Monday, January 18, 2016
He Killed Them All: Robert Durst and My Quest for Justice by Jeanine Pirro
I have been fascinated by the Robert Durst case ever since I first saw the movie All Good Things, and learned it was based off a true story.
Then came The Jinx, which is what seems to have brought about this book.
Pirro is both the problem and the solution when it comes to He Killed Them All. She has inside information and anecdotes no one else would be able to share. But she also centers a lot of the book on herself, what she has gone through, with a lot of all caps and exclamation points used.
To be fair, she does lay it out in the title-it's about her quest for justice. And she did have to go through quite a lot as a woman in a position of power. I just wish someone had done just a bit more editing before this book went to print.
But regardless, it is a fascinating read. Pirro takes readers through the case from beginning to present day, dissecting what has happened and what she believes to have happened. I found especially interesting the sections where she dissected each episode of The Jinx.
I would definitely recommend this book for readers of true crime, as well as anyone who watched The Jinx.