Ripper by Linda Rosencrance

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The Darkest Urge. . .

To his friends and neighbors, Jeffrey Mailhot was an ordinary, law-abiding motorcycle enthusiast with a fondness for 80's rock ‘n roll. But there was a dark side to Mailhot--and an urge he couldn't control. . .

The Vanished Bodies. . .

Rhode Island detectives knew they had a serial killer in their town. But the victims were women who lived and worked in a sexual underground--and whose bodies were never found. Then, prostitutes began to talk about a man who played too rough. Police arrested Jeffrey Mailhot, and an incredible duel of wits began

The Confession Of A Serial Killer. . .

A brilliant police interrogation led to a chilling confession. Now, this insider's account of a modern-day Jack the Ripper takes us into the room where Jeffrey Mailhot, in his own words, told police how he killed women with his bare hands, cut their bodies into pieces, and then went out to kill again. . .

 

About Linda Rosencrance

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Linda Rosencrance has fifteen years of experience as a reporter, writing for both the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald. She is the author of Murder at Moses Pond and has also written an anthology examining various crimes on college campuses. She lives in the Boston area. Edward Lee is a Korean-American who grew up in Brooklyn, trained in classical French kitchens, and has spent a decade in Louisville, Kentucky, where he is chef/owner of the acclaimed 610 Magnolia. A three-time James Beard finalist for Best Chef: Southeast, he survived 14 weeks on the 2012 season of Bravo's Top Chef, successfully challenged culinary royalty on Food Network's Iron Chef America, and has appeared on all the national morning shows. He writes a column for Organic Gardening magazine, and has been featured in Bon Appetit, Gourmet, The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, and many other national publications.
 
Published November 1, 2008 by Pinnacle Books. 321 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs.

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