A Date with Death The Secret Life of the Accused Craigslist Killer In a luxury Boston hotel on April police discovered the body of a beautiful young woman her head battered a bullet through her heart Within hours the story exploded making headlines acros

  • Title: A Date with Death: The Secret Life of the Accused "Craigslist Killer"
  • Author: Michele R. McPhee
  • ISBN: 9780312945060
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a luxury Boston hotel on April 14, 2009, police discovered the body of a beautiful young woman her head battered, a bullet through her heart Within hours, the story exploded, making headlines across the nation The victim, a masseuse named Julissa Brisman, had advertised her erotic services on popular classified ads Web site Craigslist A twenty two year old medical sIn a luxury Boston hotel on April 14, 2009, police discovered the body of a beautiful young woman her head battered, a bullet through her heart Within hours, the story exploded, making headlines across the nation The victim, a masseuse named Julissa Brisman, had advertised her erotic services on popular classified ads Web site Craigslist A twenty two year old medical student named Philip Markoff was her last known clientThe Boston Police Homicide Unit followed a digital trail that led to Markoff s home, where investigators found a gun, prepaid cell phones, plastic handcuffs, and other evidence linking Markoff to Brisman They also uncovered a stash of women s undergarments, raising even questions about their suspect How many other women did Markoff meet before Brisman And what happened to them This is the true story of one woman s DATE WITH DEATH.

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    1. Not bad; I got a look into the short life of Markoff(the alleged Craigslist Killer). After the printing of the book, he apparently took his own life, likely to save himself the shame of being convicted and living a dreary, steel life. Although he had a lucrative future in the works as a BU medical student and an fully engaged fiance, he pissed it away with a thirst for mayhem. Some may say he's true obsession was gambling. He gambled literally as well as figuritively, and came up short. Most wou [...]

    2. Philip Markoff was a twenty-two year old medical student with a very dark side. This true-crime book tells the story of how in April 2009, he responded to Craigslist ads and met with three individual women, two in Boston hotels, and one at a Rhode Island hotel, and used a gun to rob them. Trisha Leffler had been tied up and robbed at gunpoint on April 10, 2009 at the Westin Copley Place Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts. Julissa Brisman was murdered at the Copley Marriott on April 14, 2009 in Bosto [...]

    3. The book " A Date With Death" is the true story about the Craigslist killer. His name was Philip Markoff who was a medical student and was soon to be married. The book goes through on how this bright young man, turned into a vicious killer.I gave this book 3 star, because it kept you wanting to know more about the killer. The only bad part is that it didnt give you an ending and say if Markoff was found guilty or not."He had pissed a promising medical career down the drain and publicly humiliate [...]

    4. In a luxury Boston hotel on April 14, 2009, police discovered the body of a beautiful young woman—her head battered, a bullet through her heart. Within hours, the story exploded, making headlines across the nation. The victim, a masseuse named Julissa Brisman, had advertised her erotic services on popular classified ads Web site Craigslist. A twenty-two-year-old medical student named Philip Markoff was her last-known client…The Boston Police Homicide Unit followed a digital trail that led to [...]

    5. I picked this book b/c I enjoy true life and true crime books. ♦ In a luxury Boston hotel on April 14, 2009, police discovered the body of a young woman her head battered, a bullet through her heart, SO battered that initially it was not for sure if she had been stabbed to death or shot. Within hours, the story exploded over media across the Nation. The victim, a masseuse named Julissa Brisman, had advertised her erotic services on the popular site Craigslist. A twenty-two-old medical student [...]

    6. This was my first experience with one of these true crime rags, and I wasn't impressed. The author kept mentioning other cases that were distantly related or seemingly not related at all to the primary case, and because the story is so new, there was no conclusion to the booke criminal still being in jail pending trial. Next time I'll try something by someone more noted in the true crime genre, like Anne Rule, because this book left me totally cold. It was a struggle to get through it even thoug [...]

    7. so I watched the movie for Jake McDorman, and I read this book hoping it would answer some questions that the movie left open. the writing in this book is very unclear at times. when you start reading it, it's written as though it's a novel (to which I think: weird, why is this in non-fiction) and then later it gets super analytical. the author goes off on several pointless tangents (this guy that Philip met once at a Burger King was this and that had to do with these things, not that Philip eve [...]

    8. Worst writing ever. "After Markoff's brief arraignment, he was en route to a place where he could likely give and receive as many man-on-man massages as he would like: the Nashu Street jail. If Philip Markoff was truly interested in experimenting with men, the Nashu Street jail might have been the perfect location." Okay. Wow.

    9. I couldn't help but read this when my fiance finished it (both are Bostonians). Quick read, lots of sensationalism, not the most intellectual piece out there. The ending is very interesting though considering Markoff's very recent suicide.

    10. Gives a great short look into the life of the killer. I think it could have been a little more detailed but it was still Ok. I have another book to read on this case, so i will see how it stacks up against this one.

    11. I enjoyed this book and it was a very good read. Unfortunately for the author there wasn't much about the girlfriend's family and her life growing up as I love reading all the details. I recommend it.

    12. no apparent editor. book covers all the details of the case, and then repeats them about four times, amidst self-indulgent petty political sidetracks. helpful re details. weak as book.

    13. Although it's interesting, the author puts in so much misc. info that is just not needed, such as the history of the politics in Boston. Don't care.

    14. Michele adds a great deal of depth to a story most of us remember. If you ever had any doubts as to how cold and calculating this guy was the book will erase the doubts. Great read.

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