I looked at the links and resources thread and my question is, which of the books is the most balanced in your opinion? I don't want something sensational (although I'm sure it's almost impossible with this case!) but I want to read a book or books that has it's facts down pat, that has the most documentation and inside info that perhaps the general public wasn't privy to at the time. I'd like one that tries to remain neutral and leads the reader to draw their own conclusions based on evidence. A book or books from very reliable writers, maybe ones who had first-hand experience with the case. Do any of those books on the list fit at least some of that criteria?