A New Kind of Monster: The Secret Life and Chilling Crimes of Colonel Russell Williams Hardcover – Apr 1 2011
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“Carefully written with heart and respect.”
— The Canadian Journalism Project
“This book is a solid piece of journalism that meticulously records what is known about the murderous life of Russell Williams. . . . Its many insights into this rapist, fetishist and killer are frequently illuminating; and, given the unlikelihood that further information will become available, the book will probably remain the source on this bizarre case. . . . Appleby is an experienced and respected reporter. . . . Appleby provides us with a sound and reliable account of how Williams devastated so many lives.”
— The Globe and Mail
“Appleby marshals a convincing case––and the thesis certainly makes for a compelling book.”
— Christie Blatchford, The Globe and Mail
About the Author
Timothy Appleby is a longtime crime reporter and foreign correspondent for the Globe and Mail.
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After reading the book I have serious doubts whether the author, Timothy Appleby has any of his own confidential human sources as all of the information that is said to have been relayed from said sources or leaked has already been available to the general public for quite some time. However, being a resident of Ontario involved with the law enforcement community I found the book to be an engaging quick read and I recommend it to anyone with an interest in true crime.
The detail of the murders and the attacks on the women are chilling.
Well worth the read.
Not only does this book put together all the events that lead up to Colonel Russell Williams downfall, it adds several items not published. It also makes an attempt at explaining how unique this case is and why it happened. This book is a keeper that people will read fifty years from now.
One of the best books I have ever read.
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An excellent writing approach to an horrific crime. I appreciated the lack of focus on the gory details; it was respectful of the victims. Read morePublished 11 months ago by H. Prince
Very well written. Not sensational. Very well researched. amazing story.Published 14 months ago by kirsten noel
Well researched, thoughtful analysis of this terrible crime. Interesting psychological analysis of Williams and the reasons these crimes took place so unusually late in life.Published 16 months ago by Jane
A very sick man and a book not easy to put down, very interesting to read and hard to stomach also...Published 20 months ago by Chief Poison Feather
Gives a clearer picture of just how cunning this mad man was, left a lot of questions un answered. Ie., did he kill in others locations throughout the world .Published on July 8 2014 by Cec