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The last victim : a true-life journey into the mind of the serial killer

Author: Jason Moss; Jeffrey A Kottler
Publisher: New York : Warner Books, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An exploration of the minds of serial killers draws from interviews and correspondence that the author conducted as an eighteen-year-old student with such criminals as John Wayne Gacy and Charles Manson.
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Genre/Form: Autobiographies
Biographies
Biography
Named Person: Jason Moss; John Wayne Gacy; John Wayne Gacy; Jason Moss; John Wayne Gacy
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jason Moss; Jeffrey A Kottler
ISBN: 0446523402 9780446523400 9780446608275 0446608270
OCLC Number: 39478068
Description: xix, 278 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The Bookstore --
True Crime --
First Target --
The Plan --
Research --
A Question of Motive --
Perfection and Fear --
Monsters --
In Training --
The Questionnaire --
Setting Bait --
Secrets --
Outside the Boundaries --
Perversity --
Fictional Friends --
What's Up, Buddy? --
A Back Door --
Incest --
Joining a Family --
Deeply Disturbed --
Cannibal --
Only the Lonely --
Doubts --
Night Stalker --
Weak Stomach --
Grooming a Killer --
The Experiment --
Hook, Line, and Sinker --
Q & A --
The Invitation --
FBI --
Journey --
The Attorney --
Long Walk --
Face-to-Face --
Jekyll and Hyde --
Breakdown --
Day Two --
Neighbor Down the Hall --
Goodbye --
Going Home --
Juggling Killers --
Blackmail --
Execution --
Aftermath.
Responsibility: Jason Moss with Jeffrey Kottler.
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