The Man with the Candy: The Story of the Houston Mass Murders

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Simon and Schuster, 1974 - Mass murder - 255 pages
A full account of the most heinous crime of the century in which nearly thirty young boys were sexually tortured to death.

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User Review  - LoveIsInTheHouse - LibraryThing

This was about Dean Corll the serial killer. I found the book hard to read at the beggining, but it picked up after Dean was killed and it told more of what actually happened. I enjoyed it from that point onward. Read full review


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Jack Olsen is the author of thirty-one books & the winner of many awards, including the Edgar & the National Headliners Awards. A former bureau chief for "Time," he has written for "Vanity Fair," "Life," "People," "Paris Match," "The New York Times," & "Reader's Digest." He lives on an island in Puget Sound with his wife & children.

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