In Cold Blood
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Release date: 1 February 1994
ISBN-10 : 0679745580 | ISBN-13: 9780679745587
"Written by: Truman Capote Cover by: S. Neil Fujita Published: 1966 Publisher: Random House Number of pages: 343 “As long as you live, there's always something waiting; and even if it's bad, and you know it's bad, what can you do? You can't stop living.”"
"You can read it to witness the beginnings of New Journalism, or because it's arguably Capote's finest work, or because it's illuminating about human depravity. But I like to read it for the chilling bit when Capote notices the different types of handwriting in Nancy Clutter's diary and imagines her trying on selves, wondering: "Is this Nancy?""
"What is is about? It details the 1959 murders by Richard Eugene "Dick" Hickock and Perry Edward Smith of four members of the Herbert Clutter family in the small farming community of Holcomb, Kansas. Personal note: Since I kept hearing some really good things about this flick, I was really eager to check it and I was definitely not disappointed at all. Indeed, it was a fascinating thriller, probably the best thriller I have ever read. Quote: "Deal me out, baby,’ Dick said. ‘I’m a normal."
" book: HV6533.K3 C3 2012"