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All I Want To Do Is Kill ➜ [Epub] ❧ All I Want To Do Is Kill By Dale Hudson ➦ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Teenage Lesbian LoversHolly Harvey was a Barbie doll beauty Sandy Ketchum a dark, troubled soul Fueled by sex, drugs, and obsession, they swore that nothing would ever tear them apart Even if it meant Want To PDF É Teenage Lesbian LoversHolly Harvey was a Barbie doll beauty Sandy Ketchum a dark, troubled soul Fueled by sex, drugs, and All I ePUB í obsession, they swore that nothing would ever tear them apart Even if it meant killing anyone who got in their wayWith I Want To PDF Ë A Shopping ListA good and decent couple, Holly Harvey s grandparents Carl and Sarah Collier wanted Holly to stop getting high and seeing Sandy When the teenagers struck, it was with a depraved savagery few investigators had ever seen before Dozens of deep, bloody stab wounds were found on each body The Colliers fought for their lives but never had a chance against their granddaughter s rageFor MurderSoaked in blood, Holly and Sandy took off in the Colliers truck 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.


10 thoughts on “All I Want To Do Is Kill

  1. J.H. Moncrieff J.H. Moncrieff says:

    Interesting book until the last quarterthen it got bogged down with trial stuff and legal wrangling and I lost interest I don t know why Goodreads says this book is just over 300 pages my version was over 460 Seemed a bit long for a true crime about one double murder, as horrific as that murder was.While this was mostly well written, the purple prose could get over the top and the descriptions of the murders and subsequent injuries were so detailed they seemed gratuitous at times not what Interesting book until the last quarterthen it got bogged down with trial stuff and legal wrangling and I lost interest I don t know why Goodreads says this book is just over 300 pages my version was over 460 Seemed a bit long for a true crime about one double murder, as horrific as that murder was.While this was mostly well written, the purple prose could get over the top and the descriptions of the murders and subsequent injuries were so detailed they seemed gratuitous at times not what I m used to from true crime


  2. ♥ Marlene♥ ♥ Marlene♥ says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here on Sunday, May 18, 2008 I wrote about this book 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 any.Wow, I am so glad I chose this book.What a great read 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 on Sunday, May 18, 2008 I wrote about this book 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 any.Wow, I am so glad I chose this book.What a great read 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 Once I was where everything had happened, then I went back to read the first 9 chaptersThat is the best way to read this book.Well I finished it last night May 18 2008 I felt a bit sad cause what to read now and it was such a well written book and an interesting case, but glad that thanks to this book I remember again why I love to read true crime.TC was the reason I started to read English books.Last night I ordered 3 TC books online.This book is shocking.SPOILER Still wonder about Sandy though I am a bit surprised how much influence one police cop has on the future of one of the girls It seemed to me he hated Holly and I did not like how he blamed it all to her and not to Sandy.Don t think Sandy was that innocent to be honest I wish that Survivor judge Pascal English was her judge to Another thing I noticed was that Holly took the deal especially cause she did not want anyone to see the crime pictures Not the public and specially not her family.Well the author showed the crime pics to everyone to see I would give this book a 10 if not for the spoilers in the first few chapters so i give it a 9.5


  3. Tracy Tracy says:

    The books starts out with a fascinating description of the friend calling the police and them checking to see if the grandparents are dead Then the author moves back to cover the background of why Holly Harvey was living with her grandparents While the book was good but it was verbose in some areas I found some parts didn t really add to the story in any way For example, the author described an interview on the news that didn t add anyinformation about the crime, the murderers or the f The books starts out with a fascinating description of the friend calling the police and them checking to see if the grandparents are dead Then the author moves back to cover the background of why Holly Harvey was living with her grandparents While the book was good but it was verbose in some areas I found some parts didn t really add to the story in any way For example, the author described an interview on the news that didn t add anyinformation about the crime, the murderers or the family members of the victim and killer My favorite part was where the judge was questioning Holly about what she and did and why I find myself wondering how any one could plan to kill someone and carry it out It was also interesting to see how the different viewpoints were different Holly told one story, while Sandy Ketchum told a different version of what happened There was also the people who said that she wouldn t do that Even though both teens had trouble in the past, no one seemed to predict this even though there was some hints before the homicide took place


  4. Izabela Izabela says:

    The details in this are excellent, though tend to become a bit too subjective for a true crime book The language also sometimes leans toward a crime book written long before this one was, with cliches used by a generation much older than the one written about Despite the sometimes odd structure of the syntax, this was one interesting and informative read.


  5. Melanie Melanie says:

    2.5 3 stars This book is about twice as long as it should be So many repetitive phrases and situations that are extremely annoying The entirety of part 1 felt extremely unnecessary as the crime is fully played out in another part and I seriously doubt anyone who chooses to read a true crime book needs to be told that a detective s job is stressful or that a crime scene investigators job is crucial in getting a conviction Oh and omg the horribly cheesy and inappropriate idioms metaphors that 2.5 3 stars This book is about twice as long as it should be So many repetitive phrases and situations that are extremely annoying The entirety of part 1 felt extremely unnecessary as the crime is fully played out in another part and I seriously doubt anyone who chooses to read a true crime book needs to be told that a detective s job is stressful or that a crime scene investigators job is crucial in getting a conviction Oh and omg the horribly cheesy and inappropriate idioms metaphors that really take you out of the true crime mindset and distract from the story Literally the author used the word boobies and then called them milk manufacturing machines, in the middle of a book about teen killers The story is compelling and the girls back stories are interesting but the rest of the book wasn t great I found out there are other books about this crime and I wish I had tried one of them instead because I feel like this could ve been a great story


  6. Coffeesaddict Coffeesaddict says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here It s an ok read It can get a bit repetitive with it s details at points and some chapters could have been combined ex the murder itself stretches across 4 chapters with no real reason to break them up Both of these factors can make the book feel padded at times The narrative may have benefited from moving on alinear timeline instead of starting with the police investigation then jumping right back to the crime So much emphasis is placed on how the girls were raised and how it played It s an ok read It can get a bit repetitive with it s details at points and some chapters could have been combined ex the murder itself stretches across 4 chapters with no real reason to break them up Both of these factors can make the book feel padded at times The narrative may have benefited from moving on alinear timeline instead of starting with the police investigation then jumping right back to the crime So much emphasis is placed on how the girls were raised and how it played a role in their desicion making later on It would have been ainteresting way to start instead of police procedure


  7. Mary Jo Mary Jo says:

    This book was hard to read The writing was terrible, and it seemed like the writer leaned toward a sympathetic view of the two asshole teenagers who killed two innocent people I finished it because I feel compelled to finish a book if I have started it The author repeats himself endlessly, like he forgets he already wrote about something I was left with the impression that both of these girls are just wastes of flesh, and so are pretty much everyone involved in their lives.


  8. Koren Koren says:

    This was a very well written true crime book in my opinion At 577 pages I thought it was going to be overly detailed with a long drawn out court room scene, but it wasn t It held my interest from beginning to end.


  9. Chelsea McWhirk Chelsea McWhirk says:

    This book is based on a true story Its about 2 young teenage girls, Holly and Sandy, who fall in love with sex, drugs, alcohol, and eachother They ll do anything to be with eachother and anyone who gets in their way will pay the price As the girls getandoff the wrong track in life, Holly s grandparents ask that she and Sandy stop seeing eachother and getting high together Holly doesn t appreciate being told she can t see the love of her life, and all hell breaks loose Holly goes This book is based on a true story Its about 2 young teenage girls, Holly and Sandy, who fall in love with sex, drugs, alcohol, and eachother They ll do anything to be with eachother and anyone who gets in their way will pay the price As the girls getandoff the wrong track in life, Holly s grandparents ask that she and Sandy stop seeing eachother and getting high together Holly doesn t appreciate being told she can t see the love of her life, and all hell breaks loose Holly goes on a dark and frightening rampage and she and Sandy kill her grandparents They run off to Florida and hide out for a few days, until they get caught and arrested The girls were both sentenced to a minimum of 10 years each I read this book twice, it was so good I really liked that the novel was filled with detail and direct quotes from officers and family members involved The novel also included pictures from the actual crime scene which caught my eye and made me imagine the scenerealisticly


  10. Robyn Dones Robyn Dones says:

    Read in 2009


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