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Mellor has just begun to scratch at the surface of a story that has far too long remained in the shadows. (The Chronicle-Journal 2012-03-25)
Lee Mellor was born in Chester, England, and immigrated to Canada as a child. He is a noted singer/songwriter and has a B.A. in history from Concordia University, where his studies focused on symbolic corpse desecration in the Middle Ages, Victorian penny dreadfuls, and ritualistic murder in India. Mellor contributes regularly to www.unsolvedcanada.ca, the most popular Internet forum for crime in Canada. He lives in Brighton, Ontario.
Poorly written .It reads like a dry listing .Did not ho;d my interest.I did not finish reading it.Save your money-don't buy ir.Published 16 months ago by jean murphy
this is a good book for people who want to learn the names of Canadian serial killers and read a brief description of them and their crimes, however, this book does not go into a... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Matthew Grace
This book starts at "interesting" and ends with "stomach lurching." I love how it covers so much of a history, diversity, and the detailing of serial murder in Canada and the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
Gives one an insight as to how twisted some people can get over time if not rehabilitated early on in their formitive years.Published 17 months ago by ggalam
Poorly written, apparently not edited AT ALL. Even books that are fairly inexpensive on Amazon deserve a decent editor. Pick me!Published 21 months ago by Sue Carson
PERUSED A FEW CHAPTERS IN THE BOOK AS IKNEW OF MOST OF THE CASES BEING IN THE NEWSPAPER BUSINESS FOR MOST OF THE LAST 58 YRS SHOULD BE SOME INTERESTING READING WHEN IGET AROUND TO... Read morePublished 23 months ago by blues bro#9
I like this sort of genre so this was a fun read... made camping up north a bit scary too!Published 24 months ago by Lynda Gernon