The Hillside Strangler: The Three Faces of America's Most

This book is the dramatic psychological study of a brutal killer, whose crimes of rape and murder were gruesome secrets he kept even from himself Written with exclusive information gleaned from countless conversations with killer Ken Bianchi, his girlfriend, his psychiatrists, as well as policemen and journalists involved with the case The Hillside Strangler: The Three Faces of America's Most Savage Rapist and Murderer and the Shocking Revelations from the Sensational Los Angeles Trial!


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10 thoughts on “The Hillside Strangler: The Three Faces of America's Most Savage Rapist and Murderer and the Shocking Revelations from the Sensational Los Angeles Trial!

  1. says:

    definitely looking forward to read another true crime classic this book was a very interesting read i did find it repetitive at times and losing a bit of interest for


  2. says:

    This is a very dated book the edition I read was and it was ok at best Too much of it relies on verbatim transcriptions of recorded interviews with mental health profess


  3. says:

    An informative read diving into the life of the hillside strangler It gave insight to the killer s life and mental status as well as providing information on the murders an


  4. says:

    Decent read, but if you knew the bare bones story of the Hillside Strangler, there wasn t a lot of new information in the book I did find the various psychologists techniques


  5. says:

    I was surprised to find that a couple of the murders took place in Washington State Aside from a series of dreams where I step into a brilliant white room with blood splatters ev


  6. says:

    Like the 2 stars suggest it was ok I had no idea that this man possibly had multiple personality disorder, and so as the story unfolded I was surprised But really the author didn t


  7. says:

    I found the writer tried to pass off opinions and guesses as facts Really annoying Not sure how I feel about the Hillside Strangler, the book wasn t bad but I hated how the author almo


  8. says:

    True story of mass murderer Ken Bianchi.


  9. says:

    An interesting, different take on Ken Bianchi than other s, but no real in depth work here.


  10. says:

    True crime novels about serial killers are always interesting I have so many misconceptions about some killers, and it s good to clear those up.


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