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The Voices of Serial Killers: The World's Most Maniacal Murderers in Their Own Words

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HEINOUS MURDERS
NIGHTMARISH CRIME SCENES
THE KILLERS' OWN WORDS
The Voices of Serial Killers provides blow-by-blow accounts of the killers' ruthless actions and then goes even further to let you hear their own words.
Wayne Adam Ford who went on an uncontrollable spree of raping and dismembering prostitutes before turning himself in with a single female breast in his jacket
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ebook, 232 pages
Published August 9th 2011 by Ulysses Press
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Paul Bryant
There are, of course, all kinds of true crime books. At the top of the heap there's In Cold Blood and The Executioner's Song and Happy Like Murderers – that's real literature. Not too many of those. Three! Then there are many excellent accounts of remarkable cases – Helter Skelter by Vincent Buglioso, Defending Gary by Mark Prothero, People who Eat Darkness by Richard Parry, Cries Unheard by Gitta Sereney, and many others. Moving downwards, there are the poorly written quickies which are the mea ...more
Izabela
I would have given this book 4 stars if not for a few glaring editorial and grammatical errors, the subjective way the author wrote it, and the overuse of tired cliches ("she fell for it, hook, line, and sinker). Other than that, this book was fascinating, filled with wonderful information and the printed letters of the killers themselves proved to be seriously disturbing - exactly what I look for in a true crime publication.
Alison
The "stories" were interesting. However, the author is very repetitive. Also there are MANY editing errors throughout the entire book.
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