by Maggy on October 21, 2007In a generation of CSI and Law and Order, we don't often appreciate how hard it was for the general public to get information about murder cases in the early part of the twentieth century. The first non-fiction novel, In Cold Blood tells the story of two killers and their well-liked victims. This book reads like a novel, but is, in fact, purely non-fiction (Truman Capote had a ninety-seven percent conversation recall). This book changed my opinion of the death penalty; it really challenges your views, and makes you wonder how we can identify criminals versus victims of a mental disorder or bad circumstance.
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