Book Review: Ted Bundy: The Only Living Witnessby Stephen G. Michaud and Hugh Aynesworth

Genre: Biographies and memoirs, True Crime

Publisher: Mirror Books

Pub date: 15 August 2019

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A truly fascinating insight in to the mind and crimes of notorious Ted Bundy.

Bundy never properly confessed instead he ‘speculated’ in third person during countless of interviews with Michaud and Aynesworth.

The final number of victims given by Bundy was 30.

Bundy was known for his charismatic personality but what kind of person was he really? Although attorneys attempted to have him plead insanity Bundy maintained he was sane. It is believed he suffered with Bipolar disorder. This book is one of the best true crime books I’ve ever read. There are interviews not only with Bundy but others involved in his crimes and eventual execution.

Highly recommend this for anyone with an interest in true crime.

Thank you to Mirror Books and NetGalley for the review copy.

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