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- Publication Date: April 30, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00K2DP62W
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The Deadly Dozen: America's 12 Worst Serial Killers (American Serial Killers) Kindle Edition
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And since author Robert Keller included the likes of such fiendish fellows (in the order they are examined in the book) as David Berkowitz, William Bonin, The Boston Strangler, Ted Bundy, Ed Corll, Jeffrey Dahmer, Albert Fish, John Wayne Gacy, Randy Kraft, Dennis Rader, Richard Ramirez, and Gary Ridgway, I'd say he did a better than average job of zeroing in on a more than worthy personal pick of some of the absolute worst ever.
Keller's The Deadly Dozen would be a relatively quick read for most, but it is written and researched quite well. Of course it contains a copious list of frightening and decidedly disturbing details about the personal background and the bevy of crimes of each killer, but the macabre material is handled quite tastefully in most cases, and even the faint of heart will still probably be enthralled while reading the book.
And yes, it's yet another one of those biopics that really is hard to put down. In fact, while reading The Deadly Dozen, I just had to keep turning those pages.Read more ›
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Really enjoyed this book. It definitely quenched my thirst for knowledge about serial killers and the motives behind their actions. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Mary Misasi
It was very informative. Its a very detailed book. I thought it was more stories but rather it reads like a case study,Published 1 day ago by GROZ
This book held my interest. Typically I read mystery or thriller novels, however true crime is often alluring. This book is factual but its content is frightening.Published 7 days ago by maureen von minden
I did like reading about the notorious serial killers, just felt like the book could have been written better.Published 13 days ago by Caitlin