Book Reviews of Last rampage: the shocking, true story of an escaped convict

Last rampage: the shocking, true story of an escaped convict
Last rampage the shocking true story of an escaped convict
Author: James W. Clarke
ISBN-13: 9780425122457
ISBN-10: 042512245X
Publication Date: 8/1/1990
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
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Shocking true story of an escaped convict's killing spree
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good book hard to put down
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Gary Tison was a master manipulator. A convicted murderer. And one of the most chilling criminals ever to be unleashed on an unwitting public. His three sons helped him walk out of Arizona State Prison - accompanied by his fellow convict Randy Greenawalt, a serial killer. Their easy escape wa an embarassment that soon turned into a nightmare. For over the next twelve days the five fugitives gunned their way across the southwest in a vicious crime spree that ended in a scene of appalling violence - and took the lives of six innocent victims...
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Gary Tison was a master manipulator. A convicted murder. And one of the most chilling criminals ever to be unleashed on an unwitting public.

His three sons helped him walk out of Arizona State Prison--accompanied by his fellow convict Randy Greenawalt, a serial killer. Their easy escape was an embarrassment that soon turned into a nightmare. For over the next twelve days the five fugitives gunned their way across the Southwest in a vicious crime spree that ended in a scene of appalling violence--and then took the lives of six innocent victims...
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I got about a 100 pages into this book and realized that I had read it many years ago. It is still a chilling book to read about a convicted murderer who was in jail and his three sons helped him escape. After that it was traveling and murdering across the southwest. It is a true story, well researched and well written. I did enjoy it as would anyone into true crime.