Unnatural Causes

  • Title: Unnatural Causes
  • Author: Max Haines
  • ISBN: 9780143016106
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Paperback
  • Unnatural Causes In this his th book Max Haines describes in his inimitable style sixty five new cases of murder and mayhem from eight different countries Belgium Canada England France Germany New Zealand
    In this, his 19th book, Max Haines describes, in his inimitable style, sixty five new cases of murder and mayhem from eight different countries Belgium, Canada, England, France, Germany, New Zealand, the United States and Wales You ll meet the notorious George Joseph Smith, an Englishman known as Brides in the Bath Smith because of his penchant for murdering his wivesIn this, his 19th book, Max Haines describes, in his inimitable style, sixty five new cases of murder and mayhem from eight different countries Belgium, Canada, England, France, Germany, New Zealand, the United States and Wales You ll meet the notorious George Joseph Smith, an Englishman known as Brides in the Bath Smith because of his penchant for murdering his wives in the bath Read the details behind the recent case of Karla Faye Tucker, who killed two people with a pickaxe then became a born again Christian while on death row, before she was executed in 1998.

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    About Max Haines


    1. Max Haines was a syndicated crime columnist.His Crime Flashback column made its debut in the Toronto Sun in 1972 and was syndicated across Canada and in several Latin and South American countries His first column was about Lizzie Borden He was awarded the Derrick Murdoch Award, one of the Arthur Ellis awards, by the Crime Writers of Canada.


    731 Comments


    1. the stories are not well detailed which is hard for a person who is very visual. most of the stories get repetitive and theres not much creativity put into them

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    2. A collection of 65 murder cases. Pretty boring at the start but the last half is chock full of interesting psychotic killers. I enjoyed the book for what is was but never really got attached to one story because it was over so quickly. The author has a sly way of introducing each villain like "Oh dear reader, would you find this man guilty? Lets dive into the story of Rober Poulin." It's funny that he's personal with the reader in a way I haven't really seen before. Not bad book but there has go [...]

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    3. What an extraordinary book. It's amazing how these people can come up with different methods of murder. Some actually get away with it!!!! Each tale is more profound then the next. With all of the deaths in this book I was happy to see that the final one ended with a survivor! This book is a must read!!!!

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    4. loved it and anything by max haines

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