Echoes of My Soul
In the tradition of John Grisham's The Innocent Man, New York Times bestselling author Robert K. Tanenbaum returns to his roots as a Manhattan Assistant District Attorney to write a page-turning real-life thriller about a case of two young women murdered,
an innocent man convicted and sent to jail, and the young D.A. who refused to give up until justice was served.
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Review: Echoes of my SoulUser Review - Janice Barlow - Goodreads
Excellent true crime book with a 1960's writing style. I loved it. Read full review
Review: Echoes of my SoulUser Review - Chrislcg - Goodreads
Like other reviewers here, I thought this was poorly written. The author was mentored by the DAs that worked on the 1963 case of two young female roommates that were brutally murdered in Manhattan. He ... Read full review