In Cold Blood
In Cold Blood A True Account of A Multiple Murder and Its Consequences By Capote, Truman, 1924-1984 Book - 1966

A riveting, nuanced examination of the crime and trial of Perry Smith and Richard Hickock. Capote explores issues of psychology, law, religion, and family life in his vast recreation of community upheaval. With detailed description of the ghastly murders early in the book, I wondered how Capote would achieve ample build-up through the final events of the story. I shouldn't have worried.

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