Cry for War, the Story of Suzan and Michael Carson

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2010 - Fiction - 494 pages
Welcome to the terrifying, tormented world of Michael and Suzan Carson, American killers who created their own brand of Islamic Jihad and roamed the California highways in the 1980s, executing "witches." At the top of their list was President Ronald Wilson Reagan who, according to their ghastly cult, bore the mark of the Beast - 666. While in prison awaiting trial for the murder of a young woman, the Carsons spilled their story to journalist Ric Reynolds, who became so involved with the killers that he feared for his own sanity. They stalked his nightmares, and he began carrying an earring of the woman they murdered as a talisman for protection. Even worse, he discovered the supposedly lucid interviews he had conducted, turned to gibberish when replayed. The San Francisco Chronicle called Cry For War "riveting" and lovers of true crime will be mesmerized. An anti-love story of two twisted souls, Cry for War is as shocking as it is entertaining.

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