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Robert A. Waters

Laura, a couple of those "worst books" were very good. "The Gainesville Ripper" was well-researched and well-written. Its subject, Danny rolling, was a vile character who was justly executed recently, but that's not the fault of the author. Also, Patricia Cornwell's "Jack the Ripper: Case Closed" was an excellent book. Agree with her or not (I don't), she presented her case in a vert compelling fashion. Her description of London during the gaslight era was mind-boggling. Maybe Corey's fans just don't like "ripper" books.

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