In the only definitive book on this subject, Susan Kelly's detailed investigation shows us the true DeSalvo, a twisted pathological liar whose hunger for celebrity made him confess to crimes he did not commit. Kelly also proves that the stranglings were committed by at least eight different slayers. She even names the lead suspects - some of whom may have been getting away with murder for decades.
©2002 Susan Kelly; (P)2009 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
"Remarkable!" (Robert B. Parker)
"Impressive...raises disturbing questions about one of our nation's most notorious crime sprees." (Gail Zimmerman, producer, 48 Hours)
If you like true crime, this book will bore the heck out of you for the first couple hours. Too much useless info through the first half of the book. Gets a little better towards the end.
Another true crime or possibly American classic.
I did not think her interpretation of the main character and others rang true.
No. There were a few redeeming chapters during the last half, but for the most part was not worth it.
When a book is too easy to put down, I know it's not that great of a book.
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