Killer Twins

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2010 - True Crime - 340 pages
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They Looked Alike......

Robert Bruce Spahalski and Stephen Spahalski were identical twins. Same hair, same eyes, same thirst for blood. Stephen was the first brother to kill - by viciously bashing in storeowner Ronald Ripley's head with a hammer.

Acted Alike......

Unlike Stephen, Robert didn't stop with just one victim. With the cord of an iron, Robert strangled prostitute Morraine Armstrong while having sex. With his bare hands, he choked his girlfriend Adrian Berger. He brutally bludgeoned to death businessman Charles Grande. Even his friend Vivian Irizarry didn't escape his lurid killing spree. Robert ultimately confessed to the four murders in vivid detail. But police suspected there were many more.

And Slaughtered Alike......

The twins' twisted story became even more bizarre as the true nature of their sick psyches came to light. In these pages, Robert Spahalski reveals for the first time the horrific details of his life and crimes in a disturbing look at the inner workings of a homicidal mind...

Includes 16 Pages of Shocking Photos

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Michael Benson is no Ann Rule. An interesting enough story, but could have been half the length if irrelevant information and redundant filler had been taken out. Read full review

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User Review  - Jacky Mac - Goodreads

This book is a scary look into the mind of a serial killer/crack addict. It describes how the drugs went hand in hand with murder for this serial killer and how he lost control. Serial killers will ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Simon Schamais University Professor of Art History and History at Columbia University and the prize-winning author of seventeen books, including The Embarrassment of Riches, Citizens, Landscape and Memory, Rembrandt's Eyes, the History of Britaintrilogy and The Story of the Jews. He is a contributing editor of the Financial Timesand his award-winning television work as writer and presenter for the BBC includes the fifteen-part A History of Britainand the eight-part, Emmy-winning Power of Art.

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