Practically Perfect

      Dale Brawn

Practically Perfect

A man murders the first four infants he fathers with his lover, but is caught when he attempts to dispatch the fifth.A woman laces her husband’s food with poison, only to be found out when a priest recalls that someone else in the town died in the same manner. A man commits murder and cuts up the body of his victim into little pieces. He gets away with the crime, but is caught when he slaughters another neighbour six years later. Practically Perfect details the crimes of killers who very nearly got away with seemingly perfect murders. Each case includes specific details about the planning of the murder,the events leading up to the discovery of the criminal,the outcome of the trial, and the sentence — most often a date with the executioner.
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