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For years Lori Orr believed her Los Angeles firefighter dad was a selfless hero. When Lori’s dad was arrested and charged with four murders and countless arson fires, it was her testimony that helped keep him from being sent to Death Row. Eventually, Lori's search for the truth lead her to the dark secrets lurking in her family's past and to an inescapable conclusion about the remorseless killer and arsonist known as the "Pillowcase Pyro" and his reign of terror in sunny Southern California.  

Together with award-winning journalist Frank C. Girardot Jr., Orr looks back on the journey that took her from love to fear and the search for answers about how the father she loved could also be a thrill-seeking predator. A predator brought to justice by a dogged investigator no one wanted to believe. A master manipulator who participated in the writing of this memoir in hopes that it would redeem him in the eyes of his family and others who trusted and believed in him.

©2018 WildBlue Press (P)2018 WildBlue Press

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Felt like a poorly done overview. The only parts or interest (and not worth a credit) are the bits by the daughter of the arsonist, and those feel cut down and shoved in.

The rest is a light skim over the facts which are much better covered in the Joseph Wambaugh’s book “Fire Lover”.

Narrator had some odd mispronunciations but was not overall bad. A bit too bright for the subject matter, and would have been terrible for a serious book any longer than it was.