The Deadly Dozen

The Deadly Dozen

by Robert Keller

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The Deadly Dozen by Robert Keller

The Shocking True Crime Stories of the 12 Worst Serial Killers in American History

David Berkowitz: Known as the “Son of Sam,” Berkowitz was a deeply disturbed young man who prowled the streets of New York dispensing death with his .44 caliber revolver.

William Bonin: One of a trio of deadly psychopaths who trawled the freeways of Southern California during the late 70’s and early 80’s. Bonin was a depraved child killer who abducted, raped and tortured more than 20 teenaged boys.

The Boston Strangler: Albert De Salvo took the fall but most experts agree that he was not the Strangler. So who was the real killer? And how did he get away with the series of brutal murders that so terrified the citizens of Boston?

Ted Bundy: Charming, intelligent and lethal, Bundy is America’s most notorious serial killer, a deadly fiend who cut a swathe of destruction across the country, raping, killing and committing necrophilia on his young victims.

Dean Corll: Along with two willing teenaged accomplices, Corll orchestrated what was at the time the biggest murder spree in American history, raping torturing and killing at least 25 young boys.

Jeffrey Dahmer: Hideously depraved killer who preyed on young homosexual men in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, cannibalizing them and conducting bizarre experiments on their bodies.

Albert Fish: He looked like a frail old man, but Albert Fish was actually a psychotic child killer and torturer, with a taste for human flesh.

John Wayne Gacy: Cold-hearted killer who raped, tortured and strangled at least 33 young men, burying their bodies in the crawlspace of his Chicago house.

Randy Kraft: The least well known of California’s three “Freeway Killers.” And yet Kraft was both the most prolific and the most depraved, responsible for the torture killings of as many as 67 young men.

Dennis Rader: Known as the “BTK Killer” (after his M.O.: Bind, Torture, Kill) Radar held the citizens of Wichita, Kansas in a state of fear for over 30 years, during which time he claimed 10 known victims.

Richard Ramirez: A satanic burglar who went by the terrifying sobriquet, “The Night Stalker,” Ramirez raped, battered, shot and stabbed his victims during a bloody reign of terror in 1980’s Los Angeles.

Gary Ridgeway: As the horrific “Green River Killer,” Ridgeway engaged the Washington police in a deadly game of cat and mouse, claiming more that 60 victims over two decades.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940151691567
Publisher: Robert Keller
Publication date: 03/14/2015
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 20,422
File size: 560 KB

About the Author

Bestselling true crime author Robert Keller first developed an interest in the subject when, as a teenager, he accidentally checked out a book from the library thinking it was a vampire novel. It was, in fact, the true story of British "vampire killer” John Haigh.

Thus a lifelong fascination with true crime was born, launching a writing career than has produced more than fifty books over forty years. Mr. Keller’s works include the acclaimed Monsters series, an exploration into the lives and crimes of the world’s most deadly psychopaths.      

Find out more at www.robertkellerauthor.com
 

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The Deadly Dozen 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved reading about these serial killers
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book seems to be the author's embellished account of history. I found several things the author said to be the complete opposite of the truth. As the saying goes "Don't believe everything you read."
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Scarey because it's true. Crime stories about the most evil of men. Good read for people interested in true crime stories. ELR
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Free book, interesting read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For being free, this is a good book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yes informative
QTPF More than 1 year ago
Great read!! A page turner for sure.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Informative read. A page - turner for people that like to read true crime.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago