Donald "Pee Wee" Gaskins, although scrawny and seemingly unthreatening, must be one of the most evil of all America's serial killers. Prior to writing this book, Wilton Earle did not believe in capital punishment or that an individual could be so easily classified as "pure evil". After spending much time interviewing Gaskins on Death Row, writing this "Biography", he now believes in both. This book is told in Gaskins own words, in which he describes in remarkable detail his upbringing, life in prison, and the cold-blooded, sadistic killings that he performed to get rid of the "burning pain in his stomach". I enjoy reading true crime but some of the accounts of these murders are extremely sick and disturbing. Gaskins was a sadist who relished in torturing women and I was forced to put this book down on a number of occasions. I had never before read a book that went into as much detail as this. You cannot help but feel very emotional whilst turning these pages, and not many books have had that effect on me. Without doubt, this is the best true crime book that I have ever read. It must have took real self-restraint for Wilton Earle to remain impartial and silent whilst Donald "Pee Wee" Gaskins conveyed some of the sick and shocking acts portrayed in this book. It is worrying to think that there may be people out there who see things, as Gaskins did, in "black and white", without any "grey" at all. Definitely not for the faint-hearted.