Abbye learned to speak Croatian at a young age with her step-grandfather who took a boat across the sea to come to the United States when he was fourteen years old. Her sense of family and missing the old times with her grandfather prompted her to write her first book about a Croatian motorcycle club in the US.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

#AtoZChallenge #Theme #SerialKIllers B

Bruno Ludke

Bruno Ludke, was a German laundry delivery man who killed at least 80 women between 1928 - 1943. When Nazi officials finally caught up with Bruno, he was sent to a research hospital in Vienna where he was used as a human guinea pig by Nazi doctors


  1. Wow.... there's so many levels of creepy in this post (only intensified by his smile).

    Alex Hurst, fantasy author in Japan. "B is for Books" is my current post.

  2. Fascinating! A writer friend of mine has written an awesome serial killer story from the killer's POV. I wish I could get her to polish it up so she could submit it.
    Marlene at On Writing and Riding

    1. I have a series coming as well. Also a non-fiction serial killer book that I'm dying (pardon the awful pun) to get out there.

  3. Very interesting story about Bruno, especially that he was mentally challenged and that there was no concrete evidence against him before he was declared insane and shipped off to the asylum.
    Lexa Cain’s Blog