Serial Killers: True Crime Stories Of The Most Vicious Serial Killers In History - Brody Clayton

Serial Killers: True Crime Stories Of The Most Vicious Serial Killers In History

By Brody Clayton

  • Release Date: 2018-03-21
  • Genre: True Crime
Score: 4
From 98 Ratings


Why do they kill? What joy do serial killers get from murdering other people in such a brutal manner? Worse still, many of these serial killers end up murdering innocent children? What traumatic experience in their life made them so emotionally stunted that they enjoy the death of such pure innocence?

Hundreds of people have tried to study the minds of these psychopaths in an attempt to understand what fuelled their hatred against their victims. The various reasons that motivate murderers to commit such heinous crimes range from the sense of power to some trauma that they went through as a child.

In this book, we delve deep into the lives and crimes of such psychopaths in an attempt to understand the method in their madness. These psychopaths have become renowned for their gruesome crimes and the nonchalance with which they committed these crimes, which would leave any normal human being disgusted and full of remorse.


  • Was looking for more in depth info

    By Amy987654321
    I got through the first chapter but found myself fact checking everything based on the fact it stated Ted Bundy stopped sending “texts”. I also started counting how many times the word “however” was used. The information seemed vague and not very detailed
  • Poor editing

    By SilkysGrl10
    Many misused words and other random errors. Slightly annoying to read.
  • Please proofread!

    By Feesha4
    The accounts of the serial killers are interesting to read. It’s just, well, how did Sutcliffe hit one of his victims from “beyond”? Hit from behind would be the more likely scenario. I highly doubt Ted Bundy ignored “texts” back in 1974. Get past those and it’s pretty good.