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  1. says:

    Anyone interested in true crime will have a hard time putting this book down This will be especially true for anyone from the Baton Rouge area I had to walk away a few times because of sheer frustration and anger There were SO MANY opportunitie

  2. says:

    This was a well written very informative book; I couldn't put it downbut the really sad thing is that if law enforcement had really done their job originally these lives would have been savedthis man was in and out of the

  3. says:

    This is a very interesting story and a good read Very hard to put down The author gives eual time to the lives of the victims the bungling of the police and the behavior of the killer sometimes very pointedly but without soapboxing I do have to take issue with some of the writing The final product looks as if it were rushed to press

  4. says:

    on Sunday April 22 2007 I wroteThis was such a good book Very well written A scary bookAfter reading this you are scared to open your doorStephanie Stanley gives you info on the victims there family and the serial killer a

  5. says:

    very gut wrenching tale of murder

  6. says:

    Sitting on the edge of my seat gripping the cover not wanting to turn out the lights good

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SUMMARY í THECOLCHESTERCIRCLE.CO.UK ✓ Stephanie A. Stanley

In the Man The eBook #180 summer of a serial killer prowled the streets of Baton Rouge preying on the city's. Anyone interested in true crime will have a hard time putting this book down This will be especially true for anyone from the Baton Rouge area I had to walk away a few times because of sheer frustration and anger There were SO MANY opportunities to catch Derrick Todd Lee and put him in prison that were simply ignored or dismissed by several different law enforcement organizations Lives could have been saved had they not been so negligent I was in the 8th grade at Northwestern Middle in Zachary in 2002 I vividly remember watching the press conferences and news reports about the Baton Rouge serial killer I learned about the Oak Shadows murders and the cemetery attack soon after moving to Zachary in the 4th grade Growing up with these stories made this book all the fascinating and terrible for me to read The only reason I didn t give it 5 stars is because I felt like the writing and organization could have been better I think the picture section could also have been better

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An Invisible Man The Hunt for a Serial Killer Who Got Away With a Decade of Murder

Best and brightest women The authorities had a profile of their suspect They were wrong This is the shockin. This was a well written very informative book I couldn t put it downbut the really sad thing is that if law enforcement had really done their job originally these lives would have been savedthis man was in and out of the justice system NUMEROUS times even threatening his mother before the first murderthe authorities kept releasing him for other crimes most importantvoyeurismlooking in women s windows Threatening one s own mother Are those not warning signs Yet the justice system kept releasing him time after time they helped the man to come to the realization that he wouldn t receive punishment for his crimes so he accelerated it Sad sad sad The authorities are partly to blame for the blood shed by these victims

SUMMARY í THECOLCHESTERCIRCLE.CO.UK ✓ Stephanie A. Stanley

G true story of the investigation that went awry and the good old fashioned police work that solved the case. This is a very interesting story and a good read Very hard to put down The author gives eual time to the lives of the victims the bungling of the police and the behavior of the killer sometimes very pointedly but without soapboxing I do have to take issue with some of the writing The final product looks as if it were rushed to press in the middle of a massive rewrite there are so many malapropisms and mangled metaphors in here like Rose grabbed at the gun wrecking her car into a utility pole in the process