Season of Madnessby Robert Scott
Annette Edwards was a vivacious 19-year-old on her way to watch the Fourth of July fireworks. Eighteen-year-old Pam Moore was a former beauty pageant contestant, hitching a ride on a busy street. Linda Slavik was a young mother enjoying a night out with a friend. Annette Selix was just eleven, an innocent child on her/b>
California Nightmare. . .
Annette Edwards was a vivacious 19-year-old on her way to watch the Fourth of July fireworks. Eighteen-year-old Pam Moore was a former beauty pageant contestant, hitching a ride on a busy street. Linda Slavik was a young mother enjoying a night out with a friend. Annette Selix was just eleven, an innocent child on her way home from the market. Each of them was attacked without warning, brutally assaulted, and left for dead by a bitter, disfigured man in the grip of a violent frenzy: the so-called "Hilltop Rapist." But serial predator Darrell Rich didn't stop at just four victims. He couldn't stop. . .
"Scott tells a true story with compassion and taste." --Reviewing the Evidence
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Sad that there are monsters out there like this one ! Hearbreaking what this monster did to innocent people. Bn
Terrible how people can do these things very sad and so glad they gave him the death penalty he deserved it for sure!
The writing of this book was factual but not as descriptive as it should have been for the subject matter. The central person was almost portrayed as feeling sorry for him when he did horrible acts of violence. the fact that it was a true story did keep me reading to the end.
It wasn't worded as well as I thought it would be, but with it being true crime the intensity of this tragic circumstance kept me reading! Its difficult to understand those with a mentality like this.