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Nightmare in Wichita: The Hunt for the Btk Strangler Paperback – 30 Mar 2005
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But it's not just all that. He repeats a lot of info verbatim. More than once, I stopped and checked that I hadn't accidentally back tracked my Kindle because I wash reading something I knew I'd already read. And.... where are the photos?!? I'm sorry, but it ticks me off when a print book has photos and they don't include them in the Kindle edition. No, I am not looking for crime scene photos. I was looking forward to seeing the victims - happy and alive - and the law enforcement members who had dedicated so much of their lives to catching this monster. Yeah, if I really want to I could probably Google them, but if it's in the print book, it should be in the Kindle too.
This book feels a bit padded and it's a little repetitive (for example, we are told why victim Nancy Fox didn't look like herself in her coffin on page 80 and then told again on page 212).
Potential readers should be warned that Mr. Beattie is a proud member of Mensa and, thus, they should expect to encounter the occasional fifty cent word, such as "contumaciously" (page 196).
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