Most people consider spree crimes to be gun related. A loner, armed to the teeth with weapons and ammo taking out their rage on everyone and anyone unlucky enough to cross their paths on that particular bad day. While this is true in some spree killing cases, the how, when, where and why can differ greatly in the majority of these types of crime.
This book covers a wide range of spree cimes. Bombings, train derailments, arson attacks and stabbings, plus people who used vehicles to get the job done included crashing airliners and driving cars and trucks into crowded places. The perpetrators of each crime range in age, race, beliefs and country of origin. Each are given a brief yet informative biography before the details of their sprees are described. Possible motives for their crimes are also documented here. With transcripts from family members, police reports and sometimes suicide notes and reasonings from the criminal themselves.
This is a good book for those who may want to study a broad range of spree killings or for those people, like me, who are just interested in true crime. The only real thing that lets this book down is some grammatical and spelling errors within the text of the book which may make quoting or transcribing the book for study purposes a bit troublesome.