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on 21 March 2012
This is one of the best books on crime - non-fiction or otherwise - that I've ever read....and bejesus I've read a few. A superb personal glance back at those awful events has now been added to what was already a thorough, fascinating and well-pitched account. For the judge to have singled out 'horror videos' as a contributing factor was always so simplistic and was snatched upon by a lazy media. If we didn't see it already, David James Smith illustrates that there was so much more. This book is a must for anyone who is fascinated not by 'evil' but by human beings.