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Posted June 30, 2009
Not Too Good
About the first half of this book is a real page turner. The writer reconstructs Harvey Glatman's atrocities in chronological order, interspersed with antecdotes and biographical morsels from the killer's twisted life.
In the second half, (after the shocking photos) the whole thing goes to hell in a handbasket - Glatman is caught and the reader has to wade through his entire confession, which is nothing but a repetition of everything in the first half. Then, as if this isn't irksome enough, you get affidavits and all sorts of court documents and dull proceedings to keep you dozing off. Where are the editors? Where are the editors???
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