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I've read a couple of Chunksters . I'd say the 2 biggest I can think of were The Executioner's Song The Executioner's Song by Norman Mailer and Fatal Vision Fatal Vision by Joe McGinniss .

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Lady ♥ Belleza (bella_foxx) | 3358 comments Mod
I think the longest I've read was Helter Skelter: The True Story of the Manson Murders. I almost read, Blood Will Tell: A True Story of Deadly Lust in New Orleans but I threw it against the wall by page 50 or so.

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Esther (estherlu) | 7 comments The Executioner's Song. Took me most of May this year to read it. And I couldn't get it on Kindle so I had to lug that giant book around!

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James Pylant | 1 comments One of the longest I've read is Ann Rule's Everything She Ever Wanted, though it's not really all that long. Most true-crimes that I come across are not very lengthy.

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