I made the mistake of searching for "George Zimmerman" without specifying "books," and, yikes, people are making so much money off of this case. I read RZ Sr.'s book, and it also was the perspective of CTH. I would love to see MOM or Jeralyn write on the legal aspects of the case -- the TL perspective. I wish they would include what Crump did in the Martin Lee Anderson case, and stuff about Angela Corey and BDLR. I also would love to see:
-- A liberal/leftist/progressive/feminist/whatever write a critique of anti-racism politics these days. I did some of that, starting with the 2008 election but don't think I have the energy to write even an e-book. I could do it if I had a couple of years, but people will have moved on to the next sensational case by then.
-- A media critique that looks at a great deal of sources and, perhaps, interviews some of the prominent journalists on this case. Maybe some enterprising journalism student will do that for a dissertation.
-- More details of what didn't make it into court.
Eric Deggans, a TV critic at the Tampa Bay Times, has written a book called "Race Baiter." This is supposed to be balanced. But I'm not so sure, after reading what he's written on the GZ case. Perhaps others might want to give it a try. http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=race+baiter