_\[A\] rubberneck-inducing account of a horrific crime spree… a gripping chronicle of a boy gone wrong._
Why I love it
At first blush, the story of Jesse Pomeroy — Boston's youngest serial killer — is simple and straightforward. Accused of murdering two children when he was only 14, after having been released from juvenile detention for torturing several other children, his guilt is rarely in question (except by his mother). It's not a question of whodunit, it's a question of why. That is the driving ...