lost in the maze. This novel kept bouncing around and I kept losing the focus. Yes, as the protagonist stated, a real life detective is involved in more than one case at at time. I think this novel tried to emulate that concept. There were two distinct cases that Alex Cooper and her partner were working on along with references to other cases that didn't add anything to the story. I think I would have preferred the book better if they'd cut out the story line about the silk stocking rapist and just concentrated on the Edgar Allen Poe copycat murder. I've turned into a book snob and have trashed some books lately. I know that can be painful to an author who has spent countless hours creating a body of work. So, to be fair, I must try and look for the positives as well. Perhaps it was my own fault that I kept losing focus. I would find that I had read a page and hadn't absorbed it. At other times, I would be completely absorbed in the story. If I hadn't found the story somewhat absorbing, I wouldn't have perservered through 500 pages. I liked the tie-in with the history of Edgar Allen Poe. I remember trying to memorize "The Raven" while in highschool. I loved his work. It was this reason that I was drawn to the book in the first place.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Marca

    Once upon a midnight dreary…I always learn something about a random subject usually unrelated to law in Fairstein’s books. Last time it was book collecting; this time it is Edgar Allen Poe. The plot is centered around Poe writing and enthusiasts. Prosecutor Alexandra Cooper attends a fundraiser in a building where Poe briefly resided, when a skeleton is discovered in a brick wall as it is being dismantled. Cooper is also on the trail of a serial rapist who has operated far too long in NYC. Are t Once upon a midnight dreary…I always learn something about a random subject usually unrelated to law in Fairstein’s books. Last time it was book collecting; this time it is Edgar Allen Poe. The plot is centered around Poe writing and enthusiasts. Prosecutor Alexandra Cooper attends a fundraiser in a building where Poe briefly resided, when a skeleton is discovered in a brick wall as it is being dismantled. Cooper is also on the trail of a serial rapist who has operated far too long in NYC. Are the cases related? A phone number trace leads Cooper and her team to a mysterious group called The Raven Society, which is the thread they need to unravel the mystery. I like Cooper and her team. They are dogged. They dodge the rules, sometimes, but they don’t live their lives flouting their authorities as do some detectives (which can grow tiresome). They are smart, and they work and play together well. I get a little tired of the Jeopardy games, but that’s just me. Definitely worth a read.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Paris (kerbytejas)

    This was a new author for me. The story was ok but nothing I'd scream about. This was a new author for me. The story was ok but nothing I'd scream about.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    Entombed was fascinating. Truly, wonderfully fascinating. Privilege, Poe and personal tragedies entwine in Alex Cooper's search for a long-dormant rapist as well as for the identity -- and murderer -- of a long-entombed corpse. At first the focus on Poe seemed like a distraction but, as is often the case in Fairstein's novels, it turned out to be key to finding the murderer. I'm very much looking forward to see how personal matters play out over the next book, even though I have a few (okay, 4) b Entombed was fascinating. Truly, wonderfully fascinating. Privilege, Poe and personal tragedies entwine in Alex Cooper's search for a long-dormant rapist as well as for the identity -- and murderer -- of a long-entombed corpse. At first the focus on Poe seemed like a distraction but, as is often the case in Fairstein's novels, it turned out to be key to finding the murderer. I'm very much looking forward to see how personal matters play out over the next book, even though I have a few (okay, 4) books already waiting for my attention.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Janet Robel

    Overall, good suspense. Maybe if I had read the previous books, I would have enjoyed this more.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lois

    This author used to be a prosecutor in NY. She was a part of pushing for charges against The Central Park Five. She still insists they are guilty after the city had to pay them $41 million dollars for malicious and wrongful prosecution. This author is a nasty racist bitch and doesn't deserve to have a publishing contract. https://www.newsweek.com/who-linda-fa... https://thegrio.com/2019/06/03/centra... https://youtu.be/u3F9n_smGWY This author used to be a prosecutor in NY. She was a part of pushing for charges against The Central Park Five. She still insists they are guilty after the city had to pay them $41 million dollars for malicious and wrongful prosecution. This author is a nasty racist bitch and doesn't deserve to have a publishing contract. https://www.newsweek.com/who-linda-fa... https://thegrio.com/2019/06/03/centra... https://youtu.be/u3F9n_smGWY

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ali

    Well, only good thing I can say is that listening to this audiobook has provided me with valuable information: never again pick up a book written by Linda Fairstein or narrated by Barbara Rosenblat. Come for the misogyny, stay for the offensive narration! I picked this up because it promised a mystery with ties to the writings of Edgar Allan Poe, but instead got bogged down in a biographical novel, with a bare-bones police procedural tacked on. I could've skipped an entire disc without missing an Well, only good thing I can say is that listening to this audiobook has provided me with valuable information: never again pick up a book written by Linda Fairstein or narrated by Barbara Rosenblat. Come for the misogyny, stay for the offensive narration! I picked this up because it promised a mystery with ties to the writings of Edgar Allan Poe, but instead got bogged down in a biographical novel, with a bare-bones police procedural tacked on. I could've skipped an entire disc without missing anything, as it appeared to be the author's intent to regurgitate every bit of research she did on Poe's life in New York for all of Disc 7! And don't get me started on the character of Mike. This man should be spending every day in HR offices, defending himself against harassment charges, for all the uncomfortable comments he makes to the female protagonist regarding her weight, appearance, and sex life. Especially laughable is when she is outraged by the misogyny of another character, while never calling out her colleague for the same behavior. And the narration! It wasn't as bad when listening to the CDs in a car, but when on headphones, all that can be heard is a constant smacking of saliva. I'm currently listening to another book which is beautifully narrated, with none of that distracting sound; don't know if it's the fault of the woman reading or the engineering of the recording, but it sets my teeth on edge. Add in the racially stereotyped vocalization choices and this is the last book I'll risk listening to by this narrator.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Devon

    It is probably hard to believe that as someone who often enjoys a good mystery/suspense novel that this is the first novel by former DA Linda Fairstein that I have read. Fortunately I was not at all disappointed with this engrossing novel. Entombed features attorney Alexandra Cooper who is the heroine in all of Fairstein's novels to date, yet in this tale while trying to find a serial rapist who has eluded her partner Mike Chapman and herself for years Alex also finds herself trying to find a mu It is probably hard to believe that as someone who often enjoys a good mystery/suspense novel that this is the first novel by former DA Linda Fairstein that I have read. Fortunately I was not at all disappointed with this engrossing novel. Entombed features attorney Alexandra Cooper who is the heroine in all of Fairstein's novels to date, yet in this tale while trying to find a serial rapist who has eluded her partner Mike Chapman and herself for years Alex also finds herself trying to find a murderer who quite obviously was trying to frame this serial rapist. Now finding this copycat has become a priority for Alex as she learns of its connection to a murder committed twenty-five years ago in the former home of poet Edgar Allen Poe. The investigation leads Alex and the detectives to a group of Poe enthusiasts known as the Raven Society who seem to have many secrets that they do not wish to have unearthed. This novel takes many twists and turns as Alex searches not only for a murderer but a serial rapist as well. However, the chemistry between Alex and detective Chapman, as well as the slight cliffhanger between the two, is what will keep me reading more of these Alex Cooper novels as well as searching out Fairstein's previous novels!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Stewart Madden

    How can you support/carry the books of this despicable person of an author Linda Fairstein. She is a corrupt ex NYC prosecutor who took away 5 teenage boys lives away from them allowing her detectives to interrogate these boys and coerced them into making false statements about a rape they had nothing to do with. The 5 boys were convicted of a crime they never admitted to nor never took a plea deal for. They presumed there innocence until the real rapists came forward. DNA testing proved who the How can you support/carry the books of this despicable person of an author Linda Fairstein. She is a corrupt ex NYC prosecutor who took away 5 teenage boys lives away from them allowing her detectives to interrogate these boys and coerced them into making false statements about a rape they had nothing to do with. The 5 boys were convicted of a crime they never admitted to nor never took a plea deal for. They presumed there innocence until the real rapists came forward. DNA testing proved who the real rapist was and NYC exonerated these 5 men but there lives were shattered. In addition, she continues to say these boys are guilty are sufficient DNA testing proved otherwise. Shame on this bookstore to continue to support this author. She is an example of the tyrants who promote injustice in our country. She ruined 5 teenage boys lives.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    In Linda Fairstein's Entombed, the 7th installment in the Alexandra Cooper legal thriller series, she told us a chilling thriller that raised a notch up in the chill factor. For Alexandra Cooper, she had a lot on her hands. First she tackled the return of a serial rapist who returned after a hiatus. Meanwhile, she investigated the murders of Emily Upshaw and the shocking entombment of a corpse, 20 years ago. While she worked on both cases, her friend Michael Chapman learned about the devastating In Linda Fairstein's Entombed, the 7th installment in the Alexandra Cooper legal thriller series, she told us a chilling thriller that raised a notch up in the chill factor. For Alexandra Cooper, she had a lot on her hands. First she tackled the return of a serial rapist who returned after a hiatus. Meanwhile, she investigated the murders of Emily Upshaw and the shocking entombment of a corpse, 20 years ago. While she worked on both cases, her friend Michael Chapman learned about the devastating loss on his girlfriend from a freak ski accident. With a lot of twists and turns, it all odds up to the Raven Society and the connection to Edgar Allen Poe and who was behind what happened to everyone who tried to stop them in the end.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Susannah Carleton

    Very good, very eyrie, and very atmospheric. Alex, Mike, and Mercer have their hands full between a skeleton found behind a brick wall in the basement of a house in which Edgar Allan Poe once lived, the return, after a hiatus of several years, of a serial killer, and other seemingly unrelated cases. Fans of Poe will enjoy this story and its references to his poems and takes; people who aren't fond of Poe will enjoy the thrilling who-dun-it tale with a handful of red herrings to keep them guessin Very good, very eyrie, and very atmospheric. Alex, Mike, and Mercer have their hands full between a skeleton found behind a brick wall in the basement of a house in which Edgar Allan Poe once lived, the return, after a hiatus of several years, of a serial killer, and other seemingly unrelated cases. Fans of Poe will enjoy this story and its references to his poems and takes; people who aren't fond of Poe will enjoy the thrilling who-dun-it tale with a handful of red herrings to keep them guessing.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Catherine

    This book felt like it was all over the place at times, and not always a cohesive story. It was too dragged out too, and didn't need to be 500 pages. Didn't love this one like some of her others. I'll always be a Linda Fairstein fan though. This book felt like it was all over the place at times, and not always a cohesive story. It was too dragged out too, and didn't need to be 500 pages. Didn't love this one like some of her others. I'll always be a Linda Fairstein fan though.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Bren

    This book freaked me out. It is scary..maybe a bit to much? I loved the premise though and finished it in one sitting. SPOILERS: The ending was unpredictable which I liked. I read an awful lot of mysteries and this one stands out for the creepy factor and for originality. 3.5 stars.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Deanne

    This is my favourite Linda Fairstein book, I enjoy reading about Alex, Mike and Mercer. The books are well written and you never know who the killer is until the end.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ginger Poulsen

    Eh.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mary Peble

    Good premise, but executed poorly. Full of cliches and one-dimensional characters. Not worth your time.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Trish W.

    The storyline of "Entombed" revolves around the work of Edgar Allan Poe. The title refers to several of Poe's stories of premature burial and the discovery of a skeleton behind a brick wall in a house Poe once lived in. But these remains are contemporary, a murder that happened in the past 25 years when the victim was buried alive. As the police investigation unfolds, protagonist Alexandra Cooper starts to wonder if someone is re-enacting other Poe tales. There are several interesting sub-plots The storyline of "Entombed" revolves around the work of Edgar Allan Poe. The title refers to several of Poe's stories of premature burial and the discovery of a skeleton behind a brick wall in a house Poe once lived in. But these remains are contemporary, a murder that happened in the past 25 years when the victim was buried alive. As the police investigation unfolds, protagonist Alexandra Cooper starts to wonder if someone is re-enacting other Poe tales. There are several interesting sub-plots to keep the story sufficiently complex to hold interest and the action is well-paced. Author Linda Fairstein spent 25 years as a Manhattan prosecutor and writes with those years of legal expertise and first-hand experience. There are no points in the book that stretch credulity — no instant forensics or super-computer program that magically provide all the answers. Other reviews complain it's disjointed and difficult to follow, but I had no such problems. Being a Poe fan, I also enjoyed the many biographical tidbits about him that were integral to this storyline. If a reader has no familiarity with Poe and has never read any of his work, they'll miss the extra dimension this provides to "Entombed". I'd encourage them to expand their horizons and explore one of the most important and influential American writers of the 19th century. Poe created the mystery/crime genre and greatly contributed to the birth of science fiction, so his body of work continues to have a profound world-wide impact on every such novel published. The prestigious Edgar Award presented annually by the Mystery Writers of America is named for him. "Entombed" is an entertaining read I'd recommend. It is seventh in the "Alexandra Cooper" series of novels but Fairstein has constructed it as a stand-alone story so it's not necessary to read them in order. An amazingly prolific and successful author, Fairstein has published 19 books in this series, beginning in 1996. The next anticipated series release is "Blood Oath" in late March 2019.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Pip Snort

    A rapist is stalking and attacking women on the Upper East Side of New York City. After several attacks and a clear DNA profile, the attacks suddenly ceased. Now, five years later, the Silk Stocking Rapist has returned. Alex Cooper, an assistant DA with the New York District Attorney's Office is working with the NYPD to identify and catch him before too many attacks occur. Emily Upshaw is attacked, but this time there is no rape, and she is killed. But Alex is not convinced that this is the work A rapist is stalking and attacking women on the Upper East Side of New York City. After several attacks and a clear DNA profile, the attacks suddenly ceased. Now, five years later, the Silk Stocking Rapist has returned. Alex Cooper, an assistant DA with the New York District Attorney's Office is working with the NYPD to identify and catch him before too many attacks occur. Emily Upshaw is attacked, but this time there is no rape, and she is killed. But Alex is not convinced that this is the work of the Silk Stocking Rapist. Instead it seems that this crime is linked to that of a body found inside the wall of the basement of Edgar Allen Poe's New York home. Weaving Poe's poetry and story ideas into a modern mystery, Linda Fairstein attempts to engage us in the hunt for this two disparate criminals. However, for me, this story did not work, it all felt a little too contrived, a bit forced. Even the dialogue between Ms Cooper and the police was too remote to be believable. Only ok.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Holly

    I have to admit that this was possibly my least liked book in this series but, I'm glad to say that I've now read all of them. I was filling in this summer, reading the ones I hadn't yet, and this was the last. That said, it did fill in some critical information about one of the main characters so I found that interesting. Edgar A. Poe is not my favorite and so with his life and works being at the crux of the plot, I wasn't enthralled with story line. I do hope that Fairstein is able to continue I have to admit that this was possibly my least liked book in this series but, I'm glad to say that I've now read all of them. I was filling in this summer, reading the ones I hadn't yet, and this was the last. That said, it did fill in some critical information about one of the main characters so I found that interesting. Edgar A. Poe is not my favorite and so with his life and works being at the crux of the plot, I wasn't enthralled with story line. I do hope that Fairstein is able to continue to publish her work as I've enjoyed this series and would love to be able to continue along as these characters grow with each additional installment.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    Other than being too long - really you need to get to the point a lot sooner - I always enjoy this series. I have read the books out of order so I know what happens eventually but there was a hint of it in this book. I learned a lot about Poe that I never knew, he is much too dark for my reading enjoyment, but I do like to learn. And if I ever get to NYC I want to go to the park they they talk about, it sounds wonderful. Now for a bummer - I can't find the next book in the series in the library Other than being too long - really you need to get to the point a lot sooner - I always enjoy this series. I have read the books out of order so I know what happens eventually but there was a hint of it in this book. I learned a lot about Poe that I never knew, he is much too dark for my reading enjoyment, but I do like to learn. And if I ever get to NYC I want to go to the park they they talk about, it sounds wonderful. Now for a bummer - I can't find the next book in the series in the library or on my phone. I may have to buy a copy. : o I lied I did find it in another library system about 45 minutes away and I will go and get it as soon as it's pulled!!!!

  24. 5 out of 5

    ElaineY

    A bit of yawn, this installment. The murder mystery ought to have been interesting but it wasn't. Mike Chapman lost his girlfriend in a skiing accident and I expected a bit more mileage from that event but nada, the guy clams up then gives Cooper the silent treatment. She misses the camaraderie they had and so did I. This is my 7th Alexandra Cooper book and they've so far , merited a weak 3 stars. This one didn't even get 3. Could be Fairstein's writing - she doesn't have the knack of making a st A bit of yawn, this installment. The murder mystery ought to have been interesting but it wasn't. Mike Chapman lost his girlfriend in a skiing accident and I expected a bit more mileage from that event but nada, the guy clams up then gives Cooper the silent treatment. She misses the camaraderie they had and so did I. This is my 7th Alexandra Cooper book and they've so far , merited a weak 3 stars. This one didn't even get 3. Could be Fairstein's writing - she doesn't have the knack of making a story interesting.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Pamela Brucker

    Any mystery that leaves me hanging until the last chapter automatically gets at least 3 stars. I really could not figure out the villan in this Poe based story. I loved the literature references, but otherwise this was not high on my list. I found the many characters who were introduced and then left, confusing. Where did the profiler go? Likewise, I found way to many side dramas that only complicated the main story, which was strong enough to stand on its own.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jill

    I typically enjoy these books as fluffy crime novels. They feel a lot like watching a Law and Order episode although the protagonist seems to get hurt in every storyline. I am pretty sure Sam Waterston never had this problem. However, this one seemed disjointed and I had trouble tying everything together. I did listen to the audio version and found out it was abridged once I was finished with it. That might be part of the problem...or not.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Galarza

    If I could give this (or any book written by this dispicable human being) less than one star, I would. Don’t even have to read them to know that they are terrible, fictional, and full of lies just as she is. If you are unaware of who she is and what she has done, educate yourself immediately. Kevin Richardson. Antron McCray. Korey Wise. Yusef Salaam. Raymond Santana Jr. Know their names. Watch #WhenTheySeeUs on Netflix now.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    Sections of this book were good, left me feeling like reading more. Other sections left me wondering why I was reading the story at all! Dragged in some places, not in others. Too many characters,so many that I couldn't keep track of the suspects. I skimmed thru some pages and eventually finished it. Sections of this book were good, left me feeling like reading more. Other sections left me wondering why I was reading the story at all! Dragged in some places, not in others. Too many characters,so many that I couldn't keep track of the suspects. I skimmed thru some pages and eventually finished it.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Whentheyseeus

    Time to get @LindaFairstein ignorant ass out of here too. A pompous racist and a callous, soulless, moral compass lacking manipulator of justice. How dare you write crime novels when you have knowingly committed a crime and lied in the court of law. You are pathetic & karma will meet you despite how you think you are invincible. #WhenTheySeeUs we see you!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Raquel Bruce

    Linda Fairstein put 5 innocent children in prison because they were black and she thought she was above the law. Their lives did not matter to her. She is a sorry excuse for a human being and no one should buy her stupid books. She came to fame on the broken lives of 5 black boys and their families! Shame on you Linda!

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