Two accounts are published in English and get the spotlight. Several academic studies by reputable historians carefully investigate the claims and find serious fault with them. Scholarly refutations are published. These challenges do not see English translation and hence remain largely unknown outside Poland.
The only way to gain an understanding of what actually happened is by weighing the arguments put forth by both camps. Here is the late Tomasz Strzembosz’s study of the topic translated by my friend Mariusz Wesolowski who lives here locally. A worthwhile read:
Tomasz Strzembosz Jedwabne 1941