Product Description Review “One of the best books of the year.” (Boston Globe) “Fascinating.” (The New Yorker) “Join[s] Truman Capote’s classic In Cold Blood as one of the standards in crime writing.” (Boston Globe) “A harrowing account...[that] reveals two of the more chilling characters in recent nonfiction.” (Washington Post Book World) “Irresistible...It pulls you in.” (Hartford Courant) “Spellbinding ... [reveals] the story behind the headlines....Multifaceted and richly believable.” (Denver Post) “A tour de force of reporting...a gripping narrative.” (Worcester Telegram and Gazette) “A suspenseful and chilling story.” (Ft. Pierce (FL) Tribune) “Similar to ... In Cold Blood ... a nuanced portrait of a serial killer as a young man.” (Maxim) “A sensational news story....irresistably absorbing.” (Publishers Weekly) “A sorrowful tale of teenagers drawn to murder artfully structured....the crime seems at once unspeakable and inescapable.” (Kirkus Reviews) “A chilling and revealing look at a crime that fueled concerns about adolescents and violence in a post-Columbine environment.” (Booklist) “A chilling story of toxic friendship and psychopathic amorality.” (Library Journal) About the Author As a reporter for nearly two decades for the Boston Globe Dick Lehr won numerous journalism awards and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. A professor of journalism at Boston University he is coauthor of the Edgar Award-winning Black Mass the Edgar Award finalist Judgment Ridge and The Underboss . He lives near Boston with his wife and four children. Mitchell Zuckoff is a professor of journalism at Boston University and the author of five previous books including the New York Times bestseller Lost in Shangri-La which won the Winship/PEN Award for Nonfiction. As a reporter for the Boston Globe he was a Pulitzer Prize finalist and won the Distinguished Writing Award from the American Society of Newspaper Editors. He lives in Newton Massachusetts.
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