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All His Father's Sins: The Shocking Truth About California's Most Gruesome Serial Killer (Anglais) Broché – 31 décembre 1998

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This is one you can skip with no great loss. 4 mars 1998
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I should have been forewarned by the title and name of the co-author (Lt. Ray Biondi). I said when I started that Biondi's stuff is ghosted. After I got into the book, I decided that Biondi may really have put pen to page. This book reads altogether too much like an official police report and falls into the "trap,"of too many "true crime" stories. It is a major story that is poorly presented.
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Shocking Murder Spree in Gruesome Detail 10 avril 2003
Par mwreview - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This chilling 218-page true crime book is fast-paced, well-written, and shocking. One probably could read it in one sitting. Although the murdering couple featured in this book lived in Sacramento in the late 1970s and early 1980s (only 45 minutes from where I grew up around the same time), I had never heard of them or their crimes until I found this book. That is surprising because their crime spree was coldly calculated and incredibly gruesome. Lt. Ray Biondi, who investigated a fraction of their crimes (they had murdered 10 people in several states), tells their deadly tale mostly from the point of view of accomplice Charlene Williams. Charlene went along with and assisted her boyfriend/husband's sordid fantasies of kidnap, rape and murder so she could remain her macho man's main girl. What is scary about this story is how easily Charlene led the young girls to their doom. Biondi includes information on the investigation (other suspects, evidence, etc.), but not as much as I anticipated. Only ten pages is devoted to the trials. One interesting part of the author's story was how Biondi rushed through the bureaucratic maze of San Quentin to send Gerald Gallego to trial in Nevada before the California Supreme Court issued a stay of release (only to have Gallego claim they were kidnapping HIM). I do not buy the idea that Gallego's murdering skills were passed down from his father (if that is what the author means by the title). His father was executed for killing a police officer. Biondi includes a few quotes from Gallego's father regarding the murder. Although they probably shared the same misogynist views, Gerald Gallego seemed to develop a style a murder all his own. Gallego's father was on death row before Gerald turned ten and, according to the book, Gerald did not even know of his father's execution until years after the fact. The book includes a middle section of photos and has a brief epilogue updating the story to 1997.
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All His Fathers sins 26 mai 2000
Par Kathy - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I liked the book....I read this book years ago when I first moved to Oregon...I just want to say, that I thought the book was kept very interesting....Maybe I'm bias to Ray Lt. Biondi..but I happen to know him...he's a very good writer when it comes to this book. I know the case....he's also a great Deputy Sheriff. I was working at the Sheriff's Dept. when all this happened....but I've told people about the book...I got them to read the book and they also liked it...He kept the facts good..he kept it interesting to the point where you couldn't put the book down...Everyone I know who has read the book agrees with me...
Good! 8 août 2012
Par ganddw42 - Publié sur
Hardcover edition: Used

"All his father's sins: Inside the Gerald Gallego Sex Slave murders" by Walter Hecox and Ray Biondi. I live in Northern Nevada and remember the case well from the early 80's. It was a local sensation when he was tried in Lovelock, which I followed in the news through to his death in the Nevada State Prison of cancer. I have saw other versions of the story on television that dealt more with the murders in California and Oregon and the ones in Nevada were a passing event. This is a accurate account that takes it from beginning to end, doesn't leave any of the details out or have them jumbled up like the latest account I saw on television to where even I wondered what they were trying to prove. It was easy to read and I didn't get bored with it about half way through like some I know of do.
But, I did read a few of the other comments, which I frequently do before buying it because they often weed out the faults. I haven't quite made up my mind yet if Biondi was sympathic to Charlene or tried to present her the way she actually is, a totally amoral or possibly completely immoral person. One who was immature, dependant, selfish and incapable of any large amount of compassion. I don't think Charlene had one ounce of conscious. She couldn't possibly had any and tolerated what she did. I thought she was just as responsible as Gallego was. And got off extremely light compared to what it should have happened, she should have rotten in jail right next to him. But, I also realize sometimes law enforcement has to make a deal with the devil in order to get a conviction of the main perpetrator. The family's of the victims also want to know what happened to their loved ones. So such deals become a necessity to bring an end to the slaughter. It isn't something any of us likes, it is just a reality of life we have to live with.
I will also admit that I cannot even begin to comprehend why Charlene did nothing to stop the slaughter except what I have mentioned above. But, even that isn't a explanation. I could not do it. Especially set there and pet the poor girl and tell her 'everything is going to be alright' when she knew damned well it wasn't going to be. He had already killed two helpless females in the Sacramento area. So she could not have been so dumb as to imagine it was going to be any better for these two. I would have spent the rest of my life haunted by nightmares. But, like I said before, one has to have a conscious in order to feel guilt.
But, all said and done it is a good book. One that was a good read. And I usually don't read true crime novels except I was familiar with this case because part of it happened near my home. It didn't have a lot of useless details stuck in it to deviate from the story. Sometimes writers have a tendency to do that. Even the excerpts on his father, in ways helps to explain the horrible personality of a sexual predator and sexual deviant like him.
All His Fathers Sins 17 novembre 2012
Par Robert J. Repar Jr. - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Excellent book, well written and very historically correct. It also shows Ray Biondi to be one of the leading homocide investigaters of the era.
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