One Tragic Night: The Oscar Pistorius Murder Trial

One Tragic Night The Oscar Pistorius Murder Trial None

  • Title: One Tragic Night: The Oscar Pistorius Murder Trial
  • Author: Mandy Wiener Barry Bateman
  • ISBN: 9781250046178
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Hardcover
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      Published :2019-06-04T04:41:42+00:00

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    • Nicholas says:

      win. WIll read and review once received.I was very happy to receive this book in the mail. I started reading it the moment it came and could barely put the book down. I didn't really know much about this case and this book had a lot of new information I hadn't heard about yet. It was well written and made it easy to understand. I would really recommend this book if you were looking more into this event that happened.

    • Neil Mudde says:

      567 Pages of small print, I wanted to read the details not necessary of the murder itself, but they way the SA justice system worksThere is a blow by blow description of the night/morning event, what those living nearby heard, no matter what a pretty horrific way to die, sitting on the toilet with the door closed then being shot at,not being able to moveThere is a great deal of discussion about the lead detective Botha, who it seems did things his own way.I knew very little about Oscar Pistorius [...]

    • Sabrina Laitinen says:

      I receive a copy of this book through giveaway.This book has all the grit and settings for a great True Crime Mystery. Even more fascinating are the characters - the Paralympic super star Oscar Pistorius and his victim girlfriend, a beautiful model Reeva Steenkamp. The book has meticulously covered every detail, making it a fascination but tedious read. The accompanying photographs are great and the narrative written in easy language, but I feel the book could have been just as well done in 30% [...]

    • Madeleine McLaughlin says:

      Whether you're specifically interested in Oscar Pistorius or love the genre of true crime, this book will hold you to the page. It's a big book of 557 pages and every single one is interesting, even if it is hard to abstract a moral from this story. Is it about what happens when you give an unstable personality unlimited adulation, money and fame or is it a tale about staying with a man who proves himself to be possibly violent and cloying? Or is it about injustice? By reading all 557 pages you [...]

    • Ms. Reader says:

      I received this book from in exchange for an honest reviewThis book was very bland, boring, and overly lengthy. I know the author probably wanted to touch on every detail, but it got to the point of where I was screaming inside of my head: "Get to the point already!" It was frustrating reading this because in so many areas, you felt like you weren't going anywhere with the storyline. The author rambles on quiet a bit, and ruined the whole book for me.

    • Delyse Richards says:

      Having watched the whole trial from day one, I found the extra information the authors had obtained from interviews outside of court proceedings very interesting, as well as reading about the trial as I remembered it. This was a long but well wriiten book.

    • Leslie Jonsson says:

      A tome to the "trial of the century" in 2013-the Oscar Pistorius trial in South Africa. Although the book is in English, the author's use of the Queen's english is challenging for American readers. The book was unexpectedly boring in parts.

    • VaughanPL says:

      Click here to find it in the catalogue.

    • Chris says:

      Still feel badly for Reeva and her family. Such a tragedy.

    • Sally Duvenhage says:

      Fascinating real life. Fascinating book. I thought it could have been made more of a novel - less of a newspaper report feel to it would have made it a great improvement. It is, after all, a dramatic story.

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