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Publisher's Summary

Gosnell is the untold story of America's most prolific serial killer. In 2013, Dr. Kermit Gosnell was convicted of killing four people, including three babies, but is thought to have killed hundreds, perhaps thousands more in a 30-year killing spree. ABC News correspondent Terry Moran described Gosnell as "America's most prolific serial killer". Gosnell is currently serving three life sentences (without the possibility of parole) for murdering babies and patients at his "House of Horrors" abortion clinic.
This book - and now a major movie starring Dean Cain (Lois & Clarke) - reveals how the investigation that brought Gosnell to justice started as a routine drugs investigation and turned into a shocking unmasking of America's biggest serial killer. It details how compliant politicians and bureaucrats allowed Dr. Gosnell to carry out his grisly trade because they didn't want to be accused of "attacking abortion". Gosnell also exposes the media cover-up that saw reporters refusing to cover a story that shone an unwelcome spotlight on abortion in America in the 21st century. Gosnell is an astounding piece of investigative journalism revealing a cover-up among the medical political and media establishments that allowed a killer to go undetected for decades.
©2017 Ann McElhinney, Phelim McAleer (P)2017 Ann McElhinney, Phelim McAleer
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By Aaron on 04-21-17

Chilling

The information in this book will haunt me for the rest of my life. It is disturbing how someone could get away with this for so long.

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By Angie M on 09-08-17

Disgusting

What would have made Gosnell better?

Taking out the anti-abortion propaganda and not exploiting such an awful murderer to advance you own ridiculous cause

Would you ever listen to anything by Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer again?

No

What didn’t you like about Ann McElhinney’s performance?

It was very harsh and angry sounding

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

None

Any additional comments?

I only made it through he first 5 minutes before turning it off. Alan Robertson is a horrible bigoted human being and his words are toxic I'm angry that I used a credit on this. Audible does have the best and easiest return policy and I am thankful for that.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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By Tommy on 08-12-17

Fascinating and very listenable.

This book, and its narration by co-author Ann McElhinney achieves the impossible - writing dramatic the highly disturbing story of America's worst ever serial killer in such a humane and sympathetic manner that both satisfies and educates the listener.

This is a story of criminal neglect by government that ended in the killing and maiming of vulnerable women and the murder of their newborn children, and how the abortion industry and its apologists sought to cover it all up. It is a story that has everything.

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By Lewis Emslie on 08-02-17

A story that has to be told but be warned this isn't for everyone!

This is such a shocking story that has to be told and acknowledged by more people! BUT and this is a very big but, the graphic content is a very hard listen and I couldn't finish the book because of this. I do acknowledge the subject is very dark, with the criminal neglect making an even darker read, but as someone who has read a lot of true crime novels
this is the first I've ever decided not to finish because of the content.

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