50-year-old manuscript released to the public for the first time, sheds new light on the infamous "Pied Piper of Tucson" murders.
In this firsthand account written in 1967, author Richard Bruns shares the evolution of his friendship with serial killer Charles Schmid, the details of getting involved way in over his head, and how he finally summoned the courage to blow the whistle to end the deadly rampage that shocked the nation and changed the city of Tucson forever.
Including never before seen police photos, and an insider's view into the scenes and events, this book offers a unique glimpse into the mind of a serial killer.
Here's what others are already saying about "I, a Squealer":
"Riveting and unique because it is told from the inside out. Bruns' writing comes from the abyss found in a hard life lived well. Exceptionally well-written and highly recommended! Read it!" -Det. Steve Hodel, New York Times bestselling author of "Black Dahlia Avenger"
"Everything about 'I, a Squealer' is unique, from its disturbing theme to the staccato, first-person narration. My best advice is to read it with the lights on." -Jeff Guinn, author of the best-selling "Manson"
"I have never read a story quite like 'I, a Squealer.' A powerful and intimate exploration of one man's moral dilemma."
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