- File Size: 4784 KB
- Print Length: 130 pages
- Publisher: Ryan Green Publishing (January 31, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 31, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079HX4WLP
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,404 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Sinclair: The World's End Murders Through the Eyes of a Killer (True Crime) Kindle Edition
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The one common factor I did find is that this man , Mr Sinclair , has acted on his vulgar impulses as a teen , was charged & given a light sentence. He gets out of prison ( now, being in prison , he has had more time to think of ways not to get caught & not to leave witnesses ), marries , even has a child. He consistently chests on his wife then his violent impulses come back and he starts on his killing spree. I feel he should have never been allowed to get out of prison in the first place , he clearly showed early signs of sexual sadism , and a threat to others. He is a sad excuse for a human being. If tiu are a true crime fan , you will like this book , some of the details are horrifying but I wouldn't expect any less from a novel by Mr. Green
Mr Green does extensive research on his subjects & creates a novel that is his own , you will not read another novel that resembles his authorative approach. I have enjoyed each of the true crimes he has written and always look forward to his next book .
The detailed information of each of the true to life characters, will not let you put the book down.
I enjoyed from the very beginning. Seems like each person was interviewed and their life story told in their eyes. Would highly recommend.
This is not a book, its a very short account of a dozen or so murders fired off in quick order, and followed by a lazy account of what brings the killer to justice. I would say don’t waste your time reading it but it will take so little time it really doesn’t matter, so instead, don’t waste the money.
I have to start by saying that Ryan Green’s style of writing makes me feel like I’m watching 1-2 hour true crime story. The drama and suspense is there but not because he takes a true story and embellishes key parts to suck you in even deeper or add jaw dropping twists on the tale. It’s the crime the way it happened and he details leading to the antagonist’s demise.
As for the style that was presented to us, it was like a bunch of torturous short stories all with the common denominator being Angus Sinclair. This tale is told in third person but gives it to you more from Sinclair’s point of view. However, Ryan does not draw you into feeling any sympathy towards Angus, as he to be honest, deserves none.
As for Sinclair, I’m Not sure which is more disturbing. The crimes that he committed or the time frame in which he “worked.” Not to mention the fact that he went to jail for murdering a little girl, only to go to jail to learn how to be an even better sexual assaulting, child molesting killer. The only reason Ryan was able to bring us a portion of Sinclair was beneath it all, he appeared to love his wife and family. But one by one as they took him out of their lives, his conscience left with them.
He sits today in jail in Wales for the rest of his life. I am surprised that he hasn’t been a victim of jail house justice. He does have the opportunity for parole when he’s 106 but let’s hope he doesn’t make it that far
Well, now I know about him, what he is and what he did. I don't know what made him a psychopath, what made him begin as a teenager molesting and raping little girls, what made him rape, torture and murder women. His victims were not important; the only thing that was important was his own satisfaction. His victims were just a means to an end.
Sinclair's crimes escalated in that it took more and more brutality and torture to satisfy him sexually, and he felt that this was his due, that he deserved satisfaction no matter the cost to others.