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Roy Wenzl, Tim Potter, L. Kelly, and Hurst Laviana are award-winning journalists for The Wichita Eagle, and are all intimately acquainted with the BTK case through the Eagle.
Brought my newborn son into such a city. Very nice book and the accounting of the crimes was very interesting and educational.Published 22 days ago by Jeffrey Heard
Several weeks ago, I caught the last hour or so of a movie entitled BTK. It claimed to be a movie based on a true story. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Ayesha
A huge fan of true crime (forensic psychology student) and this is one or the best true crime books I've read.Published 3 months ago by Erin Martin
Very good accountability of the facts that precede the BTK arrest, as well as a detail illustration of each of his cases... Frightening, but really good! I recommend!Published 3 months ago by A. Beltrame
I thought the authors of this true crime novel did an awesome job. It isn't easy writing about murderers with gruesome personalities, but the authors were able to pull this off... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shelley Young
A lot of detailed information from local media and law enforcement was included in this one which gave it more of a heavier context. One of the better books on BTK I have seen.Published 4 months ago by Michael Nagle
Huge consumer of quality true crime books, and this was a satisfying addition to my repertoire. Gave a good account of the issues faced on both the media and the PD's POV. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kindle Customer
Being a true crime junkie, I found this, of course, disturbing but quite interesting. How people can do these things to someone else, is beyond me, but my morbid curiosity always... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Susan0505
Moved fast. You felt like the writers had true compassion for the victims. Loved the way it was told. Liked that the killer was not shown as a hero but the monster he was. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Millie Faye