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Gainesville Ripper By Mary S. Ryzuk,

  • Title: Gainesville Ripper
  • Author: Mary S. Ryzuk
  • ISBN: 9780312953249
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
  • Recounts the search for and trial of a serial killer who targeted on and off campus residents at the University of Florida, and describes in vivid detail how he tortured and mutilated his victims as a means of taunting the police Reprint.
    Gainesville Ripper Recounts the search for and trial of a serial killer who targeted on and off campus residents at the University of Florida and describes in vivid detail how he tortured and mutilated his victims as a

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    1. on Wednesday, April 21, 2004 I wroteWell I finished it I agree with you kafka, it was a very detailed book although some times to detailed, especially in the beginning I enjoyed the book when we started to learn about Danny Rolling and his family.Also enjoyed reading the appendix which contained the testimonies for instance by the mother of rolling.But I do think the writer could have shortened the book a bit It felt like she was repeating herself, especially about the days of the murder.Overa [...]

    2. This true crime saga is quite well written and unusually gripping The brutal murders of 5 University of Florida students occur over one weekend in the beginning of the school year in 1990 The killer has mutilated the bodies and there are no suspects The city of Gainesville takes on a sinister feel The students are justifiably terrified The writer deftly traces the movements of the killer and the victims that ultimately and tragically intercept She crafts extensive portraits of the victims, and a [...]

    3. Not as hard to put down as some in fact it really dragged in spots but it did answer all my questions about the Gainesville killings Spent waaaaaay too much time on the sad life of the poor widdle killer.

    4. Scared the crap outta me Great book Really dug deep into the killer s sad past and what got him where he was I seriously sympathized with him Riveting.

    5. Very thorough and well written Some of the sections talking about the murders were a bit too graphic for me but overall an excellent well written book.

    6. I had to make myself stop reading this book one night and finish it during daylight hours, it creeped me out so much

    7. This one haunted me Heartbreaking, and the first true crime book that spent as much time on the lives of the victims as on their killer.

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