Elizabeth Broderick grew up on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. Since 2013 she has lived in Toronto, Ontario. She published her first book while attending University. It is the true crime story of a serial killer named Clifford Olson. Elizabeth loves studying history and so she wrote about a man who greatly impacted the history of her home province.
Eleven children between the ages of nine and eighteen-years-old were abducted, raped, sodomized and either strangled or knifed to death. Clifford Olson was not only a serial killer, but a true psychopath. And once again, the Canadian government made a deal with the devil, as they did with Karla Homolka and Dr. Shirley Turner. Olson held the location of the bodies for ransom and was paid $10,000 for each burial site.
This is a definitive, intense and graphic account of Olson and the eleven kids he murdered.
This is the 12th book in the monthly publication in the Crimes Canada: True Crimes That Shocked The Nation collection by Dr. Peter Vronsky and RJ Parker