To Kill and Kill Again by John Coston
(Onyx True Crime ; Je 323)

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The people of the idyllic town of Missoula, Montana liked baby-faced Wayne Nance. The friendly, familiar native son and furniture delivery man was considered so trustworthy that some of his customers just gave him the keys to their houses to make his deliveries easier. But would you give your keys to a serial killer? For 12 years Wayne Nance - the boy-next-door - was littering the beautiful Northwestern landscape with bodies, bodies he had brutally raped and murdered. This reign of extreme terror left eight corpes in its wake, and didn't end until the heartstopping showdown with two would-be victims who lived to tell all. This book recounts this story of a homicidal misfit who was able to fool the police and everyone who knew him, and documents one of the most exciting endings in true-crime history.
 

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Published August 4, 1992 by Onyx. 352 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Coston, a news editor at the Wall Street Journal , has reconstructed the rampage of Wayne Nance, a Montana psychopath who in daily life appeared polite and generous but who committed at least four bru

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Coston, a news editor at the Wall Street Journal , has reconstructed the rampage of Wayne Nance, a Montana psychopath who in daily life appeared polite and generous but who committed at least four brutal sexual murders over 12 years.

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