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Thomas Quick: The Making of a Serial Killer
Thomas Quick confessed to 30 murders, making him Sweden's
most prolific serial killer. Then, after years of silence, he recanted.
Investigative journalist Hannes Råstam—who
died before his manuscript was published—expertly peels back the
layers of Quick's alleged misdeeds, uncovering multiple logistical errors and
highlighting not only the international obsession with serial killers but also
the troubling recurrence of false confessions.
— Jordan Foster