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  • Badly written, but...

    A compelling read. Repetitive in chunks, with some lazy writing. For example Mr. Carlo keeps calling Kuklinski psychotic, when he means psychopathic. How much of the book is made up? Much of the book I suspect. Did Carlo make any effort to check his stories? No. Annoying from someone who does this for a living. (Well, no surprises, psychopaths are liars, and Richard K. Is no exception.) Kuklinski was as violent as he was intelligent, literally getting away with murder for years. He kills with about as much thought as a normal person would give to making a cup of tea, and he really took pleasure in his work. Kuklinski was evil, and a sadist, but abided by his own moral code -- never killing women or children, and saving his best for rapists and paedophiles. He blames, as does the author, his behaviour on his childhood abuse, but never admits that the job was well-paid, and suited his tastes better than a minimum wage job which was all he was qualified for.

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