Book Title: Out of the Mouths of Serial Killers by Mary Brett
Category: Adult Non-Fiction (18 +), 350 pages
Genre: True Crime
Publisher: Wildblue Press
Release date: Jan 19, 2020
Format available: print, ebook, and audible
Content Rating: R. VIOLENCE, CRIME SCENE PHOTOS
OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF SERIAL KILLERS by author Mary Brett is as close as you will ever come to discovering the answer ... and in the killer’s own words! In this one-of-a-kind book, author Mary Brett corresponded with some of America’s most evil convicted serial killers and asked just one question: WHY? Their return letters give an insightful look into the dark mind of each killer. The reader also will be able to scrutinize direct quotes, unedited, from interrogation statements, trial testimony, media interviews, and parole hearing inquests 75 Serial Killers are included in the book, some only known to the unfortunate victims’ family, friends, and community, while others are the most infamous in the annals of serial killers. All bios feature the crime, the capture, the victims, and background facts. Crime scene photos, some graphic, are featured.
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Out of the Mouths of Serial Killers is an interesting read. I found it to be brave for the author to have the nerve to write the most notorious killers in modern day American history. She wanted to find out why they would kill and asked them. The book is filled with their responses and correspondence with her. It is an interesting look at their personalities and what goes on or went on in their dark minds and in their very own words. The book, also includes other documents in the cases that help convict these murderers. Which include: interrogations, court testimonies, news outlet interviews, and hearings for parole. There are seventy five serial killers within the pages. The author gives a small biography on each one, as well as, a look at their list of crimes, crime scene photos, their unfortunate victims, how they were caught, and some facts about the cases. It is pretty obvious that the author did thorough research for this book. I was intrigued reading it.
I am going to give Out of the Mouths of Serial Killers four and a half stars. I recommend it for readers who are interested in reading about serial murderers and notorious criminals. I would be interested in what else the author, Mary Brett, has written or what she plans to release in the future.
I received a paperback copy of Out of the Mouths of Serial Killers from the publisher. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.