Book: Everyday Murders by Hugh Anthony Levinecategories: Book, Murder Trials, Manhattan D.a.'s Office, San Francisco D.a., Courtroom Drama, Sidebars about Murder, True Crime
Hugh Anthony Levineabout this book: In Everyday Murders, Hugh Anthony Levine's second true-crime book, he relates six colorful murder cases he prosecuted in Manhattan and San Francisco, featuring killers who: murdered multiple victims; inflicted too many stab wounds to count; wielded unusual weapons; killed as entertainment for their friends; were identified by a victim who spoke from his grave.
Following each chapter the author provides a "Sidebar" on a topic directly related to murder cases: "Statistics of Murder", "Killers Who Confess", "West Coast Murders", "The Human Body as Evidence", "The Murdering Mind", "People v. 'Abraham?'".
Mr. Levine's two true-crime books won praise from best-selling novelists Richard North Patterson and Robert K. Tanenbaum:
Robert K. Tanenbaum: "Read Everyday Murders and Flake - The Trial of a Cop. You'll be entertained and enlightened by a true professional. Hugh Anthony Levine is authentic!"
Richard North Patterson: "Told with the authenticity and verve of a key player, the real-life courtroom drama of Flake illuminates in a particularly gritty and compelling way, the darker recesses of our criminal justice system."
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