33 true stories of serial mrder. Serial killers the likes of the Night Caller, The Mutilator and the Granny Killer: serial poisoners such as the "Rough on Rats" Killer; and serial child killers such as the Angel of Death and the Carbon Copy Killer...
|Title||:||Australia's Serial Killers: The Definitive History Of Serial Multicide In Australia|
|Number of Pages||:||373 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Australia's Serial Killers: The Definitive History Of Serial Multicide In Australia Reviews
It was refreshing in a very disturbing 'I'm going to lock all my doors and windows and never leave my house from now on' sort of way to read an anthology of Australian serial killers. I've read books about U.S serial killers (and lets be honest there are alot of those floating around) but only 1 decent book about home-grown Aussie socio-paths.This book was easy to read and informative. I had no idea that Australia had enough serial killers to fill an entire book, but there you go staying alive in Australia is just as hard as it is in the U.S. Definitely worth reading or you could just watch Crime Investigation Australia I guess.
As someone who enjoys true crime, i really enjoyed this book. Some cases are much more intriguing than others but overall it gives you a well rounded look at prolific killers in Australia through the years. It was also very interesting to read about the writers dynamic, almost friendship with one of the killers.
A book filled with short details of some of Australia's serial killers, dating way back to early records of crime in Australia. I found it to be an interesting book, but at the same time, I felt that it was a little brief. Nevertheless, I found it reasonably easy to follow and fascinating enough to get me through the book.
This is an interesting read and not at all as gruesome as the title suggests. The murderers are varied in circumstances and personalities. This is quite contradictory to deranged loners of Hollywood's serial killer films. Real life is indeed stranger than fiction.
this was a disturbing yet fascinating book to read, it opened my eyes to a world we all know exists but one we normally don't concentrate on. i had to stop three quarters of the way through to read something lighter but it didn't take long before it drew me back in. well worth reading
Simple yet detailed enough.I didn't read all of the stores. But i read enough =]