Earley’s reporting has the bracing flavor of fiction, as if he were a masterly novelist displaying his imagination in a crime thriller.”
—The Washington Post
“Mr. Earley tells the story skillfully, weaving together interview material, investigators’ reports and courtroom testimony to show how the system slowly, inexorably tightened a noose around Mr. McMillian’s neck. Circumstantial Evidence leaves readers outraged.”
—The New York Times Book Review
“A wonderful story. The new To Kill a Mockingbird.”
–Gerry Spence, author of How to Argue and Win Every Time
From the Paperback edition.