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FREE EPUB Á MOBI Three Month Fever · The Andrew Cunanan Story ´ It was suddenly chic to be 'targeted' by AndrewIt also became chic to claim a deep personal friendship with Versace to infer that one might but for a trick of fate have been with Versace at the very moment of his 'assassination' as it had once bAry Indiana presents the 1997 killing spree of Andrew Cunanan as a peculiarly contemporary artifact an alloy in which reality and myth have been inseparably combined The case generated an astonishing seuence of news reports in which the suspect became a monster serial killer high priced homosexual prostitute pervert master of disguise chameleon and so forth In reality this figure of dread bore little resemblance to the scary sociopath of legendIn following Cunanan's trail of death Indiana presents a riveting fully realized portrait of a very bright even brilliant young man whom people liked He had charisma great looks and money that he spent very freely on others He was a sympathetic listener with a phenomenal memory for names faces and virtually anything he read or saw But he didn't fit in anywhere and he couldn't solve the problem of how to liveHe was trying to do better to come from a better place to have a better background He made up stories about himself that made him feel like other people or made him seem interesting than he thought he wasHe wanted to be loved for himself The two people h genius disturbing compelling whew

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It was suddenly chic to be 'targeted' by AndrewIt also became chic to claim a deep personal friendship with Versace to infer that one might but for a trick of fate have been with Versace at the very moment of his 'assassination' as it had once been chic to reveal one's invitation to Cielo Drive in the evening of the Tate slayings an invitation only declined because of car trouble or a previuos engagement Versace's friends no less than Andrew's friends were helpless not to make hay off the carcass for the narrative itself excluded from existence all relevant persons who failed to appear to put their two cents inand because the narrative had the force of a psychic avalanche it provided the seue ferom the previous marrivtie extricated the public eye form the previous keyhole the Andrew narrative in effect solved the JonBenét Ramsey murder case as that case had finally wrapped up the O J Simpson case which in turn had closed the Menendez case the Andrew mystery would ultimately be solved by the death of Princess Di from Three Month FeverIn Three Month Fever his first book length work of nonfiction G Gary Indiana's unofficial crime trilogy includes this book and 'Depraved Indifference' goddamn they're good he's like a human conductivity wire with unparalleled skill The one on the Menendez Brothers I didn't love as much because they don't tickle my fancy Read Three Month Fever a thousand percent recommended by me

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Three Month Fever The Andrew Cunanan StoryE thought might love him for himself didn't and he ended up killing them This was probably the last thing he wanted to doAndrew was compulsively social and as long as he could establish some intercourse with the outside world he could function even if he had to conceal the ugly secrets he was accumulating He could hang out in gay bars in Chicago while on the run come to New York and live in a bathhouse go to movies pick people up Even after the killing in New Jersey his crimes were below the threshold of most people's awarenessBut in Miami he found himself trapped the very places where he expected to blend in were informed about who he was and what he looked like It was isolation he could not deal with and that led to his total disintegration and the death of Gianni VersaceThree Month Fever is a tour de force in which Indiana reveals how Andrew Cunanan fell apart over time and what he might have sounded like in his own mind Rarely has a writer immersed himself in the mind of a killer with such startling effect Gary Indiana has created a new form of true crime that is as insightful as it is riveti I prefer a factually based non fiction work This book was written from the perspective of someone describing Andrew's state of mind as he deteriorates prior to the homicides This perspective is based greatly on interviews of people who didn't seem to know him Andrew too well It just seems like a lot of guessing on the author's part Ironically the author even states that these interviews were not overly valuable because the individuals were basing their own recollections on rumor and innuendo The choice of words by the author are complicated than necessary and the average reader may give up before finishing The book is not bad but not great either If you are a diehard true crime reader this probably isn't the book for you