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Dead Men Walking: True Stories of the Most Evil Men and Women on Death Row
     

Dead Men Walking: True Stories of the Most Evil Men and Women on Death Row

by Christopher Berry-Dee, Tony Brown
 

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Twenty-five of the most horrific murder cases in American crime are brought together in this detailed and haunting compilation. Among the criminals covered are Bill Benefiel, the “Superglue Monster,” who brutally tortured his teenage victims to death; Kenneth Boyd, who killed his wife and her father while his three sons watched; and Veronica and Ivan

Overview

Twenty-five of the most horrific murder cases in American crime are brought together in this detailed and haunting compilation. Among the criminals covered are Bill Benefiel, the “Superglue Monster,” who brutally tortured his teenage victims to death; Kenneth Boyd, who killed his wife and her father while his three sons watched; and Veronica and Ivan Gonzalez, who systematically tortured their four-year-old niece over a period of six months before scalding her to death in a bathtub, making them the first married couple on death row. With in-depth accounts of each perpetrator and crime, Dead Men Walking offers a voice of reason in an exhausted debate between politicians, the public, and the press on the line between man and monster, and between justice and murder.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781843582779
Publisher:
John Blake Publishing, Limited
Publication date:
04/01/2011
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
286
Sales rank:
472,606
Product dimensions:
5.10(w) x 7.70(h) x 0.90(d)

Meet the Author

Christopher Berry-Dee is the author of Face to Face with Serial Killers and Serial Killers. He is the coauthor with Tony Brown of Monsters of Death Row, and the coauthor of numerous other books on true crime.

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