'Murder at Yale' - read it or not?
I received a review copy of "Murder at Yale" on my desk a few weeks ago. I haven't actually read it yet, so don't expect a review.
I'm hesitant to read it, because of my bad experience with "In the Middle of the Night," the book about the Cheshire slayings.
This book about the horrific Yale slaying promises to be "the true story of a beautiful grad student and a cold-blooded crime." I'm sure it will contain lots of details about how grad student Annie Le was killed and stuffed behind a wall, just days before she was to be married.
The accused killer, Raymond Clark III, is featured on the cover. I was in Middletown - the first day I ever spent here - the evening police decided to swarm his apartment to look for evidence.
I remember how he went to hide in a motel in Cromwell, and how police arrested him there after they matched his DNA.
The book will be full of theories about why Clark did what he did, even though he has not yet been convicted.
I'm not sure I'm quite ready for that. So I'm leaving it up to the readers. What do you think? Should I read it, or pass the book on to someone else?