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  1. says:

    Unsolved Murders or Unsolved Murder and Accidental Death The casual reader of The Orchid Murder Untangling a Web of Unsolved Murders and Legal Malpractice might believe that because the book is classified as true crime or non fiction or regional true crime it must be true As is sometimes the case, and particularly so in this case, just because it is in print, does not make it true Notice the very title of the book, The Orchid Murder Untangling a Web of Unsolved Murders and Legal Malpractice which suggests two unsolved murders are connected Christine Hunt refers to Bob Nachtsheim s murder and wants you to believe that the death of Larry Strehlow, who was questioned in the Nachtsheim murder investigation, was also murdered That statement, however, is not supported by the facts May 23, 1973 Larry Strehlow was at a party at Bob, Jr s the night before Bob Nachtsheim was shot.May 29, 1973 Larry Strehlow was questioned by Lt D Hensrud of the Minneapolis Police Department MPD corroborating Dennis Kreuser s original statement of the same date Information taken from MPD Police Report dated May 29, 1973 August 27, 1978 Larry Strehlow s body was found in Roselawn Cemetary with a gravestone laying on him Police Report dated August 27, 1978 August September, 1978 Roseville Police Department RPD was the investigating jurisdiction Sinc...


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    When I was in high school many years ago I read Truman Capote s In Cold Blood, which started a life long love of true crime stories The thing is, finding really good true crime books is a bit of a challenge Christine Hunt s The Orchid Murder Untangling a Web of Unsolved Murders and Legal Malpractice was an interesting entry into this genre It is really almost a tale of two books, with very different feels for each part Ms Hunt devotes the first half of the book to describing the 1973 murder of Bob Nachtsheim, referred to as The Orchid Murder because he was found in his flower shop, lying in a pool of blood, with a flat of orchids by his side I was not familiar with this crime or it s outcome, so I found this part of the book fascinating In addition, Ms Hunt s description of the outcome of the investigation, the performace of Philip Gainsley, the defendant s lawyer, and it s effect on the life of Norm Wartnick, the defendant was fascinating Ms Hunt s background as an investigative journalist really shined through here as her descriptions and explanations were well done Once the focus switched to the malpractice trial brought by Joe Frieberh and Jerry Snider, though, the book fell apart for me At first I was mesmerized by the legal manueverings and backroom deals that seemed to be stacked against the plaintiff s and their law...


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    Bob Nachtsheim was the owner of B B, a wholesale florist business he ventured into after working with Norm Wartnick and learning the trade Early on May 24th 1973, as he went about his business as usual, removing the orchids from the cool room to let them go to room temperature before working with them, he sensed someone behind him The shop wasn t open to the public yet, as it was too early on that Memorial Day Weekend, but he hadn t heard anyone enter As he half turned to see who was there, a shotgun blast echoed in the room, and Bob collapsed to the floor, the orchids flying through the air and landing in a tangled heap beside him.With very little to go on, Norm Wartnick was arrested for Bob s murder, and so began what would change his life forever The incompetence of his lawyer, Mr Gainsley, and the fact that at every question Wartnick was asked in the courtroom, Gainsley made him recite the Fifth Amendment, effectively making him unable to defend himself He also wouldn t allow him to take a lie detector test, which made the jury and everyone else assume he was guilty.Twelve years down the track, two top litigation lawyers, Jerry Snider and Joe Friedberg, put their careers on hold to work at clearing Wartnick s name They could see the incredible wrongs that had been committed throughout the whole process, and during a period which took six years, struggled to right the wrongs of Gainsley toward Wartnick.The incredib...


  4. says:

    I greatly enjoyed reading the book The rich material and its events are justly captured in short chapters for the benefit of the reader Its flowing story carefully handles core legal processes from front to end, documented to preserve the truth and to provide the reader with the actual feel for what was taking place, but summarized in other areas Summary Judgment for example if not clear to the reader at first is masterfully covered in succeeding chapters During the course of it all, litigation lawyers of t...


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    A murder, a lazy arrogant lawyer, and a man s quest to clear his name.At first I thought the book was moving a little too slowly for me I also at first got bogged down in the legal terms but it didn t take long for me to get engrossed in the book and hope Norm Wartnick finally got some justice Th...


  6. says:

    I had a hard time keeping all of the people in this true story straight Probably because most of them were lawyers and or judges The book is basically a lot of trial transcript for a civil trial I would have liked some insight into why this happened Not to mentio...


  7. says:

    Basically about a thousand pages of convoluted, confusing, poorly organized pages of transcript type chapters I dropped it after about 300 pages, 100 of which were slimmed Too bad it was so poorly written, it has all the makings of a great murder mystery One cannot write a story with usin...


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