This book illustrates the insanity of bureaucracy, the struggle of ego, and the power of perseverance. Exploring the events around the Chicago World’s Fair, it lays out the dynamics of personality through the various key players surrounding the event – including the leading architects of the era.
Stitched through the storyline is the unfolding tale of America’s first serial killer, H.H. Holmes, who is the architect of his own masterpiece, the Murder Castle. The tense drama of the parallel narratives keep you hooked until the end, at which point you turn to Google to uncover more of the story.
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