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Albert Fish In His Own Words: The Shocking Confessions of the Child Killing Cannibal Paperback – September 5, 2014
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John Borowski is an award winning independent filmmaker and book editor/publisher whose works have garnered international acclaim and are distributed internationally on dvd, television, and streaming. Borowski wrote, directed and produced the following films: H.H. Holmes: America’s First Serial Killer, Serial Killer Culture, Albert Fish: In Sin He Found Salvation, and Carl Panzram: The Spirit of Hatred and Vengeance. Borowski also published a book on H.H. Holmes, entitled: The Strange Case of Dr. H.H. Holmes, which contains three primary source books about the Holmes case.
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I've read extensively about this unique and fascinating criminal, but this new and somewhat pricey book offers very few new details that haven't already been printed in a multitude of other books. And the fact that the author had access to recently released documents involving Albert Fish's case, makes it all the more baffling why this book offers virtually nothing that, again, hadn't already been printed in earlier books. There was one major draw that this book had going for it (well it was for me at least), it's that fact that it features scans of Fish's actual hand-written letters, however, since Fish's hand-writing is near illegible, the effect is lost in the process. I found it stomach-turning that I couldn't read his stomach-turning letters. It's all quite disappointing really, I did however enjoy the "haunted farm house" bit, that WAS a new one.
As for a physical description of the book, for a paperback, it's very handsomely put together, with over-sized dimensions and several crisply rendered photographs depicting Fish and his captors, as well as a few various pertinent locations. But that's hardly enough to warrant purchasing this very disappointing book.