The Man Who Could Not Kill Enough by Anne E. Schwartz
The Secret Murders of Milwaukee's Jeffrey Dahmer

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A comprehensive study of the life and crimes of Milwaukee serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer discusses the investigation into the killings, the stories of the victims' families, and the intense criticism faced by police for their handling of the case.
 

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Published June 1, 1992 by Citadel. 225 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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and coverage of the storm of controversy--pitting the Milwaukee police chief against his own men, black cops against white cops, and the city's black, gay, and Laotian communities against all cops--that arose when it was revealed that, two months before his arrest, when a naked and bleeding Laoti...

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Schwartz, the Milwaukee Journal reporter who first broke the Dahmer story of murder and cannibalism in July 1991, here presents a superficial account of the case. The book is redeemed only by the chap

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Schwartz, the Milwaukee Journal reporter who first broke the Dahmer story of murder and cannibalism in July 1991, here presents a superficial account of the case.

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