From the back cover - He looked like the boy next door. Young, handsome, and perfectly mannered, Lesley Eugene Warren, 20, was a magnet for the women who fell under his seductive spell - until they fell victim to his twisted need to kill. Here is the chilling account of a serial killer who left a terrifying trail of bodies across the East Coast of America and eluded authorities for nearly five years.
Book about a troubled youth. From the serial killers birth, he was abused and troubled. Was hospitalized on a few occasions for his psychosis. Should have never been released. He murdered at least four women and maybe more , before he was caught. Quite disturbing , true crime.
The crimes were interesting, as was the killer. More info on the victims would have been nice. Pictures were appropriate and details included were not unnecessarily gory. The number of typos and grammar errors was most distracting. I felt the editor did an exceptionally poor job even though Bellini writes pretty clearly. Still, just considering it an average true crime book. It jumps around some but does give one a feel for the mental and emotional difficulties the killer had since he was an infant. A sad story all around for both victims and killer.