Kids Who Kill: Case 4: Sandy Charles

Kids Who Kill: Case 4: Sandy Charles

This story contains grisly and gruesome details of a child murder that some readers may find disturbing.

A child has been murdered and horribly mutilated in Canada; skin stripped to render the fat for later consumption.

Rumors spread of a monster on the loose, satanic cults, and ritual killings. It is a murder so grotesque people are kept in the dark by police authorities fearing they are not ready to hear the details. The killing is so horrific even the media is kept away for fear of creating a frenzy.

They may be monsters, but the community is unprepared when killer-kids, 14-year-old Sandy Charles and his 7-year-old accomplice, William Martin, are connected to the crime. Names that forevermore will conjure up images of abject depravity and the embodiment of pure evil.

As the layers to teen-killer Sandy Charles are revealed, it becomes chillingly obvious the youngster is dealing with some serious issues that may never be fixed.

If you enjoy Ann Rule's true crime books, you will enjoy these, by bestselling author, Kathryn McMaster.

Title:Kids Who Kill: Case 4: Sandy Charles
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    Kids Who Kill: Case 4: Sandy Charles Reviews

  • Colin Garrow

    When a child is murdered and horribly mutilated in the small community of La Ronge, Saskatchewan, rumours of ritual killings and satanic cults quickly spread among the townsfolk, not helped by the slo...

  • Caroline Vincent

    Cold shivers down my spine, my mind in an uproar after having found myself exploring the mental state of child killer Sandy Charles. A horrific, unspeakable crime has been committed within the mining ...

  • Fishface

    An interesting, but frustrating, readThis is the only treatment I have ever seen of the life and crime of Sandy Charles and I bought it eagerly. Just about all the information in here was new to me. T...

  • C.A. Asbrey

    Another triumph by Kathryn McMaster. She doesn't shy away from difficult subject matter and this book must have been difficult to work on. The Sandy Charles case leaves us wondering whether monsters a...

  • Helen

    I've read all the books in this series by Kathryn McMaster, and this is the grittiest so far. Once again, the author relates the facts in her unique, neutral way, showing the reader how the legal proc...

  • Lindsay

    Wow what can I say. What a horrific and senseless killing made all the more disgusting by the fact the crime was committed by children. Regardless of the motives or the home life these two children sa...

  • Lora Graham

    Despite a number of interesting, or downright insane, statements and facts, this story was just not as interesting as Books 1-2 of the series, not even Book 3. Even though it's in the same format, the...

  • Robin Morgan

    I read this book via an Amazon KINDLE Unlimited [KU] download.When I began reading this True Crime series of books by Kathryn McMaster regarding kids who actually kill other children, I became not onl...

  • Deirdre

    How Canada's Justice System Deals with a Teen MurdererInteresting history of the Cree Indigenous / Aboriginal people of Northern Canada and how the industrial revolution interrupted their way of life....

  • Audrey

    Murder is always shocking. A murder committed by a young person even more so. But when a 14-year-old boy and his seven-year-old accomplice are charged with the murder of another minor, it raises all m...