THE SPREE KILLINGS THAT TERRORIZED THE NATION
April 29, 1997--The body of 28-year-old Jeffrey Trail found wrapped in a rug in a Minneapolis apartment. May 3--Fishermen find the body of 33-year-old architect David Madson in Minnesota's East Rush lake. May 4--The tortured body of wealthy 72-year-old real estate investor Lee Miglin found in his garage. May 9--45-year-old caretaker William Reese found in a New Jersey cemetery with a bullet in his head. July 15--World-renowned fashion designer Gianni Versace shot twice in the back of the head and left to die in front of his South Beach mansion.
THE CAT AND MOUSE CHASE THAT GRIPPED THE COUNTRY
The man responsible for these horrific slayings was Andrew Cunanan, a cunning, cold-blooded killer who eluded police for three months until July 23rd, 1997, when, after a harrowing standoff on a Miami houseboat, police found Cunanan inside the boat--dead by his own hand. But as the tragic crime spree comes to an end, the mystery is just beginning--who was Andrew Cunanan and what led him to savagely murder five men? What was his relationship to the victims? And how did a handsome, privileged young man venture so far into the dark side?
THE FINAL ENDING THAT SHOCKED THE WORLD
Described as everything from a flamboyant playboy to a transvestite prostitute to a gold-digging "kept man," Andrew Cunanan has remained an enigma--even in death. Now, in this searing expose, author Wensley Clarkson examines Cunanan from the inside out, revealing never-before-told facts about his life, including:
- The truth about the wife and child he claimed to have had
- A scandalous affair Cunanan claimed to have had with an older TV star
- The tragic childhood that sparked his fury
- How Cunanan starred in gay porno videos
- Cunanan's deadly obsession with Tom Cruise
- And much, much, more
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About the Author
WENSLEY CLARKSON has written thirty-one books--which have sold more than a million copies worldwide--including the tabloid newspaper exposé Dog Eat Dog, biographies of John Travolta and Quentin Tarantino, plus fifteen best-selling true-crime books including Doctors of Death, Whatever Mother Says, Deadly Seduction, Slave Girls, Death at Every Stop, In the Name of Satan, The Railroad Killer and Caged Heat.
Wensley Clarkson has been a writer and investigative journalist all his working life. His career has taken him from local newspapers to many of the world's most prestigious newspapers and magazines. He is author of such True Crime Library titles The Railroad Killer, The Mother's Day Murder, Women Behind Bars and The Good Doctor.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Quick read that reviews the case in a hyphenated manor. Reads as if it was written very quickly, not much source sight g.
This is a well written, extremely interesting book. It may not contain as much detail as Vulgar Favors, but if you are looking to satisfy your curiosity about Andrew Cunanan, this book is definitely for you. I loved it.