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If you are interested in the fascinating story of Aileen Wuornos, find another book. There are better ones out there. Monster is supposed to be Aileen Wuornos' account of the murders but it is mostly a reporting of the murders with her words injected in. This is no different from other the other books on the same subject. The problem with this book is that the male british narrator droned on, generating all of the enthusiasm in me that that my college statistics professor did. At the very least, having a woman speak the parts of Aileen would have made the book so much more "readable". I couldn't get through half of it.
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First person account of why and how the famous "Monster" prostitute went about killing several of her Johns. If ever an insane person was wrongly put to death, it was this one. She is not the run of the mill evil sociopath.
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