THE WORLD ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SERIAL KILLERS ... by Susan Hall
Full Title: THE WORLD ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SERIAL KILLERS: Volume Four T-Z by Susan Hall
Very interesting encyclopedia
Hall pens an informative and intriguing, yet kind of creepy true crime title in THE WORLD ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SERIAL KILLERS: Volume Four T-Z. I have read the first three volumes, and this finishes up the alphabet of famous or should I say infamous serial killers, and those that may not be recognized except to the victims and their families. This book not only covers the solved, but the unsolved cases, and there may be victims of at least some of these killers that have never been recovered or identified. It's not a morbid read, but it gives insight into the everyday looking person, who could be a killer behind those smiling eyes. Many serial killers don't "look" like killers, but are very charming, while others have killing fetishes that may never be understood, not even to them. I look forward to reading more by this author. This book is a definite recommendation by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews.