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Book Review: Terror in Ypsilanti: John Norman Collins Unmasked by Gregory A. Fournier

What an excellent book! This book talks about the serial murders committed by John Norman Collins (Chapman). It is very detailed, about the victims and the killer. It gave the story of the girls who were murdered by Collins and their hopes for a future. The girls were students at the University, looking forward to their futures, hopes and dreams. Then there is the killer, John Norman Collins, also a college student. There was nothing really special about him, nothing that stuck out. He seemed to be a “normal” student. He rarely showed any ambition, or anger issues. He was very charming and charismatic. That is what made it all so easy. This book was well-written, well researched and easy to read. I had previously read the other book on this case, but this one is far superior, in my opinion. It even has really nice photos of the victims, including Roxie Phillips in California. Read this book! You will not regret it.

Terror in Ypsilanti: John Norman Collins Unmasked by Gregory A. Fournier
File Size: 2679 KB
Print Length: 301 pages
Publisher: Wheatmark, Inc. (September 5, 2016)
Publication Date: September 5, 2016
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
ASIN: B01LO78EAU

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2 Responses

  1. Interestin I lov books like tha

  2. Thank you for sharing ❤😍gdnite 😘 ,

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