Head Shot

Head Shot

Burl Barer / Dec 07, 2019

Head Shot In the mid to late s a quiet neighborhood near Tacoma Washington was terrorized by the violence of three men Paul St Pierre an alcoholic psychopath his younger brother Chris who had committe

  • Title: Head Shot
  • Author: Burl Barer
  • ISBN: 9780786013340
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the mid to late 1980 s, a quiet neighborhood near Tacoma, Washington was terrorized by the violence of three men Paul St Pierre, an alcoholic psychopath his younger brother, Chris, who had committed unspeakable acts to be one of the boys and Paul s childhood friend, druggie Andrew Webb.The three beat up one man before cutting his throat on a deserted beach They decIn the mid to late 1980 s, a quiet neighborhood near Tacoma, Washington was terrorized by the violence of three men Paul St Pierre, an alcoholic psychopath his younger brother, Chris, who had committed unspeakable acts to be one of the boys and Paul s childhood friend, druggie Andrew Webb.The three beat up one man before cutting his throat on a deserted beach They decapitated another victim, whom Paul St Pierre had killed, and buried his head in a bucket of concrete Soon, the twisted triad turned on each other St Pierre shot Andrew Webb in the stomach during an argument Chris St Pierre called the cops He and Webb, who survived his attack, were sentenced to life in prison Paul St Pierre choked to death alone in his jail cell.

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    1. Maladjusted, drunken, drug-addled, hygenically-questionable, completely-around-the-bend Rush fans with nothing much on their plates outside of talking to beaver skulls and shaving points off their IQ's go on murder spree in Tacoma, Washington in 1984. One of them winds up punching his own ticket in jail by asphyxiating himself with used toilet paper and his own feces. Apparently he didn't fare so well in the genetic crapshoot. Includes several gut-churning crime photos not intended for the faint [...]


    2. Burl Barer has a taste for writing about dirtbags, and a real way with words. I cringed many times reading this book because of the horrific freaks that inhabit it's pages, but was also strangely absorbed by his down-to-earth descriptions and subtle witticism. I hope someday to write this way.


    3. True crime is not typically my genre. I know there are plenty of sick people out there--I don't necessarily enjoy reading about them. However this was loaned to me by a friend, so I read it. Barer spends a lot of time discussing the legalities of the trial--that's at least half the book. And this particular trial had some interesting twists. But all in all, I found the book easy to follow. I enjoyed the book, but be warned: these are two brutal murders, and my book contained some extremely graph [...]


    4. Head Shot. By Burl Barer. This book is a true crime story. It is about one of the most infamous murder investigations in my home town of Tacoma, Washington in 1984. The reason I bought the book is because I knew one of the victims in the murder case against Paul St Pierre, Chris St. Pierre, and Anthony Web. The book sat on my shelf for quite a while before I broke down and started reading it. Some of the pictures in the middle of the book were very gruesome. I did not know Damon Wells, one of th [...]


    5. I have lived in Tacoma all my life, and had no idea these horrific events happened just miles from my house. Probably because I was 12 at the time! Maybe because the Green River Killer dominated the news for so many years. If you enjoy true crime books, you'll appreciate this one. Be warned, though, there are some very graphic photos of the victims' bodies (in the kindle version, they are at the very, very end - so easy to skip).


    6. It is a really hard book to read, but if you can follow what is going on, it is interesting. I just hope his books get better. I only got about a 1/4 way through this one and had to put it down because it was hard to follow.


    7. This book was very boring for me. I am not one who likes to hear too much about the court case. The crime was interesting but it just didn't do it for me. I am entitled to my opinion. others may think otherwise.


    8. This book just drug on and on until I almost threw it out the window. Horrific crimes but the court section of this book just became boring.


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