By Jens Soering,Bill Sizemore
Now released for the 1st time in English, Jens tells his part of the tale: of ways a naïve and reckless student fell right into a international of deception, medications, and finally homicide. His compelling, revelatory account is followed by means of the painstaking research of invoice Sizemore, a journalist who’s the Soering case for over a decade. In parallel with the 2016 documentary movie in regards to the murders, known as The Promise, A some distance, much better Thing not just issues to a miscarriage of justice, but additionally showcases the tragedy of lost love and a catastrophically silly declaration.
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A Far, Far Better Thing: Did a Fatal Attraction Lead to a Wrongful Conviction? by Jens Soering,Bill Sizemore