Blood Brothers: The Inside Story of the Menendez Murders

Blood Brothers The Inside Story of the Menendez Murders Discusses the murders of a rich L A businessman and his wife by their two sons who used a defense of child abuse to obtain a mistrial

  • Title: Blood Brothers: The Inside Story of the Menendez Murders
  • Author: Ron Soble John Johnson
  • ISBN: 9780451405470
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback
  • Discusses the murders of a rich L.A businessman and his wife by their two sons, who used a defense of child abuse to obtain a mistrial.

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    1. This wasn't half bad -- it did a good job of covering the basics of this case -- but I found myself longing for more. Apparently the author didn't have access to anyone really connected to the case -- like the accused killers -- and so couldn't give us much more than we saw in the papers.

    2. I don't think I was in the right mindset to read this book at this time as I had a difficult time focusing and remembering who was who. Read to page 56 before putting book down in April 2017.

    3. This book is badly in need of an update. It comes to an abrupt end at the culmination of the brothers' first trial, meaning I had to go on to find out how it all turned out. It's also littered with spelling mistakes. The authors refer to themselves in third person, which scans oddly. I was really expecting something more focused on the case and trial, but the vast majority of the book is centred on the family saga element, taking readers all the way back to the childhoods of Kitty and Jose Mene [...]

    4. ***Some spoilers herein*** Of the two books published about this case (each concluding at the end of the first trial, which ended in deadlocked juries) this is the more detailed one. As with "Bad Blood" by Don Davis, this book could use an update as well.What I will say is that the authors, while they have their opinions regarding the murders of Jose and Kitty Menenedez, try and for the most part to show both sides of the story, or at least what is known. The Menendez family had its secrets, per [...]

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