I read it a few days ago. Good book, lots of information I hadn't read anywhere else, and I've read plenty on Schiavo.
Wish he'd waited a few weeks though, for the autopsy report. Not having done so, he's going to have to rewrite some portion of the first edition, not just add a chapter somewhere.
Still, I'd recommend it. He tries to be fair but from a cop's pov, Michael Schiavo reeks of deceit at the very least.
Worst flaw in book: Bobby's impossible sketch of the Schiavo apt. floor plan. Should have left that on the cutting room floor, so to speak.
Sadly, I may be preaching to the choir here, but here goes....
Regardless of where anyone stands on the issue of Terri's death, anyone who wants Terri to be at peace should support an investigation. Death with dignity means more than just how one dies.
If, and I mean IF, there is any chance of foul play, she derserves the respect, the dignity, the right to rest in peace with no questions unanswered.
My personal opnion is that an investigation is warranted. I have read court records and have listened to Michael Schiavo and found the contradictions disturbing.
If Schiavo is innocent---we will owe him an apology and I will be first in line.
But we cannot allow what may or may not have happened so many years ago to remain intertwined with the issue of how she died in 2005. They are 2 separate animals.