Final truth: the autobiography of mass murderer/serial killer Donald "Pee Wee" Gaskins

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Adept, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 230 pages
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Author-journalist, Wilton Earle spent 15 months listening to Gaskins horrific confessions and here reveals sight into a killer's tortured mind. This graphic account is not recommended for young readers. but should be required reading for all law enforcement personnel, attorneys, sociologists, physchiatrists, psychologists, and anyone in the forensic field.

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Having grown up in the area I can remember my Dad and others speaking about Pee Wee and the things he'd done. I didn't get a copy of this book until I was in my late 30's and I can tell you this is one book I couldn't put down. Be prepared, you better read it quick because everyone you tell about it will want to borrow it. 

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User Review  - Meledy Swayze - Goodreads

There were times that I wanted to put it down, but I kept in mind that this was a true account from a serial killer, and I was interested in hearing what he had to say. I'd read alot of true crime ... Read full review


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