Volume 3 continues with more astonishing crime cases told in graphic detail for true crime aficionados who want to know the truth. We also like to hear at the story's end that justice has been meted out. Readers who shrink from the truth and ignore the evil that exists in the world should not pick up this book.
The more you know about evil, the more likely you are to recognize it. Teach your children about the dangers that threaten them. Don't send them to the battlefield that is today's world without weapons.
There are many lessons to be learned in this book. Crimes are committed for such paltry reasons. A young woman poisons her best friend, but why? Husbands kill wives and wives kill husbands, but why? Often the reasons given are only petty annoyances, and the victim had no awareness of it.
I'll be looking forward to Volume 4.