Distilled from hundreds of hours of interviews, Manson's story reveals an enormous amount of new information about his life and how it led to the 1969 Tate-LaBianca murders, and provides grim insight into the making of a criminal mind. 16 pages of photos.
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The shocking confessions of the most dangerous man alive.” Rolling Stone
Compelling and chilling.” Baltimore Evening Sun
I couldn’t put it down.” Liz Smith
Disturbingly hypnotic.” Vogue
Compulsively readable. . . . Manson can’t ever succeed in being paroled out of that cell, not as long as people with any sense at all can read this book.” William S. Burroughs
A glimpse of part of the American experience that is rarely described from the inside. . . . It compels both interest and horror.” The Washington Post
Gives us a portrait close to the truth.” The New York Times Book Review
The book finally diminishes the Manson mystique. For that, credit goes to the co-author Nuel Emmons, [who] gives Manson room to reveal himself without voodoo hype. The result is an explanation of Manson’s crimes that, for the first time, feels convincing.” San Francisco Bay Guardian
Provides a fascinating glimpse into the mind of a truly dangerous human being.” Los Angeles Herald Examiner
Reads like a sordid but often gripping picaresque novel.” Louisville Courier-Journal
These words’ are the essence behind the horror of the tragedy: cold, calculated, hard facts told exactly the way it was from the beginning. . . . Effectively captures the disturbed mind of Manson and gives us a better understanding of the complexity of a violent criminal.” Rave Reviews
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