Invisible Killer: The Monster Behind the Mask #2020

Invisible Killer: The Monster Behind the Mask Diana Montané Sean Robbins Invisible Killer The Monster Behind the Mask When detectives respond to a crime scene in Orlando Florida during the summer of hurricanes in they find Charlie Brandt hanging from the rafters in the garage of his niece Michelle Jones home

  • Title: Invisible Killer: The Monster Behind the Mask
  • Author: Diana Montané Sean Robbins
  • ISBN: 9780988860513
  • Page: 222
  • Format: Paperback
  • Invisible Killer: The Monster Behind the Mask Diana Montané Sean Robbins When detectives respond to a crime scene in Orlando, Florida, during the summer of hurricanes in 2004, they find Charlie Brandt hanging from the rafters in the garage of his niece, Michelle Jones home Inside the house, they find a scene of horror that reminds them of other murders In 1978, 13 year old Carol Lynn Sullivan s head was found inside a rusty paint can in OsWhen detectives respond to a crime scene in Orlando, Florida, during the summer of hurricanes in 2004, they find Charlie Brandt hanging from the rafters in the garage of his niece, Michelle Jones home Inside the house, they find a scene of horror that reminds them of other murders In 1978, 13 year old Carol Lynn Sullivan s head was found inside a rusty paint can in Osteen, Florida her body was never found Homeless transient Sherry Perisho was murdered in 1989, after moving to Florida from Illinois Finally, in 1995, Miami prostitute Darlene Toler was deposited on the side of the road, wrapped up like a package Perisho and Toler had their hearts removed all three had been decapitated and all three are believed by investigators to have been the prior victims of Charlie Brandt Invisible Killer is the true story of crimes committed by Brandt with insight from an FBI profiler and forensic psychologist, victim s friends and relatives, and the unique writings from victims themselves before their deaths.
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    1. This is quite honestly the worst book I have ever read The writing is on maybe a third grade level and clearly the publisher is unfamiliar with the concept of proof reading Many sentences are missing essential words that render many incomprehensible No insight whatsoever is gleaned and there is a dearth of genuine evidence Basically this is all speculation The hyperbole is atrocious and the authors prejudices distort almost every chapter The book is deeply unorganised and the sources cited are p [...]

    2. I am just so disgusted with the people who knew Charlie had attacked his own family and never thought to tell Terry his then girlfriend before she became his wife Maybe her death and others could of been prevented He tried killing his own father and sister and none of them could warn her they were victims themselves but could of prevented victims Even Terry and his close friend thought he was responsible for some of the murders on women that were occuring they should of said something.

    3. The first few chapters were just full of pointless metaphors one cliche phrase after another Quite possibly one of the worst true crime books I ve ever read So much so, I finally had to give up reading 95 pages in.

    4. This is another terribly written true crime story There are way too many quotes from people and books that aren t necessary There is an autopsy report that doesn t really matter even though it was for one of the victims I m not a desensitized person, and this stuff completely freaks me out, but when it s poorly written, it doesn t do justice for the victims This is a horrible story, made even horrible by how badly it s written.

    5. this was the worst written book I have ever read Two authors who apparently never read what the other was writing Interesting topic Terribly written

    6. I read this book in spite of the writing quality, not because of it I found the writing pretty clumsy and purple, but the story was written from an unusual perspective and the case itself was pretty unusual I was thrown throughout this book by the author s odd statements For instance, he said again and again that a certain 13 year old girl was probably his subject s first killing even though he d been crystal clear that the first killing had been committed years earlier and the whole world knew [...]

    7. A solidly written and researched book on the crimes of little known serial killer Charlie Brandt The book features full autopsy reports and police records It also goes into detail on the lives of his victims which gives them humanity and a final voice I really like how deep this went including the look into psychology and pathology of what makes someone evil There is a one chapter diversion into the paranormal and a seance that disrupted the flow a bit for me but all in all i recommend this.

    8. It took me so long to read this book because I feel it was all over the place, just a conjunction of information related to this guy I t really turned boring in some parts of the book It started out by telling his story, his life according to specific events and people close to him Afterwards it was just like the book had to be 300 pages long and the narration of his story only covers 85 So, they filled the pages out just by adding police reports that MIGHT COULD POSSIBLY be related to him I thi [...]

    9. An eerie toned true story about Florida killer Charlie Brandt and his crimes, taking place in Florida and the Florida Keys during the Year of the Hurricanes It was a time when the state was hit with several bad hurricanes, when I moved from central FL to North Georgia, hoping to put that kind of storm threat behind me for good After several different murders happen separately in South Florida, Brandt and his wife left the Keys for central Florida to stay with his wife s sister to ride out anothe [...]

    10. This story fascinated me I saw it first on tv and ordered the book right away While many readers complained about horrible spelling and grammar, I didn t find that many errors It certainly didn t take away anything from this horrible crime Charlie shot and killed his mother when he was 13, and shot his father, but he survived He went on to kill his wife and niece in a horrible manner Very interesting story.

    11. Interesting story but oh, the typos Sometimes I couldn t understand what was being said It wasn t misspelled words as much us it was words turned around or missing so you couldn t understand the sentence It didn t happen very often but still was maddening But the story was interesting This guy did terrible things to people It is hard to imagine how someone could do the things he did I didn t quite understand why the title is The Invisible Killer It makes it sound like he is a ghost.

    12. Very interesting topic I didn t find much issues with the grammar or understanding the book Some of the people I knew so the story was interesting to me but honestly, it creeped me out to know that something like this could happen so close to home I couldn t finish reading it because it scared me so much I would recommend it.

    13. Do not read this book unless you want to know what the worst True Crime book Coble has EVER read looks like I ve read rough drafts by seventh graders that are better than this The writing is florid and sloppy There can t have been a sober proofreader with all the missing words and typos and general strangeness Dreadful.

    14. I really want to read this book I would of told the lady Terry about him The family and friends of Terry, I m so very sorry about your loss I sow on Dr Phil about this story And I want to know what they say in the book about him and what really happened to Terry and the family and friends of her

    15. This book didn t get that many good reviews, and all I can say is for me, it was a pretty good true crime book The story of Charlie Brandt was a scary one I think the author did a good job of conveying that creepiness.

    16. Sad Story Sad Story What a sad story The book isn t terrible, but it isn t terribly well written either Many redundancies Edited poorly Rambling Thanks to the authors for their efforts though.

    17. I seriously just can t even with this book I am a lover of true crime novels, so in spite of all the horrible reviews, i figured i would give it a go Worst Mistake Ever This book is so absurdly poorly written i don t even know where to begin Do yourself a favor and don t read the book.

    18. Possibly the most poorly written book I ve read Subject matter was gruesome, but interesting however it was nearly impossible to follow the sequence of events and to sort out the characters.

    19. Discrepancies galore Jumbled timeline Too little information Speculation Too much possible information not included Repetitive.

    20. DisappointedThe book is confusing, repetitive, and boring Forget about reading this and just watch the 48hrs show about the case

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