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Devil's Knot: The True Story of the West Memphis Three uploaded by Jessica P.
Devil's Knot: The True Story of the West Memphis Three

Devil's Knot: The True Story of the West Memphis Three

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Nicole L.
174 reviews
REALLY long book, first warning.  Second warning, you're gonna be REALLY angry while reading it.  The author is biased towards the teenage boys (which I personally agree with), and is trying to display their innocence.  It's a really detailed book, and an awful case.  If you want something shorter/quicker, there's a series of docs on HBO with a lot of the base info, but the book goes much more in depth to other theories and connections that are very important to the case.
Brittney M.
108 reviews
Incredible book, would recommend to anyone who enjoys true crime. One of my absolute favorite cases to study and it never gets old to me.
Jessica P.
Mantachie
123 reviews
If you enjoy true crime, if you never read anything else, read this. This case will definitely baffle you. It’s about the murder of 3 boys back in 1993 in West Memphis Arkansas. The police arrest 3 teenage boys for the murder. But it’s not so cut and dry. This is one case where justice definitely did not prevail and it shows us just how flawed our justice system really is, especially in small town America. Read for yourself and make up your own mind. Highly recommend.Devil's Knot: The True Story of the West Memphis Three
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