Auburn, WA, United States | Member Since 2008
The narrator compares Lizzie Borden to O.J. Simpson. True enough. Both were guilty and got influential lawyers to get them off. But both paid, in a way, in the end. Intriguing story of a girl who whacked her parents.
delivers a chilling account of one of the creepiest uncaught criminals in the annals of American serial killers. This is as hypnotic as Stewart's MANHUNT: THE TWELVE DAY SEARCH FOR LINCOLN'S KILLER, as captivating as Capote's IN COLD BLOOD and as creepy as Nabokov's LOLITA. Riviting detail with a nonetheless bare-bones style of narrative. Read it with the lights on.
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