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The Lost Letters Serial Killer David Berkowitz Never Wanted You to See...

In this exclusive ebook, investigative journalist M. William Phelps asks: Did Son of Sam have an intimate, homosexual relationship with a fellow (serial killer) inmate while in prison? Was Sam's real name Richard Falco? Has Son of Sam-who claimed in 2011 that he does not want to seek parole because he has been “freed” by Jesus Christ - been perpetrating a fraud with his supposed “salvation”?

In quoted excerpts from these exclusive letters written by Son of Sam to serial killer Gary Evans, a deeper, more interesting and eccentric psychopath emerges. For the first time, serial killer expert and star of the hit Investigation Discovery series Dark Minds, M. William Phelps explores how Son and Sam and serial killer Gary Evans (from Phelps's best seller Every Move You Make) became best friends while doing time together in a New York state prison.

If you thought you knew Son of Sam, think again. These letters-written during a period when Sam claims he was undergoing a born-again experience-prove that for the serial killer manipulation, fantasy and pathological lying drive their emotions. Son of Sam is described as “a likeable guy, really. . . . [he] never talked about the killings. I used to kid him that he should've shot...rapists instead and he'd laugh. I had a brief look at that new book about him, The Ultimate Evil, by Maury Terry, and the author was claiming [Sam] was with a satanic cult and he had proof. I asked Dave about it and he laughed it off.”

Finally, the real Son of Sam is exposed!

©2014 Gregg Olsen and M. William phelps (P)2014 Gregg Olsen

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Terrible! lot of nothing!

This book was like listening to the dishwasher hum. It has no redeeming qualities. Save you money or your credits.

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  • 08-19-19

Damp squib

Sounded like it would be real!y interesting, but it's a lot of other stuff leading up to a few miniscule excerpts of not a lot of interest. I've liked other books by Phelps/Olsen im extremely disappointed in this, waste of good money, also extremely short.