Witch: The True Story of Las Vegas' Most Notorious Female Killer

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Penguin, Dec 6, 2005 - True Crime - 344 pages
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Drawing on extensive interviews with the accused herself, here is the sordid, twisted, and surprising story of Brookey Lee West--a successful technical writer from Silicon Valley who went on a twenty year crime and killing spree.



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User Review  - Natalie220 - LibraryThing

The story of a woman serial killer in Nevada. She practices witchcraft and goes as far as killing her own mother and her Native-American lover. Be prepared to see awful images of her mother stuffed in a trash can. True-Crime book. First and last True Crime book I ever read too graphic for me. Read full review

Which way to the trrash bin is more like it.

User Review  - kwainscott - Overstock.com

What could have been an interesting journey into the mind and background of coldhearted serial killer was a dull dry repetition of interview notes and police reports. This book was so bad it would be cruel to donate it anywhere. Its in the recycle bin where at least the paper can redeem itself. Read full review


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Glenn Puit is an award-winning journalist and investigative reporter for the Las Vegas Review-Journal. A native of New York, he lives in Vegas with his wife, Tina, and their two sons Garrison and Glenn Jr. He has spent his entire career writing about the criminal justice system.

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