The nice guy next door was hiding a dark secret - a homicidal obsession with young girls. It didn't end until his final victim, still bound in handcuffs, escaped while he slept. She recounted the details of a night of horror spent with an elusive serial killer. Neither family nor friends saw Richard Marc Evonitz's dark side - he saved that for his victims - until his double life came undone by a courageous, resourceful 15-year-old.
The authorities had questions about many unsolved cold cases, but Evonitz had one more shocking surprise in store for everyone. Into the Water is a cautionary tale about the vulnerability of our children.
©2004 Diane Fanning (P)2012 Diane Fanning
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This performance was so poor it affected my ability to follow the storyline. I may actually read the book to learn the story since listening to this audio version was "painful" to say the least. The presentation was dull, lifeless, and the monotony of the man's voice was irritating..
Retired teacher then social worker living in Spain.. have three grown up children 7 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
I felt that this was more a series of case histories, almost a documentary.
No, not particularly entertaining. A bit like reading old newspapers.
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