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Blind Fury: The Shocking True Story of Eugene Stano

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Here is the shocking true story of Gerald Eugene Stano--one of America's most prolific serial killers. Written by retired investigative journalist Anna Flowers, and based upon ten years of exhaustive research, Blind Fury is the first true crime account of the gruesome career and twisted psyche of this killer. Includes chilling excerpts from Stano's confession. 12 pages of ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published June 1st 1993 by Pinnacle
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Fishface
Jan 23, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: true-crime
This just didn't hold my attention. I didn't even finish it. It does cover the basics of the case and offers some crime-scene photos of the victims as the police found them, in situ.
Ronnie Cramer
Apr 14, 2018 rated it it was ok
An interesting case, but the book is written in a novelistic style with loads of re-created dialogue (and thoughts!). The author mentions in passing the fact that the subject shot and killed his wife's horse (details? motivation? reactions? conseqences?), then loads the rest of the book with surmised/imagined and completely superfluous details. Much of the book is devoted to events that took place in the courtroom.
Jennifer
Sep 16, 2009 rated it it was ok
As far as true-crime books go, this one started off pretty well. The trick, however to this genre of book is to keep the reader equally engrossed in the courtroom/legal technicality stage of the book. Sorry to say, I lost interest while trying to keep up with the courtroom details, however detailed they were.
Amy Murch
Apr 06, 2014 rated it did not like it
It's pretty much well known that this book is a farce. Details were fed to Stano to tie up unclosed murders and this book was written by someone related to the investigation and conviction.
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