Murder by Numbers - Anna Gekowski Reviews
Description:Author: Anna Gekoski / Genre: Crime / Thriller / An insight into the upbringings that created some of Britain's most dangerous men and women.
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by - written on 10/09/01, updated on 10/09/01 (Very useful, 73 readings)
If there’s one thing the world needs more than another serial killer it’s another serial killer book. Right? Someone ought to chart the rise of serial killings against the number of words the subject generates. What’s the correlation? Not that I’m going to do a Colin Wilson and blame serial killing on pornography, or even on the pornography of true crime writing. It’s just that with the death of religion we’re no longer scared of Satan, hell or eternal damnation. The supernatural, currently undergoing a bit of a revival, doesn’t frighten most of us. Instead we like to scare ourselves with something of the here and now, and yet ... Read the complete review
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