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Dead Men Talking

3.07 of 5 stars 3.07  ·  rating details  ·  74 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Having delved into the heads of many of the world's most notorious murderers and published his gripping findings in the bestselling Talking with Serial Killers, for his latest book, renowned crime expert Christopher Berry-Dee has gained the trust of more monsters across the world and entered their prison lairs to discuss in detail their horrific crimes. Looking at the uniq ...more
ebook, 305 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by John Blake Publishing (first published 2010)
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Denise MacDonald
To me, this book seemed to be trying to sensationalize and hype up little known criminals. There was not a lot to the whole "in their own words" bit. It was more of the authors interpretation of pieces of letters written to him by the criminals, that may or may not have been taken out of context because the majority of the letters are not published in the book. It was difficult to finish because it was not interesting and I felt like I was forcing myself to finish it.
Jennifer Bowers
I can't finish it the style it's written in is hard to tell who's talking and about what. The first chapter I had to look up the guy he was talking about and I hate not finishing a book but I couldn't force myself to read it. Great book idea but the wording made it boring.
Awful!!! This subject area is one of my favorites, but this book was so bad that I couldn't even finish. I probably only read 70 pages
Charity Loranzan
Avid true crime and enjoy going behind the minds of serial killers. This book was horrible! Could not even finish reading!
Emma Thackray
Awful. Self indulgent writer. Wouldn't bother!
The writing is confusing at times.
This was a very interesting read! As a true crime lover, I enjoyed reading the correspondence between author and killer. It was a refreshing difference to read correspondence letters as opposed to strict court-room transcript. Great, enjoyable read for any true crime fan out there!
Judi Burgess
Very badly written. I had to force myself to read past the halfway point only to find it did not get better. Author has high opinion of himself, but not sure why.
it takes you to the mind of killers, you will not be able to put it down
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