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I: The Creation of a Serial Killer Mass Market Paperback – 18 Aug 2003
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This book is like an avalanche: it starts strong and rapidly gains momentum as it cascades downward on its destructive journey of serial murder. Truly insightful. "Maury Terry, bestselling author of The Ultimate Evil" It is probably impossible for any law-abiding citizen like the author and most of his readers to understand a homicidal psychopath-especially one not only driven to kill but also driven to get caught. Given the odds, Olsen explains [Keith Hunter] Jesperson to an amazing degree. "Seattle Times/Post Intelligencer" Olsen was the most prolific, innovative writer of serious true crime books in recent memory. "San Francisco Chronicle" For the genre, this is crackerjack stuff. Olsen obviously had thorough access to Jesperson...his family, and friends...True-crime entertainment at its best. "Kirkus Reviews" Veteran true-crime author Olsen takes the profiling of a psychopath a step farther than usual...the gruesome details are nailed down with morbid precision...Olsen's writing is clear and concise. "Publishers Weekly" Jack Olsen has hit the target again...a valuable, illuminating look into the phenomenon of the murdering mind. "Maury Terry, best-selling author of The Ultimate Evil" The most disturbing and illuminating book ever written. Bar none. I' is not for the faint of heart, but for those willing to go to the darkest depths of human depravity to understand the incomprehensible. "Gregg Olsen, bestselling author of Abandoned Prayers""
About the Author
Jack Olsen lived on an island in Puget Sound, WA, where he passed away at the age of seventy-seven on July 16, 2002.
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It made for very good reading,but doesn't tell you whether Keith is still in jail or has since died though.
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