I thought this book went on forever. The detail and minutia was torture. The story of the crime was good, but the author was unsuccessful in making the story flow. It's the facts, Maam, just the facts, yes, a quality that Jack Olsen loves, but it lacks cohesion in the narrative. I was disappointed overall, and I have been reading true crime books for over 30 years.
Details the shocking true account of three men. Paul St. Pierre, an alcoholic psychopath; his younger brother Chris; and his childhood friend Andrew Webb, a drug addict who longed to eat human flesh--who brutally murdered two men and then eventually turned against each other.