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Book Title: Perfect Poison: A Female Serial Killer's Deadly Medicine|
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Reader ratings: 3.4
The author of the book: M. William Phelps
Date of issue: June 1st 2003
ISBN 13: 9780786015504
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 739 KB
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Lots of thoughts on this book sadly not alot of them are good.
Perfect poison uses just last names then just first names and i didnt know who was who (which was really annoying). The beginning made me feel like i was reading through a doctors file (which was kinda the point), but it was a little much. But i did enjoy the diseases, disabilities, and diagnosis that were mentioned and described in the book.
I enjoyed the multiple murders in the beginning and how Gilbert was named the Angel of death.
Kristen, a nurse that is also a serial killer... i am going into health care and the main thing my teachers nail into my head is you have to have empathy, compassion and truly want to help people. Kristen missed that class.
The "relationship" between Perrault and Gilbert was strange at first, weird and rushed, maybe it was supposed to be.
Henry: I took 30 red pills last night and 20 this morning I drink a 12 pack of beer.
They are developing the character of a schizophrenic Henry Henry Hudson so obviously Kristen is going to want to kill him or maybe fall in love with him I can't tell yet but I think he's going to be a victim and I don't want him to be a victim, i want him to live. (Lets see if im right). Wow within five pages hes dead, but did Kristen do it?
Okay so if shes killing people, alot of people and everyone is just saying yeah whatever nothing we can do now. Angel of death seriously come on you people are supposed to be smart.
Kristin kills another one and finally someone wants to take her down but doesnt want to say anything without evidence. Walsh good for you.
I think this could be a good movie because reading Kristin killing people over and over is getting boring to read but could be speed up nicely in a movie. Like a lifetime cheesy movie not a real movie.
Thoughts throughout the book:
Does this book speed up?
Why is no one questioning Kristin?
Angel of death come on people
Last name or first name make up your damn mind.
Are ture crime books supposed to be this boring?
I hate bashing books but seriously.
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Read information about the authorCrime, murder and serial killer expert, creator/producer/writer and former host of the Investigation Discovery series DARK MINDS, acclaimed, award-winning investigative journalist M. William Phelps is the New York Times best-selling author of 30 books and winner of the 2013 Excellence in (Investigative) Journalism Award and the 2008 New England Book Festival Award. A highly sought-after pundit, Phelps has made over 100 media-related television appearances: Early Show, The Today Show, The View, Fox & Friends, truTV, Discovery Channel, Fox News Channel, Good Morning America, TLC, BIO, History, Oxygen, OWN, on top of over 100 additional media appearances: USA Radio Network, Catholic Radio, Mancow, Wall Street Journal Radio, Zac Daniel, Ave Maria Radio, Catholic Channel, EWTN Radio, ABC News Radio, and many more.
Phelps is also a member of the Multidisciplinary Collaborative on Sexual Crime and Violence (MCSCV), also known as the Atypical Homicide Research Group (AHRG) at Northeastern University, maintained by NU alumni Enzo Yaksic.
Phelps is one of the regular and recurring experts frequently appearing on two long-running series, Deadly Women and Snapped. Radio America calls Phelps “the nation’s leading authority on the mind of the female murderer,” and TV Rage says, “M. William Phelps dares to tread where few others will: into the mind of a killer.” A respected journalist, beyond his book writing Phelps has written for numerous publications—including the Providence Journal, Connecticut Magazine and Hartford Courant—and consulted on the first season of the hit Showtime cable television series Dexter.
Phelps grew up in East Hartford, CT, moved to Vernon, CT, at age 12, where he lived for 25 years. He now lives in a reclusive Connecticut farming community north of Hartford.
Beyond crime, Phelps has also written several history books, including the acclaimed, New York Times bestselling NATHAN HALE: The Life and Death of America’s First Spy, THE DEVIL’S ROOMING HOUSE, THE DEVIL’S RIGHT HAND, MURDER, NEW ENGLAND, and more.