Serial Killers and Prostitutes (True Crime Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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He discusses the different "types" of serial killers as well as the different "types" of prostitutes. Then there are four chapters on different serial killers. Jack The Ripper, Aileen Wuornos, (who was not only a serial killer, she was also a prostitute)!, Kendall François and The Edmonton Serial Killer.
The author writes in a way that made the book flow fairly smooth, making it an easy read.
Kendall Francois and the Edmonton Serial killer. The "attraction " is the Serial killer has an easy target. Much easier to pickup the street walkers,( sad as it may be, )
but these prostitutes are less likely to be reported missing. Interesting book for anyone that reads true crime.
Great coverage of all the serial killers of prostitutes examined; including details about each serial killer starting with Jack the Ripper. It had great time lines as well the possibility that Jack the Ripper may have had many more victims. It continues on to Aileen Wuornos who was a serial killer prostitute. The book then talks about serial killer Kendall Francois who was an African American named the Poughkeepsie killer and his obsession with prostitutes. The book continues to cover. In this chapter the author mentions a few other African American Serial killers. The book then talks about The Edmonton Serial Killer.
I really enjoyed this book and I just know other true crime buffs will love it too!!
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