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This book portrayed the Iceman so clearly, some parts were hard to think about. His personality, the fear he struck in others, he comes alive in these pages. Carlo's presentation of Kuklinski uninterrupted does, however, make for nice comparative reading with the killer's wife's book, Married to the Iceman (). Start by marking “The Iceman: The True Story of a Cold-Blooded Killer” as Want to Read: A mob contract killer known as “The Iceman” for hiding a body in an ice-cream truck freezer, Richard Kuklinski boasted a personal body count of more than a hundred victims. Bruno's book on.


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This book tells the story of Richard Kuklinksi who was perhaps one of the but Richard Kuklinski (aka The Iceman) greased a hell of a lot of people, and this is a . About the Book. Richard Kuklinski, aka "the Ice Man," will go down as one of the most vicious killers in history. Responsible for well over murders, he is the. Richard Kuklinsky, son of a brutal, alcoholic father who came home only infrequently and a mother who vented her resentment on her children, grew up to be an.

In the tapes there is no dramatization, I watched the Iceman Tapes in a Forensic Psychology class and was completely enthralled with the story. In the tapes there is no dramatization, just raw facts that I think that add to the utter horror of each description as you mentally picture Kuklinski's actions.

I would recommend this book to someone that enjoys "real crime" novels, but overall save your time and let Kuklinski chill your bones in the Iceman Tapes. Jan 30, Michelle Koval-diaz rated it it was amazing.

Jan 25, Bob O'G rated it liked it. The Iceman reads much more like a crime novel than it does a work of nonfiction. The prose and dialogue is very common to that of other crime thrillers.

However, being a true story, I was impressed with how fast moving the book was. Readers expecting insight into the mind of Kuklinski, a man who claims to have murdered over one hundred people, will like The Iceman reads much more like a crime novel than it does a work of nonfiction. Readers expecting insight into the mind of Kuklinski, a man who claims to have murdered over one hundred people, will likely be disappointed.

There are some slight references to some of the murders he committed outside of the realm of Polifrone's investigation, however those references are not always grounded in proof. There is actually quite a bit of evidence that seems to show that Kuklinski made up a good deal of his notoriety simply for the sake of notoriety.

I'd recommend this book to crime enthusiasts only. I did not find The Iceman to be a gripping procedural nor did I learn enough about to Kuklinski to justify the short time spent reading it. The most disturbing sequence in the book is when Kuklinski poisons an associates hamburger with cyanide, and then he and another man watch the man writhe around on the floor in anguish while they laugh.

It was one of the only real insightful moments in the book. Kuklinski himself comes off a bit like a neanderthal. He was essentially convicted because he flapped his lips in a very careless way to a man he barely knew who happened to be an undercover agent. A mastermind, he was not. At least not in this version.

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True Crime Fans. I have seen the HBO Iceman series so was already familiar with some of this story. Anthony Bruno did a great job of taking us through Kulkinski's progression as he transformed from being a mafia hitman to someone who killed for fun, for money, to satisfy his inner rage, and to cover up his own crimes. If someone made him mad because of a comment that was made, it was more than likely that, Kulkinski would murder him.

Bruno took us through the whole story of Kulkinski's crimes and the downright weird relationship between Kulkinski and Dominick Polifrone, the undercover agent who spent over a year and a half building a case against Kulkinski. It was a well written book, about an intriguing man who had not emotional response to having done harm to so many people.

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The only time he showed any emotion was when he talked about his family. It is scary to think that this man was once out on the street walking free in the community.

It also makes you wonder how many more there are like him out there. I highly recommend this book Jul 25, Frank Schwertfeger rated it it was ok. I read the twice over the past twenty years. The first time it was ok to read, but it left a lot of questions. It does not go very deep into the case. At the end of the book I felt myself both times left with the impression, that the author just repeats what the actors of the case want to make him belief. I am of opinion that Kuklinski invented his mafia connections i.

The cases he was convicted of seem to be slutty work compared to the s I read the twice over the past twenty years. The cases he was convicted of seem to be slutty work compared to the superkiller skills you read about elsewhere in the book.

As if you read about two killers in one person the ultra-professional contract killer, who was never caught, because he was so good at what he did, and on the other side, the average, greedy killer, who kills persons so near to him that in real life it wouldn't take a Sherlock Holmes to know who the main suspect was. In summing up I'd say: A very interesting story of an NJ serial killer.

I had not ever heard of The Iceman but it was a crazy story of a very confident man who found a way to remove almost every bothersome person he came across through murder. I do recommend the book because the story itself is fascinating however, the book read a bit too much like fiction for my taste.

The issue I had is that it often didn't feel fact-based because the narrative would often describe the internal thoughts and feelings of victims when A very interesting story of an NJ serial killer. The issue I had is that it often didn't feel fact-based because the narrative would often describe the internal thoughts and feelings of victims when there is no witness to these moments.

One part in particular describes one of the victims inner thoughts while they were alone in a motel room shortly before their murder. The author took a few liberties when describing scenes such as this, which is why I had to dock it a couple of stars. A decent true crime related book. I remember watching the chilling HBO series about Richard Kuklinski where the convicted killer seemed like a monster.

This book tells the story of how law enforcement caught him with stories of his actions. Some of the stories seem likely to be somewhat speculative because they represent what Kuklinski was thinking.

Overall the writing was decent and the story was by no means boring leading to a 3 star rating. The Ice Killer movie covers the same subject. Riveting This is one heck of a good read! This is the first time I've read a book about a convicted murderer and I really enjoyed it for a change. The author obviously knows his subject and how to present it interestingly. Dec 13, Kiny rated it really liked it. My review is for the audio book. I almost thought a couple of times that I This book was poorly written.

The Iceman: The True Story of a Cold-Blooded Killer

I almost thought a couple of times that I had lost my page and I was rereading a previous chapter. Besides that, it was a very interesting book about a very ruthless killer.

I wish it was written by someone that knew what they were doing. This book could have been much better, but it was worth picking up. Great story as disturbing as it is to think it all really happened, and he lived just a few towns away. Most serial killers get sensationalized after they're caught.

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Richard needs no building up, he was pure evil from the start. A must read.

I almost thought a couple of times that I This book was poorly written. I almost thought a couple of times that I had lost my page and I was rereading a previous chapter. Besides that, it was a very interesting book about a very ruthless killer.

I wish it was written by someone that knew what they were doing. This book could have been much better, but it was worth picking up. Great story as disturbing as it is to think it all really happened, and he lived just a few towns away. Most serial killers get sensationalized after they're caught.

Richard needs no building up, he was pure evil from the start. A must read.Great read Riding the Elephant.

Aug 10, April O'Brien rated it really liked it. At the many points where a real investigative author would have gone and done some independent fact checking, this one simply repeats some earlier also unproven statement to fill more space.

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