Passionate about death, serial killer Nathan Baxter left details of the murders he committed over the years in a journal that had been stored in a police locker until now. These journal entries are presented in unedited form and offer a look into the mind of a killer. Occasionally, detailed insight of the crime scene will be provided by local law enforcement professionals.
The first entry is about Nicole Winters. She was a 28-year-old secretary who met Baxter in the small town of Cottonwood, AZ. It wouldn't be long after their encounter that she would become another one of his victims.
Would you listen to Ecstasy of Death: Nicole again? Why?
I would. I personally felt much of what was said and could visualize the actions that Nathan made. It put me in his shoes. It thrilled me just as much as it scared me. Maybe it is because the woman and I share the same name and so, I was able to picture myself in such a position. It shook me and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
What other book might you compare Ecstasy of Death: Nicole to and why?
Which scene was your favorite?
When Nathan returns to his truck after the kill and looks at himself in the mirror.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Death's Half Moon
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