While I am a great fan of Clint Eastwood movies, his personal life and 'free' lifestyle while married leaves a bad taste in my mouth. In additiion, it is clear this was not an authorized biography as Clint would have certainly been horrified listening to Mr. Eliot's immitation of Clint's voice, sounding much like a combination of Truman Capote and Ronald Reagan. I'd leave this one on the shelf!
Somehow Carlo managed to enter the mind of this horrific human being. He was able to capture every nuance and chilling detail. How any human could commit such sickening and appalling crimes without so much as a speck of remorse is nearly unbelievable. Truth is stranger than fiction and if you are into true crime, this book will hold you in its clutches to the very end
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