The Man Who Could Not Kill Enough

The Man Who Could Not Kill Enough Review

The Milwaukee Journal reporter who broke the Dahmer story spans the entire case, describing the dramatic scene when police first entered Dahmer's apartment; the fascinating science of forensics and how it was used to identify 16 victims; Dahmer's chi...

Title:The Man Who Could Not Kill Enough
Edition Language:English

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  • Paul Bryant

    JEFFREY DAHMER AND THE PROBLEM OF FREE WILLJeffrey Dahmer, the one-man abattoir, whose terrible life was a monument to waste, pain and squalor, makes us confront, once again, the business of being a h...

  • Fishface

    Not just another book on Jeff Dahmer. The writing is a little clumsy in spots, but the author was the first on the scene when the police were first searching his apartment; she even walked through the...

  • Joey

    You are on the balcony, taking some rest after studying for an exam when you notice out the window that there is a man standing beside the light post in front of the building. You will get terrified w...

  • Michael

    As John Wayne Gacy once said, "If Jeffery Dahmer isn't insane, than who is?!! I, like everyone else, knew who Jeffrey Dahmer was. But did not know all the details. Whelp.... I got them. I've known peo...

  • Penny

    If you've ever chanced upon a Wikipedia article about Jeffrey Dahmer and found yourself wanting to know more about the shocking and horrifying details of this Milwaukee massacre this is a book for you...

  • Tamar

    This is not truly a book about Jeffery Dahmer. That's fine - it was interesting to learn about the effect that Dahmer and his capture had on the city of Milwaukee in general and the author specificall...

  • Hannah

    Having read many true crime novels, this is definitely not in my top 10. The title seems a bit misleading considering the main content of the book. Yes, I understand that Schwartz was a reporter and w...

  • Jon Fanny Tallefors

    3.5An interesting book, focused more on the case and the sensationalism surrounding it rather than deep-going information about Dahmer himself. It offers a lot of information about the effects on and ...

  • Tia

    One of the better books on Dahmer as the writer was an actual reporter for the Milwaukee Journal and was one of the first people on the scene when Dahmer was arrested, and actually got to walk through...

  • Rita

    I hadn't read much on Jeffrey Dahmer so I thought this might be interesting. Instead of being a biography on him, it seemed more like an autobiography of the writer. Some stuff was interesting on how ...