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Old 10-03-2022, 11:24 AM   #3316
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Picked up Act III of Audible's production of The Sandman. Love the books, really enjoyed the Netflix series, and these full-cast adaptations are just stellar.
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I liked both the Levin and Baatz books a lot; I read both which was probably for the good. Levin based on your comment above and it helped with Baatz because of skimming the duller bits. I’ll be curious to hear what you think of the Greg King book as I think he’s a dreadful hack.
I've never read King before; I have his Sharon Tate and the Manson Murders on my library wish list, though. I'm in the final stretch of the Leopold-Loeb book and I like it. Perhaps reading it right after Baatz has helped.

I have had a terrible time keeping Leopold and Loeb straight in both nonfiction accounts--I think of them as their Compulsion fictional counterparts. (Is that Artie? Or is that Judd?)

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I don’t feel as if I need to reread Goodbar but I’m going to give Closing Time a shot; thanks for that.
I picked up Closing Time during the recent Audible sale, then I happily discovered that my library has Looking for Mr. Goodbar, so I can't resist reading them in tandem.
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