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Deadly Innocence
Deadly Innocence
Author: Scott Burnside, Alan Cairns
Karla and Paul seemed like the picture-perfect newlyweds, but were really a pair of vicious killers who abducted, sexually tortured and murdered innocent schoolgirls, videotaping their evil acts in suburban Niagara Falls. Billed as the crime of the century in Canada, this case has received a great deal of media coverage on both sides of the bord...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780446601542
ISBN-10: 0446601543
Publication Date: 11/1/1995
Pages: 584
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 29 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Very disturbing book. I think I heard that the girl murderer has just been released from prison.
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This book, although gave you insight to the ending all along, was a decent read. You knew what was going to happen, but it just wouldn't happen! The couple led a life of lies, corruption, deceit, and love. It's a mix of everything and it really made me enjoy reading it. I'd read it again in a second if I wasn't looking for more material!
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This book is a shocking, horrific pageturner! I'm very picky with true crime books, but this one rates as one of my top 10. The most striking part of the story is how you find yourself wondering how you feel about Karla.... is she a criminal or a victim? I honestly felt she was a victim.
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I lived in the area when this all took place and it was a very scary time. I truly believe Karla is just a guilty if not more then Paul.He was a serial rapist before he met her THEN they became killers as a team Very very Sad story.