The Innocent Killer: A True Story of a Wrongful Conviction and Its Astonishing Aftermath - Michael Griesbach

I got this book after watching making a murderer in one go and I couldn't stop thinking about it so when I saw the book I jumped at it and honestly I felt that the book was very rushed especially toward the end with the Teresa Halbach case. 

It was a very heavy book to read sometimes with the amount of detail that was put into certain parts I was disappointed that really the book was just a detailed version of the tv series but sometimes it wasn't exactly far off what was on the show so I was disappointed that in a way but expected it to a certain extent. 

I also didn't like that in the first half of the book the author was on Steven Avery side then he done a complete turn around when talking about the Tersa Halbach case. I suppose in a way this book was just wrote at the right time when the tv show was getting a lot of attention.