Serial Killer's Soul: Jeffrey Dahmer's Cell Block Confidante Reveals All

Serial Killer's Soul: Jeffrey Dahmer's Cell Block Confidante Reveals All

by Herman Martin, Patricia Lorenz
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Serial Killer's Soul: Jeffrey Dahmer's Cell Block Confidante Reveals All by Herman Martin, Patricia Lorenz

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be the confidante of a serial killer? Herman Martin had the odd fate of living next to Jeffrey Dahmer in prison. Dahmer killed 17 people but, when he moved in next to Martin, he became a neighbor, not a killer. Step inside the mind and the soul of a man the world called a monster; a killer so famous he received more mail than any other inmate in the history of the world. Those letter writers were seeking what Herman became privy to. They wanted to know anything they could about how the killer machine was built. They wanted to know if he was remorseful and whether he had tried to stop. They wanted to know his worries as a human being. Herman Martin became confidante to all these answers as he crawled to the edge of an open vent that connected their cells. Patricia Lorenz is the spiritual writer who helped him make sense of it all and, 15 years later, reveal the answers.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780982720615
Publisher: Titletown Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 09/20/2010
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Herman Martin continues to seek God and is incarcerated in Illinois.

His co-author, Patricia Lorenz, is a nationally known inspirational, art-of-living writer and speaker. She's the author of a dozen books, hundreds of articles and stories in magazines and newspapers, and one of the nation's top three contributors to the Chicken Soup For the Soul books.

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Serial Killer's Soul: Jeffrey Dahmer's Cell Block Confidante Reveals All 2.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Author is very preachy and annoying. The book is repetitive and there is barely any conversation with Dahmer. The only thing I learned from this book was that Dahmer sincerely was a racist
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Tria More than 1 year ago
being a fan of true crime stories I was hoping to gain a little insight into the mind of JD. Not the case at all. The book was almost completely about the authors attempt to turn JD into a man of God. The story was not about JD. It was about the author. Not at all what I expected.
Brian Houston More than 1 year ago
This+book+has+little+to+do+with+Dahmer+beyond+the+first+chapter.+It+mostly+trudges+through+Martin%27s+religious+epiphanies.+Once+you+make+peace+with+being+lied+to%2C+its+actually+worth+your+time%2C+but+probably+not+your+%2410.