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From: Miss Marple
Time: 8:46:30 AM
Remote Name: 188.8.131.52
Fuhrman's books are full of those kind of strange and heartless comments. I truly believe there is an empty cavity in his body where a heart should be. I'm in the middle of Murder in Greenwich and there are lots of them there also. He says Dominick Dunne was inspired by his daughters murder to start writing about true crime. "Inspired"!!?
I'm back in Chile for a couple of months with most of my book back in Canada, including Murder in Spokane, so I can't compare notes with you. You said fuhrman is not a serial killer, and I agree. However, when I read the book, there were times when i had an impulse to check his whereabouts for some of the killings. Fuhrman said in interviews that he was always intrigued by serial killers, he studied them and grew more interested. This is way before Murder in Spokane. (In one of those interviews he also said one of his hobbies was to study autopsy reports on the internet.)
The detectives in Spokane said, according to fuhrman, that what they needed to find the killer was another murder. Did fuhrman "help out", like when Clark said she needed more blood in the Bronco and voila there was more blood.
This is far out, I know, but when it comes to fuhrman, anything is possible.