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by Wensley Clarkson

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ISBN:
0312963246
Author:
Wensley Clarkson
Category:
True Crime
Language:
English
Publisher:
St. Martin's Paperbacks (July 15, 1998)
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Wensley Clarkson has been a writer and investigative journalist all his working life. Series: St. Martin's True Crime Library.

Wensley Clarkson has been a writer and investigative journalist all his working life. His career has taken him from local newspapers to many of the world's most prestigious newspapers and magazines. He is also the author of fourteen true crime books published in fifteen countries. He divides his time between homes in London, Dorset, and Los Angeles. Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages. Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks (July 15, 1998).

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WENSLEY CLARKSON has written more than thirty books-which have sold more than a million copies worldwide-including the tabloid newspaper exposé Dog Eat Dog . I highly recommend reading this book if you enjoy true crime.

WENSLEY CLARKSON has written more than thirty books-which have sold more than a million copies worldwide-including the tabloid newspaper exposé Dog Eat Dog, biographies of John Travolta and Quentin Tarantino, plus fifteen best-selling true-crime books including Doctors of Death, Whatever Mother Says, Deadly Seduction, Slave Girls, Death at Every Stop, In the Name of Satan, The Railroad Killer, The. Mother's Day Murder and Caged Heat. Not only is it entertaining, but will serve as an eye-opener into how one should never place one hundred percent trust in their doctor.

A white-knuckle tour of women on the edge of hell  . Start by marking Caged Heat (Blake's True Crime Library) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

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St. Martin's Paperbacks . Railroad Killer and Caged Heat. WENSLEY CLARKSON has written thirty-one books-which have sold more than a million copies worldwide-including the tabloid newspaper exposé Dog Eat Dog, biographies of John Travolta and Quentin Tarantino, plus fifteen best-selling true-crime books including Doctors of Death, Whatever Mother Says, Deadly Seduction, Slave Girls, Death at Every Stop, In the Name of Satan, The.

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A white-knuckle tour of women on the edge of hell.They were once sweet little girls-- sugar and spice, and everything nice. Now they're cold-blooded criminals, behind the bars of America's most dangerous prisons-- hardened women doing their time. How and why did they cross to the dark side? What makes women kill husbands, lovers, family, and innocent strangers? Step inside and meet:Patty: The prison beauty slaughtered her mother, father, and little brother after falling in love with an evil Svengali twenty years her senior.Michelle: She lovingly tends the flowers on the prison grounds. Only those who know her best know how she kicked her husband to death.Cynthia: A typical St. Louis girl-- until she met a jailbird and embarked on a murderous rampage worthy of Natural Born Killers.Author Wensley Clarkson has used his unique, unlimited access to some of America's toughest prisons to reveal the shocking world of female criminals-- from their illicit love affairs to race relations, prostitution, protection rackets, drug smuggling, and more.Plus: What happened to notorious criminals Amy Fisher and Pam Smart? Now their tawdry lives behind bars are revealed!
  • Marilace
This sort of combination of gossip and innuendo mixed with a few facts would be harmless except that it really hurts people. The real person who is the subject of one chapter has recently run across a copy & is agonizing over the vicious potrayal of her in the book. She's also angry at the fellow inmate who agreed to talk to Ms. "Wensley Clarkson" and upset that people will read it and believe it.
I told her that no one whose opinion she cares about will read this book. I also explained that this book is a descendent of those pulp magazines like TRUE CONFESSIONS and TRUE CRIME that most of literate society has outgrown.
I suppose there are still some people who find this sort of thing entertaining, but it's too bad.
  • Magis
If you're ever trapped in the woods, you could use this badly written tripe to start a fire. That's all it's good for. Trust me: DON'T BUY IT.