Karla: A Pact with the Devil (2020)

Karla: A Pact with the Devil StephenWilliams Karla A Pact with the Devil With a thriller s pacing Karla A Pact with the Devil charts the intimate cosmology of the world s most notorious female sex slayer Part memoir part woman in prison story part prognostication part p
  • Title: Karla: A Pact with the Devil
  • Author: StephenWilliams
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  • Page: 468
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Karla: A Pact with the Devil StephenWilliams With a thriller s pacing Karla A Pact with the Devil charts the intimate cosmology of the world s most notorious female sex slayer Part memoir, part woman in prison story, part prognostication, part political expose, in Karla, Williams lets Karla and the key players speak for themselves What they have to say is surprising, horrifying and enlightening Karla A Pact withWith a thriller s pacing Karla A Pact with the Devil charts the intimate cosmology of the world s most notorious female sex slayer Part memoir, part woman in prison story, part prognostication, part political expose, in Karla, Williams lets Karla and the key players speak for themselves What they have to say is surprising, horrifying and enlightening Karla A Pact with the Devil also asks and answers two essential questions Who is Karla Homolka and how did she come to have a future Given the fact she is out among us enjoying that future right now makes those answers essential information today Karla A Pact with the Devil is, as, one reviewer put it almost unique in our literature It is an extraordinary act of the imagination brought to bear on the facts Includes pictures from the original Canadian print edition Karla A Pact with the Devil has not been previously available in the United States People want me in max so my life with be hard but it really isn t There are absolutely no responsibilities here Everything is provided We can spend the day sleeping, sun tanning or doing whatever we want all day every day Karla Homolka in a letter to author Stephen Williams Well, they say never say never and they re right, Karla wrote in her startling first letter to Stephen Williams Never in a million years did I think I would ever write a letter to someone from the media, let alone you who has condemned me so harshly Thus began one of the most controversial correspondences in criminal history.Karla picks up where Williams first book on the case, Invisible Darkness, left her, painting her nails in her cell in solitary confinement in the gothic tower of Kingston s Prison for Women After testifying against her ex husband in 1995, Karla s life in prison was soon going to take a very different, dramatic turn.
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  1. Nat

    Paul Bernardo and Karla Holmolka were husband and wife Canadians who were responsible for the rapes and murder of at least three young women, and Bernardo also responsible for at least 19 other rapes More infamously, the couple are responsible for the rape and murder of Homolka s 16 year old sister, Tammy.The book Karla, is the second by the author on the Barbie and Ken Killers , although mainly focuses on Karla and the inside scoop of the deal she cut with the prosecution of her husband and her [...]

  2. Erin

    A meandering mess of a book Williams, who wrote the decent INVISIBLE DARKNESS tries to cash in on the public well, the Canadian public fascination with the Homolka Bernardo case I first became aware of it when I found DEADLY INNOCENCE, what I have found to be the best book on the subject in a bookstore in Nova Scotia Williams began a correspondence with Homolka while she was still in prison and alternates between condemning her and condemning the Canadian justice system for their unfair treatmen [...]

  3. Lisa

    I m not really liking this one so far I am interested in how this person if you want to call her a person managed to convince a lot of people that she was abused and was forced to do horrific acts by her equally SICK husband I think she was is disgusting that he is I wanted to know about her and how her mind works, not hear the author get up on a personal political soapbox blah I also read Invisible Darkness and was not too impressed with that either Stephen Williams is not a very good author [...]

  4. Katherine

    When I started reading this, I would have given it 4 1 2 stars It sucked me in right away, and had this crazy observant perspective that actually gave me some empathy for Karla It explored the massive mistakes made by law enforcement during the case, and the serious flaws in Canada s justice system It did shed an informative light on the role of the Canadian penal institutions, though, as being a place of rehabilitation, not punishment.Where this book lost so many points with me was about half w [...]

  5. Lauren

    I found reading this book to be somewhat of a frustrating exercise I felt it was painting Karla as another one of Paul s victims when I believe that she was far involved in the heinous crimes that the two of them perpetrated.

  6. Kyla

    What I found fascinating about this book was it s in depth look at the factors leading to the deal with Karla the bureaucracy, lack of cooperation and communication as well as face saving.

  7. Kristen Robinson

    Worst true crime book I ve ever read And I love true crime If you want a good book about this story, read Lethal Marriage by Nick Pron

  8. Louise

    Well, they say never say never and they re right, Karla wrote in her startling first letter to Stephen Williams Never in a million years did I think I would ever write a letter to someone from the media, let alone you who has condemned me so harshly Thus began one of the most controversial correspondences in Canadian history.Karla picks up where Williams s first book on the case, Invisible Darkness , left her, painting her nails in her cell in solitary confinement in the gothic tower of Kingston [...]

  9. Stephanie

    Ok, So I started this book and out of the gate it seemed very insightful, full of great time line points and feedback on the important people that helped create the greatest mis step ever made in Canadian legal history Karla lawyer is brilliant and had huge foresight which is than I can say for so many others who were thrown together at that time At some point in the book I started feeling like the author was speaking just to hear himself speak I was skipping pages because he became so repetiti [...]

  10. Gregory Klages

    The tale Williams tells has all the hallmarks of a great work internationally noteworthy crime, nationally much discussed and controversial plea bargain, and suggestions of investigative and prosecutorial shortcomings I found myself distracted by Williams rather awkward story telling, and the poor editing of the book Williams seems to fancy himself a cross between Truman Capote and Hunter S Thomson He blends comments on his own adventures, the food he s dining on and the company he keeps, with s [...]

  11. Breanna

    I read this immediately after finishing Invisible Darkness, which I think was a bad idea A lot of this book relays information that was given in the first book, which is to be expected, however it did elaborate on some things and was overall enjoyable I am quite fond of Williams style of writing and upon starting this I had intentions on reading the other two books on Homolka Bernardo Lethal Marriage, Deadly Innocence and now I am aware that Invisible Darkness along with this novel will provide [...]

  12. Crystal Vojt

    living in the next town over from this crime i wanted to read about it but as i was reading it i was hating her even she was not victim to him but a partner and was just as bad as him if not worse cause it was not until she stepped in that people actually started dying

  13. Erika Nerdypants

    Chilling, definitely left me feeling disturbed, but nonetheless a good study of Karla Homolka.

  14. Sarah Hyde

    Interesting look at the Canadian Criminal Justice System and CSC, through the lens of the Homolka Bernardo crimes.Writing style made it somewhat hard for me to stay immersed.

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