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Body Parts

SUMMARY Body Parts

Ated by his brutal sexual practices which eventually resulted in the torture and murder of four women. The first part of the book was very interesting and uite well written but the trial portion got very long and too drawn out

READ ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Caitlin Rother

Based on previously sealed testimony and interviews with key players in the case 'Body Parts' is a fr. As I was reading some of the cases in regards to Wayne’s victims some started to sound familiar to me I shortly after realized I had read another book on the same serial killer This book had insight that I didn’t recall reading in the other It was heartbreaking to read what he did to his victims This book made me feeling very sad when I was done reading it Le chocolat qui me fait craquer key players in the case 'Body Parts' is a fr. As I was reading some of the cases in regards to Wayne’s victims some started to sound familiar to me I shortly after realized I had read another book on the same serial Chocolat killer This book had insight that I didn’t recall reading in the other It was heartbreaking to read what he did to his victims This book made me feeling very sad when I was done reading it

Caitlin Rother Ç 0 READ

Ighteningly intimate examination of the life of Wayne Ford a man whose capacity for violence wasn't s. Interesting tale of a bizarre California thrill killer who eluded justice for decades out of animal cunning and luck than pure smarts The big twist here of course is that he wound up turning himself in sort of but needed his brother to actually get him in the door of the police station But as author Caitlin Rother makes clear after exhaustively thorough backtracking through Wayne Ford's weird history the voluntary surrender was about encroaching mental illness than a sudden redeeming burst of conscience Wayne Ford is one sick man who's only getting sickerRother is a former newspaper journalist and her just the facts style serves her well here Though it lacks the florid and even overheated tone of most other books in the genre it makes clear her reliability as a fair recounter of complex events Unlike many current true crime authors Rother isn't invested in any point of view other than that of the purely objective one She doesn't see it as her job to be a victim's advocate or a badge bunny as they call reporters who devolve into uniform groupies She simply sees it as her job to lay it all out there and let the reader draw his or her own conclusions which is pretty refreshing I'll always read Caitlin Rother's true crime books for one reason above all I trust her to give it to me straight I wish that weren't so rare these days