"Readers have a real treat waiting for them in Joe McGinniss's latest book. -Washington Post Book World"
"It's riveting and compulsively readable...McGinniss patiently unravels the case with plenty of fresh reporting... -Entertainment Weekly"
"McGinniss brilliantly deconstructs the highly dysfunctional Kissels...you can't argue with his ability to tell a good story. Readers of Never Enough get front-row seats to someone else's family horror fest. -USA Today"
"This is a mesmerizing tale, with more twists and turns than most steamy crime novels. The irony of two wasted lives makes this cautionary tale perfect reading for a chilly autumn evening. -Tucson Citizen"
"McGinniss...makes it absorbingly believable. -New York Daily News"
"In McGinniss's compelling account, the Kissel family -- full of potential but riven by endless battles among the brothers and their sister and father"
– represent the American tragedy in which ambition and the pursuit of wealth turn deadly."
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Joe McGinniss is the author of ten previous books, including The Selling of the President, Going to Extremes, Fatal Vision, Blind Faith, Cruel Doubt, and The Miracle of Castel di Sangro. He has five children and seven grandchildren. He lives in Massachusetts with the writer and editor Nancy Doherty.