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Book Review: Jeffrey Dahmer: A Terrifying True Story of Rape, Murder & Cannibalism by Jack Rosewood

This is the first book I have read on Jeffrey Dahmer, and I enjoyed it. It was a straight-forward story, telling what he did, the motives, and most of the heinous details, but not the fluff. Just the facts and the details. I found it very interesting and cleared up some misconceptions I had about Dahmer. I thought that this book was well-written, easy to read, and hard to put down! I really liked it.

Jeffrey Dahmer: A Terrifying True Story of Rape, Murder & Cannibalism by Jack Rosewood
File Size: 2559 KB
Print Length: 502 pages
Publication Date: March 27, 2017
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
ASIN: B06XWFN7Z9

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2 Responses

  1. What were your misconceptions about him? I’ve read quite a lot about him. “The Shrine of Jeffrey Dahmer”, by Brian Masters (who also wrote a great book about Dennis Nielsen, a man with many similarities to Jeff) was my favorite, but “A Father’s Story, written by Lionel Dahmer, and “My Friend Dahmer”, a graphic novel by one of his few adolescent buds, are also excellent; I like examining him from several different perspectives. I wish Joyce (Jeff’s mom) had written the book she supposedly had planned to.

    • I thought that there were more victims found in the apartment (in the acid). I also thought he was probably legally insane, but according to this, he was not. I also thought that he had tortured animals (not sure where I got that from).

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