Defending a Monster – John Wayne Gacy

For the first time, Gacy’s lawyer and confidant tells his chilling tale of how he defended an American serial killer. 

“Sam, could you do me a favor”

So it begins a story that has now become part of America’s true crime hall of fame. It is a gory, grotesque tale befitting a Stephen King novel. It is also a David and Goliath saga – the story of a young lawyer fresh from the public defender’s office whose first client in private practice turns out to be the worst serial killer in our nation’s history. It is a thrilling courtroom drama in which Grisham, Turow or Martini would take great pride in.



Reviews

True Crime Book Reviews by Kim Cantrell, August 5th, 2011. - " I actually do recommend John Wayne Gacy: Defending the Monster. It’s well written, offers a secondary point of view, disclosures information that would not otherwise be known, and offers an insider view to the (sometimes) questionable job of being a defense attorney in America."

True Crime Book Reviews by Kim Cantrell, August 5th, 2011. - " I actually do recommend John Wayne Gacy: Defending the Monster. It’s well written, offers a secondary point of view, disclosures information that would not otherwise be known, and offers an insider view to the (sometimes) questionable job of being a defense attorney in America."

True Crime Book Reviews by Kim Cantrell, August 5th, 2011. - " I actually do recommend John Wayne Gacy: Defending the Monster. It’s well written, offers a secondary point of view, disclosures information that would not otherwise be known, and offers an insider view to the (sometimes) questionable job of being a defense attorney in America."

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About the Authors

Sam L. Amirante
Sam L. Amirante
Danny Broderick
Danny Broderick

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