Comrade Chikatilo: The Psychopathology of Russia's Notorious Serial Killer
Barricade Books, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 287 pages
This book tells the inside story of the 12-year murder spree and eventual conviction of the Russian known as Citizen Ch, considered the most monstrous serial killer the world has ever known. Suspected of the sadistic sex murders of at least 52 people, Chikatilo was finally caught in 1990. This is the only book on Chikatilo to come directly out of Russia. Photographs.
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It was understood that there were no serial killers under a Communist regime. Apparently Andrei Chikatilo didn’t get the memo. That is a grave oversight considering he was a member of the Communist ... Read full review
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