We published a post on December 30 about this book, but we learned recently that an expanded version was just released. And what has been added to the book is quite awesome. Indeed, Kemper’s 1973 confessions after his arrest in Pueblo, Colorado, are now included in the book. Quite a riveting read for any Kemper researcher!
This book was already fun since it collects all of Kemper’s most important interviews. Now, it’s even more complete! Available to buy on Amazon.
I’m so sad that the cover art looks more like Cameron Britton than Ed Kemper III.
I just wish someone proofread it prior to printing it. It’s obvious that an audio transcriber was used to transcribe the confessions and there’s TONS of mistakes.
It’s quite possible. I just received the book and haven’t read the confessions yet.
I bought a Kindle edition months ago but now it appears that there’s no version of this book available for sale on Amazon.
Just now reading it and it’s a treasure trove, but I wish the author would have noted in the text that the confession transcripts are only fragments of the tapes due to the full tapes not being available for public consumption.
You are right. The confessions are incomplete in this book.