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Deadly Darlings: The Horrifying True Accounts of Children Turned Into Murderers - Murder and Mayhem #2 - cover

Deadly Darlings: The Horrifying True Accounts of Children Turned Into Murderers - Murder and Mayhem #2

William Webb

Publisher: Absolute Crime

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★★★  The scariest children you'll ever meet  ★★★ 
  
If you've ever thought your child was bad, then you haven't seen anything yet! In the pages that follow, you are about to meet some of the most vicious children who ever lived. 
  
The kids in this book are as young as ten-years-old and they are ruthless. The nice ones killed in cold blood—but many of these kids weren't nice…they wanted their victims to suffer. 
  
Some were turned killers by their brutal home environments; others were just inherently evil. They were all deadly darlings you'd never want to meet on the street.

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