Harold Schechter in ‘Fiend: The Shocking True Story of America’s Youngest Serial Killer’

‘Living at a time of pervasive pollution, we yearn for those delightful pre-automotive days when the air was free of car exhaust – forgetting that the streets of every major nineteenth-century city reeked of horse piss, manure, and the decomposing carcasses of worked-to-death nags.”

~ Harold Schechter in ‘Fiend: The Shocking True Story of America’s Youngest Serial Killer’



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