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2017 SERIAL KILLERS True Crime Anthology (Annual Serial Killers Anthology Book 4) by [Parker PhD, RJ, Newton, Michael, Slate, JJ, Perinni, Sylvia]
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The best of true crime writing on serial killers over the year is brought together in this fourth volume of the annual Serial Killers True Crime Anthology.

Peter Vronsky in ”The Dating Game Killer” follows the twisted story of serial killer Rodney Alcala who was a TV dating game show contestant all the while he was brutally raping and killing women and girls across the United States while taking film-making classes with film director Roman Polanski.

RJ Parker in ”Alaskan Killer” looks at the recent case of Joshua Wade who admitted to killing five people in Alaska. In ”The Killing Cousins” Parker revisits the historic case of the serial killing team of cousins David Alan Gore and Fred Waterfield who abducted, raped and killed six women in Florida.

Michael Newton in ”Death Angel” writes about the case serial killer nurse Orville Majors who was convicted in six murders but suspected in over one hundred-thirty. In the ”Hands of Death” Newton revisits the notorious killing duo of Henry Lucas and Ottis Toole and their claim of killing at the behest of a satanic cult.

Sylvia Perrini in ”La Madrina Killer” explores the witchcraft killings in Mexico perpetrated by Sara Aldret, a member of a killer cult in Matamoros whose victims included American tourists killed for their body parts to be used in magic potions. In ”Child Killer” Perrini looks at the Texas case of teenage killer Erin Caffey who murdered her mother and two younger brothers because her parents did not approve of her dating.

JJ Slate in ”The Beauty Queen Killer” looks at the deadly six-week cross-country serial killing rape spree done by Christopher Wilder. In ”The Happy Face Killer” Slate gives us a new take on the notorious serial killer Keith Jesperson.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3111 KB
  • Print Length: 279 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1987902173
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: RJ Parker Publishing; 1 edition (15 December 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MA12N4L
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sleep with the lights on 1 January 2017
By B. McKee - Published on Amazon.com
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Here are ten eye-opening, blood-chilling, scalp-prickling true stories that will give you goosebumps even after you close the book. Written by some of today's top true crime authors, these stories give the uncensored facts about some of the most vicious and remorseless murderers of our time.

Most are men who, singly or with an equally vicious and remorseless partner, feel entitled to kill and kill again. But even a teenage girl who begged her boyfriend to murder her family appears to be without remorse. The fact that he accepted the task simply proves that her parents were right in attempting to separate them.

Includes photos and reference notes.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent book! 17 December 2016
By Lee Husemann - Published on Amazon.com
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Five of my favorite true crime authors came together to create Serial Killers True Crime Anthology 2017. The serial killers featured in this edition were ones that I had not read much about before, but had heard about them, so this was very informative and interesting. I highly recommend this excellent true crime book to any true crime fan. I am already looking forward to the next edition.
4.0 out of 5 stars A lot of facts in shorter stories 8 March 2017
By Diana Allen - Published on Amazon.com
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Most of the stories here I had already heard as they were national news at the time but a few I had not. Very short stories but with enough facts to give you a clear picture of the events as they transpired. There was one story (I cannot remember which one at this moment) that the author repeated the same fact several times in one chapter and it got monotonous but other than that, the rest of the book was very good.
5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting 16 April 2017
By Amy's Bookshelf Reviews - Published on Amazon.com
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It's a book I used for research but it is very interesting. The details are disturbing for the crimes but it gives an insight into the crimes and how the crimes were punished. Some killers were caught while others gave up. Some were without remorse and others it took time. It's about oink it death and assault while ritualistic or just evil. Entering the criminal mind of the sociopath.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Let us rehash the same killers. Again. And again. 2 March 2017
By Everclear - Published on Amazon.com
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Rehashing the same killers.

Dating Game guy, Hanson in Alaska, Christopher Wilder.

As if we have not read or heard about them 1,000 times.

Michael Newton, I could do without.
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