!!> KINDLE ➛ Shadow of Doubt ❥ Author Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon – Ebats.us

Shadow of Doubt On July 6, 2011, Richard Oland, Scion Of The Moosehead Brewing Family, Was Murdered In His Office The Brutal Killing Stunned The City Of Saint John, And News Of The Crime Reverberated Across The Country In A Shocking Turn And After A Two And Half Year Police Investigation, Oland S Only Son, Dennis, Was Arrested For Second Degree Murder.CBC Reporter Bobbi Jean MacKinnon Covered The Oland Case From The Beginning In Shadow Of Doubt, She Examines The Controversial Investigation From The Day Richard Oland S Battered Body Was Discovered To The Conclusion Of Dennis Oland S Trial, Including The Hotly Debated Verdict And Its Aftermath Meticulously Examining The Evidence, MacKinnon Vividly Reconstructs The Cases For Both The Prosecution And The Defence She Delves Into Oland Family History, Exploring The Strained Relationships, Infidelities, And Financial Problems That, According To The Crown, Provided Motives For Murder Shadow Of Doubt Is A Revealing Look At A Sensational Crime, The Tribulations Of A Prominent Family, And The Inner Workings Of The Justice System That Led To Dennis Oland S Contentious Conviction.

!!> KINDLE ➛ Shadow of Doubt  ❥ Author Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon – Ebats.us
  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Shadow of Doubt
  • Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon
  • English
  • 04 June 2018
  • 0864929218

    10 thoughts on “!!> KINDLE ➛ Shadow of Doubt ❥ Author Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon – Ebats.us


  1. says:

    Author and CBC reporter Bobbi Jean MacKinnon states in the PrefaceAs a reporter for CBC News, I covered this case from the day Richard Oland s body was discovered I attended press conferences, jury selection, numerous court proceedings, and the entire trial Such involvement translates into a consummate account of every aspect of the case, especially the trial process I m giving this book 5 well deserved stars ...


  2. says:

    Richard Oland was a very popular member of St John society He contributed significantly to many initiatives and was very poplar around town In 2011 he was found bludgeoned to death in his downtown office The scene was so horrific that it was immediately considered to be a crime of passion Richard s son Dennis quickly became a suspect and he was eventually tried in a very public forum Bobbi Jean MacKinnon does an excellent job of following the trial from its initiation to its completion As Richard Oland was a very popular member of St John society He contributed significantly to many initiatives and was very poplar around town In 2011 he was found bludgeoned to death in his downtown office The scene was so horrific that it was immediately considered to be a crime of passion Richard s son Dennis quickly became a suspect and he was eventually tried in a very public forum Bobbi Jean MacKinnon does an excellent job of following the trial from its initiation to its completion As a New Brunswicker, I...


  3. says:

    An absorbing, comprehensive, and compulsively readable account Even those who followed every twist and turn from the moment of discovery through to the verdict and beyond will find something new in this elegantly written and carefully crafted narrative.


  4. says:

    The story of Richard Oland s brutal murder and the conviction of his son Dennis is far from over.Dennis was recently granted bail as he waits for a retrial When I started the book, the question I wanted answered was did he do it I just finished reading, and I have no idea I m glad I wasn t a juror who had to make that decision.As you re reading Shadow of Doubt, you ll feel like you re sitting in that courtroom in 2015 as a jury hears weeks of testimony and is shown dozens of exhibits When The story of Richard Oland s brutal murder and the conviction of his son Dennis is far from over.Dennis was recently granted bail as he waits for a retrial When I started the book, the question I wanted answered was did he do it I just finished reading, and I have no idea I m glad I wasn t a juror who had to make that decision.As you re reading Shadow of Doubt, you ll feel like you re sitting in that courtroom in 2015 as a jury hears weeks of testimony and is shown dozens of exhibits ...


  5. says:

    An absolutely fantastic read MacKinnon did extensive research into the Oland case, which is evident in her incredibly detailed and engaging novel She delivered a full and clear account of both the investigation and trial without forcing her own opinions into the narrative As a Paralegal student, I was most interested in the trial process and legal jargon MacKinnon explained complex legal terms and concepts correctly, andimportantly, she explained them clearly to the reader I would hig An absolutely fantastic read MacKinnon did extensive research into the Oland case, which is evident in her incredibly detailed and engaging novel She delivered a full and clear account of both the investigation and trial without forcing her own opinions into the narrative As a Paraleg...


  6. says:

    Great in depth account of the entire trial and subsequent events For anyone who was wondering about some of the items covered by news during the trial, and also many of the items not covered by media and some not revealed during the trial, this book pr...


  7. says:

    Not a happy book, any way you look at it What happened that night in an upstairs office in downtown Saint John will likely never be known for sure But, Bobbi Jean MacKinnon gives us a quick paced narrative that lays out the fac...


  8. says:

    Local story Know some of the principal people in the novel Interesting insofar as the police missteps Knew most of the story by newspaper accounts of the murder and the subsequent trialthis wasor less a rehash of that.


  9. says:

    Definitive work incredibly thorough and impeccably fair It s a fascinating story of big money murder and small town intrigue Not normally a true crime fan or a fast reader but was captivated by this story and demolished this well written book in about four days.


  10. says:

    Liked the content, the style was a bit choppy and boring court procedures and what not Tough when no one will talk to you, I guess Will follow the retrial with interest though And I have no idea if he did it.

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