To Kill and Kill Again

To Kill and Kill Again

John Coston / Sep 20, 2019

To Kill and Kill Again The people of the idyllic town of Missoula Montana liked baby faced Wayne Nance The friendly familiar native son and furniture delivery man was considered so trustworthy that some of his customers j

  • Title: To Kill and Kill Again
  • Author: John Coston
  • ISBN: 9780451403230
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Paperback
  • The people of the idyllic town of Missoula, Montana liked baby faced Wayne Nance The friendly, familiar native son and furniture delivery man was considered so trustworthy that some of his customers just gave him the keys to their houses to make his deliveries easier But would you give your keys to a serial killer

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    1. Terrifying True Story of Montana's Baby-Faced Serial Sex Murderer Wayne Nancy, better known as the Missoula Mauler, went on a 12-year spree in Montana. He was a psychopath responsible for sadistic and brutal sex slayings between 1974 and 1986.Nance's victims were handy he knew them, their families. They were accessible a preacher's wife, a teenage runaway. But he made a mistake in going after a couple they lived (barely) to tell the tale.This book takes the reader back to when Nance was a you [...]

    2. They say you should do what you’re good at, and unfortunately, Wayne Nance was good at killing people. He enjoyed his work. This is the true story of the man dubbed “The Missoula Mauler”, who killed primarily based on opportunity, high in the rugged Rocky Mountains between 1974 and 1986. Thank you to Net Galley and Open Road Media, from whom I received a DRC in exchange for this honest review. The digital version of this true crime story was released October 18, and so you can buy yourself [...]

    3. I really enjoyed this book. I love a good mystery thriller and this one kept me interested. I cared about the main characters and found the conversations to be realistic. That being said, there were a few times I found some of the characters actions to be unbelievable. It is fiction though and I love a good story of which this certainly was. It was an excellent book to curl up with.

    4. Crap. It pisses me off that these authors deliberately write 10 decent pages to trick you into buying the book. Honestly this is filler filler and more filler! I don't care who so-and-so's brother's wife's Dad's plumber was! Don't write about it and expect me to pay for it. The interesting parts of this book would make a great short newspaper article.

    5. How do you even rate a book like this. It was interesting to read a book about a serial killer in Missoula, but also a little scary! Makes me never want to get delivery.

    6. The helpful friendThis true story of a serial killer in a small town is scary and very well-written, and it lets us see how vulnerable we all are. Everyone thought they knew Wayne, eccentric but harmlessd so kind and ready to help with whatever. Even when some became disenchanted, noticing something dark and cold about him - even some knowing more about that side of him, they never added it up. I wanted to reach into the book and shake a few of them, thinking "can't you see what's in front of yo [...]

    7. Jabberwocky5 stars for this intense & in-depth true crime novel.The beginning is a well written history lesson for those unfamiliar with Missoula, Montana. Snippets of the closely disguised killer are @ the forefront of this novel.What lies beyond is a very gruesome & detailed life of a very conniving & twisted individual that is easy to hate as the reader reaches the end of the story.The suffering is horrible & the devastation of the family members left behind leaves the reader [...]

    8. I agree with the other readers who said that the filler could have been pared down in this one. A compelling story could be told without knowing about the history of every small town and knife manufacturer. That said, it was a decently written book in a genre that tends not to boast a ton of stellar writers.

    9. Yuch!Here's a dust jacket that leaves nothing out but the gory details of the murders. After reading the first chapter, the mystery is totally uncovered. Why do that? I don't get it. I stopped reading this book after finishing 10%. Then, I deleted it off my Fire. Sorry, I just couldn't be bothered. The pictures reveal that the final victimless kill this dude.

    10. Maybe a little too much background information on some of the victims but not enough about Wayne Nance himself. Sad that it took that many deaths to finally catch him! Goes to show you that you can not judge a book by its cover, he was such a nice, helpful person but oh so scary and sick!

    11. Very well researched bookThis book gives a good review of the background and thinking of a serial killer. Very good telling of a truly chilling story.

    12. Very well thought out and written. This is the best True Crime work that I have read. I found it hard to put down.

    13. Not an easy readI found the book in an email list and gave it a read. The author makes a lot of statements of fact that I incorrectly assumed he would corroborate at the end.

    14. Really goodVery good read, not for the faint of heart, very graphic! But well be a good book for true crime fans.

    15. Well written true crime book. I had never read anything about this serial killer Wayne Nance.This case was very interesting and I think you'll enjoy the book best if you begin reading and not knowing anything about it as I did. Because of this I am going to use the spoiler tags so not to spoil.(view spoiler)[ Wow. This book is about all the people that make excuses for not recognising this guy was acting weird or could be dangerous and yes it is easy taking after all has happened. The only one t [...]

    16. What A Great ReadI am fascinated by serial killers. I have read a lot of books about them. Mr. Coston did a lot of research and I really enjoyed his book.

    17. Good readingIt is hard to imagine such a depraved human being as Wayne Nance. It is hard to believe that he got away with all those murders for so long.

    18. It was a bit creepy reading about a serial killer killing in my neighborhood places, but a really good book.

    19. this book is amazing, the only part of that got me is the places i recognize in the book cause i'm local to the area this took place

    20. Decently written, very readable story. Leans heavily on the fact that this guy was more normal than anyone and nobody suspected a thing.

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