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2014 Serial Killers True Crime Anthology (Annual True Crime Anthology, #1)

by Michael Newton

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This book primarily covered cases I was already familiar with, but there were a few I did not know of prior to this book.

This book covers a variety of well known cases. It gives a brief overview of the crimes, criminals, and punishment involved. Very little information is given regarding the victims. It does get graphic at times. This is not a book for the weak stomach.

Would I recommend this book? Only to experienced true crime readers. This would not be a great starter book. ( )
  jlsimon7 | Feb 29, 2016 |
I'll admit, it was a bit much for me. Perhaps it's the timing (Xmas is around the corner) and maybe I can come back to it at another time. ( )
  Lisaandrea12 | Jan 24, 2016 |
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