Im a massive fan of true crime, and specially when it comes to topics such as mass murder and serial killers but I’ve never personally heard of this story so getting to learn about this story was amazing.
It’s always odd to think that these things go on everyday and you never really know exactly what is going on until things like this book is written to shed light on everything.
I haven’t read a book by this author previously, however after this one I certainly will start. I’m not sure if they have wrote other true crime books, however if they do I will be reading all of them as this book was exceptionally in depth and explains it in a wonderful way. Maybe more details on the victim would have been a good development for this book.
The cover of this book is nice too, often crime books are pictures of the criminal and nothing else - whereas this was a nice summary of the criminal.