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Author: Dale Hudson
ISBN: 0786018615
Subcategory: Americas
Publisher Pinnacle (October 1, 2007)
Language English
Category: History
Rating: 4.9
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by Dale Hudson

True Crime Books Murder & Mayhem Books. This book is very well written although quite disturbing. The book goes into the very graphical explanation of how Holly's grandparent's were murdered.

True Crime Books Murder & Mayhem Books. All I Want To Do Is Kill (Pinnacle True Crime). I was very intrigued by this case and this book answered all my questions.

I picked my first True crime book after being a month without any. I had started to get a bit annoyed and bored by the True Crime books I had read. Especially because most TC authors do not build the suspense anymore. Wow, I am so glad I chose this book. I was lying in bed, my heart racing, so scary. This is how a good true crime book should be written. although I still think authors should not start with the murder) ;) I decided to skip the first few episodes, started with the story of the Teenagers (Chapter 10)

All I Want To Do Is Kill (Pinnacle True Crime). It was inevitable that he would kill her but nobody knows exactly how and why. The author does paint a portrait but not enough of the small tight-knit Christian community of Ringgold, Virginia

All I Want To Do Is Kill (Pinnacle True Crime). The author does paint a portrait but not enough of the small tight-knit Christian community of Ringgold, Virginia. He does detail Patty Jo's loving family that did not recognize the signs of domestic violence. Rick's past is somewhat vague. his mother is practically non-existence. I don't know much about the author's experience in Ringgold and the community or how factual about it's members.

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From a true crime readers standpoint, it's an interesting case but only about half the book is dedicated to the actual crime. 2. All I Want to Do Is Kill by Dale Hudson. For high schooler Holly Harvey, life hadn't been easy

From a true crime readers standpoint, it's an interesting case but only about half the book is dedicated to the actual crime. Terror By Night should be approached with the mindset for which it was intended: inspirational. For high schooler Holly Harvey, life hadn't been easy. Her parents had divorced when she was young and her mother had taken to hosting wild parties in their home and often exhibited lewd and dangerous behavior in front of her young, impressionable daughter but it wasn't until she went to jail on drug charges that she agreed to allow her parents to take custody of their granddaughter.

All I Want To Do Is Kill (Pinnacle True Crime), a book by Dale Hudson. True Crime Books True Story Books True Stories Books Australia Australia 2018 I Love Books Top Ten Books Cool Books Nonfiction Books.

Dale Hudson is the author of three previous true crime books, Die Grandpa, Die, Dance of Death, and An Hour to Kill.

All I Want to Do Is Kill by Dale Hudson (2007, Paperback). Pinnacle True Crime: And Never See Her Again by Patricia Springer (2005, Paperback). Б/у: 291,73 RUB. St. Martin's True Crime Library: A Wife's Revenge by Eric Francis (2005, Paperback).

When police arrested them, Holly had a to-do list written in pen on her arm: "Kill, keys, money, jewelry. The girls' lawyers battled furiously for an acquittal. Then it was up to a jury to decide: What price would they finally pay for their love, their rage - and their evil? This paperback book is in good condition with light spine creases, corner wear, and a 1 inch tear on the back cover along the spine. Includes 16 pages of photos. Other Products from omance (View All).

Lesbian lovers Holly Harvey and Sandy Ketchum, fueled by sex, drugs and obsession, swore that nothing would ever tear them apart. When Holly's grandparents wanted her to stop seeing Sandy and getting high, the pair killed the elderly couple in a frenzied attack.
I had a difficult time finishing this book, not only because of the gruesome story but because the book is very poorly written and edited. The authors choice of idioms were in such poor taste, as when he compared the state the victims were found in to "egg whites" as in stiff.

As for the story, it is a prime example of why some people should not have children- case in point- upon the conviction of Holly Harvey her mother whispered to her daughter's attorney that due to the circumstances in her life she had so little time with her daughter and was unable to give much motherly advice but now she could help- she could give her pointers about how to survive in jail. Lucky Holly. With a mom like that, she never had a chance. But it was no excuse for her to brutally murder the two people who stepped in to care for her during her mother's incarceration. I don't care what anyone says Holly Harvey is the epitome of pure evil and her prison sentence was so much less than what she deserved.
this was pretty good book. very disturbing, and so hard to believe that such young girls could do this to one of the girls family members. the pictures are especially horrific. i could barely look at them. most of the book of true crime i have read do not include pictures like this one does. okay so on to the book. it was a pretty good read and i enjoyed getting to know the two main girls in the book, threw their letters, and their experiences. although once it got into the detective parts i got confused because of so many people being introduced- but thats how it is- this is a REAL story that actually happened. at times i was just really board and wishing to get to the next interesting skimming over some lines. i gave it 3 stars because i thought it was a little confusing at times, but overall its a very good story, and a very tragic story as well. at times i forgot i was reading a true story and thought "why would the author make her do that??!" then have to remember, that this is what actually happened. this is not a book for younger people, and is VERY graphic, and detailed about the crime.
After reading another book about this crime ("If You Really Loved Me" by Kevin F. McMurray), it was refreshing to read one that had some balance to it. I was completely engrossed and felt the facts were laid out in a logical and well-researched manner (unlike McMurray's book, which has some serious inaccuracies that make me doubt the entire account). This is a horrible crime committed by two girls who somehow decided that actions don't have consequences, and all that mattered was the moment and their own desires. Teenagers can be notoriously egocentric, but this crime takes it past the extreme. Even after working with incarcerated youth for nearly ten years, I cannot believe the lengths some of them will go to in order to achieve their own desires. It's downright scary.
I love true crime novels, but holy crap is this diatribe garbage! Aweful book. I've never stopped reading a book before because it was boring, but this was utterly painful. If you want to get back at someone you hate, but them this book.
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This is a very detailed true crime drama. I enjoyed it - although very sad. I'm afraid I'm kind of hooked on these stories right now. I go through phases. I'll devour the classics, then romance novels Lol. But if you are fascinated by these kinds of true tales, I don't think you will be disappointed.
The only reason I rated this book as OK is because I have read ones worse than this. The book was to long and full of redundancy. I skipped over about a third since I don't have to be told a million times the same info. When I am forced to do this I always wonder if I missed something interesting. But who wants to hear the same thing over and over.
I was interested in this story because it happened not far from where I live, but the telling did not capture my interest or my imagination. True crime is my guilty pleasure, but I could not finish this one.
good subject matter and well investigated but poorly written; inappropriate use of adjectives, much repeating of information, back and forth between the girls' timelines leads to confusion, attempting to portray what's in the victims' minds as they fought with their assailants -- he's no Ann Rule