A national bestseller on Canada's youngest multiple killer 

Six weeks on the Globe and Mail's national bestseller list, Runaway Devil is the true story of a 12-year-old middle-class girl from the suburbs who became Canada's youngest multiple killer.

Written by Calgary Herald journalists Robert Remington and Sherri Zickefoose, the book tells the shocking, true story of "J.R." who was convicted of participating in the murders of her mother, father and eight-year-old brother in the spring of 2006. Her accomplice and boyfriend, 23-year-old Jeremy Alan Steinke, professed to be a 300-year-old werewolf with a taste for blood. Together, the pair concocted a plot to murder J.R.'s family so they could be together in a relationship her parents forbade.

The book contains previously unpublished details of the notorious crime that shocked a nation.
Remington and Zickefoose describe how JR went from a suburban, middle-class honour student with a loving family to become Canada's youngest multiple murderer, and have exclusive interviews and a court exhibit never seen by the public.

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