Thursday, August 28, 2008

True Stories of Law & Order by Kevin Dwyer and Jure Fiorillo

The 25 cases set in this book were a wide variety. They took ones that were used in the show to show how things were changed for television and what the real cases were like. I found it interesting that not a whole lot was changed. They stuck to the case pretty well. I did not remember all of them but the ones I did it was cool to see what the real story was like.

Mr. Dwyer and Ms. Fiorillo did a fantastic job of doing research and to get the real story out. None of them were too long since they had to put so many of them in one book. They made sure to state where things were said by other people and that if something was never solved that was put in too. The book was published in 2006 so maybe it was current when they were writing it.

I was truly impressed with this book and it made me more curious about how the justice system can work good or bad. I highly recommend this book for anyone who either likes the show or is a fan of true crime or both. It will keep your attention and will not be easy to put down.

Kevin Dwyer/ Jure Fiorillo/ New Authors/ True Crime/ Non-Fiction/272 pages/5 out of 5


Juré said...

Many thanks for your nice review of my (and Kevin's) book True Stories of Law & Order! One note: I am a Ms. not a Mr. :-)
Juré Fiorillo

Lover of Books said...

You are welcome. I apologize for my mistake. I have since corrected it and I appreciate your comment.

Juré said...

Thanks for making the correction.
The second book in the series, True Stories of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, is the one that includes our author photo in the back.

Lover of Books said...

You are most welcome. I'll have to see if I can track that one down. :) Thank you again for being so understanding. :)