"The Associated Press A gripping, firsthand look at the untold stories behind the stories....[Boylan] depicts a world where being a woman is a fight in itself."
"Buffalo News (NY) Fascinating....Powerful human stuff."
"John Walsh host of America's Most Wanted A deeply personal, riveting, and revealing behind-the-scenes look into...the hunt for justice."
"John Walsh host of America's Most Wanted and New York Times bestselling author of Tears of Rage and No Mercy No one -- absolutely no one"
– can mine a victim's or an eyewitness's memory with the empathy, compassion, understanding, and eerily accurate success of Jeanne Boylan.
"Ann Rule New Tork Times bestselling author of Empty Promises Jeanne Boylan's connection to people in distress is almost psychic. She is a lone woman in a mostly male world, an artist with terrifying subjects, an instincitve psychologist who elicits chilling accurate memories from victims and witnesses who have looked death in the face. Portraits of Guilt is remarkable and a must for true-crime readers."
"Camryn Manheim Emmy® Award-winning actor on The Practice In my unlikely-heroes hall of fame, Jeanne Boylan gets a star position. Always last to be called and usually the one asked to undo the damages, she's been the miracle worker in nearly every major national crime in recent American history. Portraits of Guilt is sure to stir up trouble, but that's never stopped her yet. She defies traditions and gets results, and she's my kind of role model."
"Linda Fairstein national bestselling author of Cold Hit With the eye of an artist and the mind of a sleuth, Jeanne Boylan puts her unique creative genius to work, helping police and prosecutors all over the country solve the deadliest crimes. Portraits of Guilt, like Boylan's life, astounds and inspires."
"Midwest Book Review Excellent....Her story is simply fascinating and this account provides high drama [and] insight....Ms. Boylan is a hero."
"The Free Lance-Star (Fredricksburg, VA) Criminal-profiler Jeanne Boylan has sketched another perfect portrait. However, this one isn't her usual drawing of some fugitive from justice"
– it's her revealing book about her life and work.
"Kirkus Reviews A dramatic true-crime memoir."
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