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The Mammoth Book of Killers at Large (Mammoth Books) by [Cawthorne, Nigel]
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Murderers and serial killers do not always get caught. This volume includes more than 50 of the most serious serial killings and other murder cases that remain unsolved, including: Argentina's crazed highway killer, responsible for mutilating and killing at least five people since 1997, and dumping their bodies along remote highways.

About the Author

Nigel Cawthworne is the author numerous books and has written for over a hundred and fifty newspapers and magazines, from the Sun to the Financial Times, and from Flatbush Life to The New York Tribune.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1554 KB
  • Print Length: 516 pages
  • Publisher: C & R Crime (1 Sept. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005DI9U0A
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #184,824 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Very interesting read opened my eyes.....
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This book is quite an interesting read in the area of unsolved homicides & serial killings from around the world. It is quite hefty so you will certainly find some interesting cases. What I really liked about this book is the depth & breath of cases covered!

Cases covered range from The Austin servant slayer killings which predated Jack the Ripper , to an Atlanta ripper style killer whose only known description is said to have been that of a smartly dressed colored gentleman ! There are also modern cases some of which are less well known for example Atlanta`s own Son of Sam style killer in 1977 ....
Some murders written about happened in Ireland ,Scotland,Argentina etc.

For a single volume it presents an exhaustive well research effort by the author into killers at large. This book is certainly worth reading if you like the more scarier violent unsolved murders ranging from pre- Jack the Ripper all the way to the late 90`s , however some of the killers mentioned in the book are no longer at large as some of the cases have been solved via DNA e.g the Glasgow strangling of a prostitute on a bitterly cold morning, and one of the woman who was raped,murdered and dumped in a mountain in Ireland around 1979 ....
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This book put me off more than a little by the long list of Mammoth Book titles inside the front cover. For example
The Mammoth Book of Errotic literature, but there are plenty of other dubious sounding Mammoth titles.
This particular Mammoth tome obviously deals with Killers at Large and therefore loses some interest as many of the killers are not captured or only suspected of the crimes. The most interesting segment for me is on the Guatamalan
mass killings of the population during Guatamala's recent bloody past.I must have known of this terrible history but it had got lost in all the other horrors that we are constantly bombarded with.
A book to dip into rather then read from cover to cover(for me anyway).
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Some evil killers here! What scares you the most is the fact some of them are walking amongst us send shivers down your spine just thinking about it! It's a shame they can't catch them all. I thought they found out bible John was Peter Tobin!? And jack the stripper could of been that Welsh killer Harold jones?
And Steve Wright as been linked to some of the killings in this book. But this book was obviously written before they knew this. A very interesting but scary book. I wouldn't read it on your own late at night though!
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Very interesting unsolved serial killer compendium,that is well put together and couldn't put down.Would recommend to anybody into true crime or forensic criminology.Far better than any other anthology of unsolved crimes for me ,worth every penny.
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After a while I grew sad and tried of reading about killers still on the loose, I am pleased that I do not live in America even though these offences are world wide. It did bring home the inconsistency in state laws and their application.
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I bought this as a like books like this, but felt this wasnt as good as i thought it would be, although it wasnt bad.
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Its frightening to think they are OUT THERE.
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