The Killer Book of Serial Killers: Incredible Stories, Facts by Tom Philbin, Michael Philbin

By Tom Philbin, Michael Philbin

The Killer publication of Serial Killers is the final word source (and present) for any precise crime fan and pupil of the weird international of serial killers. full of tales, trivialities, quizzes, prices, photographs, and atypical proof in regards to the world's so much infamous murderers, this is often the fitting rest room reader for an individual eager about serial killers.

The tales and minutiae hide such killers as:
• John Wayne Gacy
• Ted Bundy
• The BTK Killer
• Jack the Ripper
• the fairway River Killer
• Serial killers round the world
• and lots of more

Bathroom readers have loved massive luck as a structure, promoting hundreds of thousands of copies. The Killer Book sequence brings this structure to the rabid real crime viewers. together with greater than forty black & white photographs, it is a needs to for actual crime fans.

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