Phelps, M. William

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We Thought We Knew You: A Terrifying True Story of Secrets, Betrayal, Deception, and Murder

The author’s anger at Conley’s glamorization within the true crime community is palpable. Still, though this isn’t the balanced account some might prefer, he presents the evidence competently.

Dangerous Ground: My Friendship with a Serial Killer

Recommended for listeners with an interest in serial killers.

The Killing Kind

Fans of true crime, forensics, and serial killer activities will all find something of interest here. This standard, by-the-numbers courtroom drama will pass the time sufficiently for readers who enjoy such books but will neither impress current readers of the genre, nor convert new readers to it.

Never See Them Again

Phelps clearly shows how the ugliest crimes can take place in the quietest of suburbs. An unblinking account of how four American teenagers lost their lives in the most violent way, how their families have suffered, and how an unlikely individual was responsible for causing this terrible crime.

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