Reviews

  • "'Anyone reading this brilliant book will wonder whether justice was really done'"

    A.N. Wilson, Evening Standard
  • "'Brian Masters is a very fine writer who consistently questions the nature of justice and how it is administered'"

    Minette Walters
  • "'By far the most interesting book on the subject...profound and illuminating'"

    Anthony Daniels, Sunday Telegraph
  • "'Like the author's previous books on Nilsen and Dahmer, it sets out the facts in detail, so the reader can make up his own mind. A classic of criminological literature'"

    Colin Wilson, Spectator
  • "'Masters has marshalled his arguments with such skill that one wonders why he is not making his fortune at the bar...another serious, compelling account of a serial killer'"

    Anthony Storr, The Sunday Times