I read this on the internet – True Crime, The New Yorker

If you haven’t heard yet, The New Yorker has given free online access to it’s content since 2007. Yay! Longform.com listed some of their favorite available articles and I read this one first:

2008 WROCLAW  FOT. LUKASZ GIZA / AGENCJA GAZETATrue Crime tells the story of one Krystian Bala, a Polish man that commits a murder, publishes its details in a disturbing novel he writes years later, and the policeman that hunts him down. Engrossing, if disturbing, story.  As of publishing (2008), Krystian was awaiting a retrial. According to wiki, he was found guilty in his second trial as well and there is an option for a movie based on the New Yorker article.

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