[Fallet Thomas uick att skapa en seriemördare] EBOOK NEW

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  • 459
  • Fallet Thomas uick att skapa en seriemördare
  • Hannes Råstam
  • English
  • 03 September 2020
  • 9781782110705

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Hannes Råstam À 9 Download Fallet Thomas uick att skapa en seriemördare Free read ✓ 109 The next nine years uick confessed to than thirty unsolved murders revealing he had maimed raped and eaten the remains of his victimsIn the years that followed a fearless investigative journalist called Hannes Råstam became obsessed with uick's case He studied the investigations in forensic detail He scrutinised every interrogation read and re read the verdicts wa. Real investigative journalism This book is incredibly detailed and I ll admit there were times when I wanted to flip ahead thinking ok yes you ve made your point but there are so many facts and each is important to build the overall case that the Swedish judicial system really stuffed up Fascinating read Ricky point but there are so many facts and each is important to build the overall case that the Swedish judicial system really stuffed up Fascinating read

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Hannes Råstam À 9 Download Fallet Thomas uick att skapa en seriemördare Free read ✓ 109 'I wonder what you'd think of me if you found out that I've done something really serious 'So begin the confessions of Thomas uick Scandinavia's most notorious serial killerIn 1992 behind the barbed wire fence of a psychiatric hospital for the criminally insane Thomas uick confessed to the murder of an eleven year old boy who had been missing for twelve years Over. Okay so the overarching idea story thing I know it s not either of those but like a plot except for non ficton but because I read so much I don t have a vocabulary was super interesting However the book was so repetitive and didn t seem to follow any chronological or clear lines I hated it I don t know whether the book was like this because the author passed away just after the manuscript was finished so it was edited in a messed up way or it was just crap Either way the VERY last few chapters were better but mostly it was over and over again I understand that if Thomas uick was as infamous I didn t even know the name before this book in my country Australia isn t very up to date with the current affairs in Sweden the book would have held importance Each case although going through an almost identical process would have struck of a chord because each case was uite famous but I had no knowledge of any of them before this and so it wasn t as dramatic as I felt it could have been if I were in line with who I think the intended audience were the Swedes and Norwegians Even so I think that it was an interesting book but for me at least it could have been much shorter in order to avoid the repetitiveness like skip the dreary I did this and then all that time interviewing and things and just say everything he said he did and then split it into parts or chapters or whatever where each conviction and confession was examined Also a lot of the newspaper excerpts were unnecessarily longLastly it takes 50 years to read because the entire thing is a brick of repetitive information Cabin Boys psychiatric hospital for the criminally insane Thomas uick confessed to the murder of an eleven year old boy who had been missing for twelve years Over. Okay so the overarching idea story thing I know it s not either of those but like a Yom Kippur as Manifest in an Approaching Dorsal Fin plot except for non ficton but because I read so much I don t have a vocabulary was super interesting However the book was so repetitive and didn t seem to follow any chronological or clear lines I hated it I don t know whether the book was like this because the author Dictionnaire des onomatopées passed away just after the manuscript was finished so it was edited in a messed up way or it was just crap Either way the VERY last few chapters were better but mostly it was over and over again I understand that if Thomas uick was as infamous I didn t even know the name before this book in my country Australia isn t very up to date with the current affairs in Sweden the book would have held importance Each case although going through an almost identical مسنون نكاح اور شادي بياه كي رسومات process would have struck of a chord because each case was uite famous but I had no knowledge of any of them before this and so it wasn t as dramatic as I felt it could have been if I were in line with who I think the intended audience were the Swedes and Norwegians Even so I think that it was an interesting book but for me at least it could have been much shorter in order to avoid the repetitiveness like skip the dreary I did this and then all that time interviewing and things and just say everything he said he did and then split it into Happy Hour Love Lessons #1 parts or chapters or whatever where each conviction and confession was examined Also a lot of the newspaper excerpts were unnecessarily longLastly it takes 50 years to read because the entire thing is a brick of repetitive information

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Hannes Råstam À 9 Download Fallet Thomas uick att skapa en seriemördare Free read ✓ 109 Tched the police re enactments and tracked down the medical records and personal police logs until finally he was faced with a horrifying uncertaintyIn the spring of 2008 Råstam travelled to where Thomas uick was serving a life sentence He had one uestion for Sweden's most abominable serial killer And the answer turned out to be far terrifying than the man himself. An interesting read but it felt very drawn out