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I really enjoyed reading this book. The protagonist was such an interesting (and disarmingly dangerous) character. The book was written with such detail that I was left wondering how much was based upon fact and how much was 'gaps filled in'. However, there is extensive reference material used and the book really bought to life the series of events that occurred.

I finished reading this book a little while ago but forgot to leave a review. That being said it obviously left quite an impression on me because I can still recall some details from the book - for example the poisoning at work - which is a rarity for me. Furthermore, the few pages of photographs in the book bought the people being discussed to life and made it all the more poignant to read. Particularly, those poor people who died before there was any hope of a diagnosis to save them.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in true life crime.