The World Encyclopedia of Serial Killers is the most comprehensive set of its kind in the history of true crime publishing. Written and compiled by Susan Hall, the four-volume set has more than 1600 entries of male and female serial killers from around the world.
Defined by the FBI as a person who murders 3 or more people over a period of time with a hiatus of weeks or months between murders, serial killers have walked among us from the dawn of time as these books will demonstrate. While the entries to these volumes will continue to grow—the FBI estimates that there are at least fifty serial killers operating in the United States at any given time—THE WORLD ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SERIAL KILLERS is as complete as possible through the end of 2017.
Volume Three M-S includes the Machete Murderer Juan Vallejo Corona, Maranhao Boy Mutilator Francisco das Chagas, Night Stalker Richard Ramirez, Rostov Ripper Andrei Romanovych Chikatilo, and serial killer Arthur John Shawcross. You will find these killers and approximately 475 others in this third book in the series.
About the Author
N. Susan Hall is a novice true crime writer, but has investigated, written and published three books on genealogy. Her years in the business world included writing articles and manuals on a variety of items, from instruction manuals used in teaching, to the workings of machinery.
About the Narrator
Angela L. Claxton got into narrating because of the joy on her children’s faces when she read to them. She has always enjoyed reading, so reading for others was a natural progression for her. She currently has narrated mostly nonfiction works but hopes to expand into her favorite genre, science fiction and fantasy. Angela lives in rural Buchanan, Tennessee with her husband, the youngest of her 3 sons, and 2 adventurous dogs, along with a whole passel of cats.