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Finding Bethany Paperback – May 28, 2014
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About the Author
Born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, Glen Klinkhart was a police detective for over seventeen years and has worked hundreds of murder cases as a homicide detective. He is one of the most successful and decorated detectives in the state of Alaska and has been featured on such television shows as ABC’s 20/20, CNN/TIME magazine and Dateline NBC. He is an experienced lecturer and trainer on such topics as overcoming adversity, Internet Safety, personal safety, and homicide investigations. Glen has given talks to local, statewide and national audiences. He is also recognized as an expert in the fields of crime investigation and computer forensics.
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This book also shows the average American not only the procedures, but the time and caring invested in an investigation, and the emotional and physical tolls it takes on the investigators. This does not read like a dry accounting of a case, but reads like the heart of a novel. Well done Det. Klinkhart, not only for you and your team for capturing the animal that took this young life, but for being able to share this story with us. This is not a book I'll soon forget.
I don't want to give away too much in the review about what happened, so buy the book! It's excellent!
Alaska is a young state and Anchorage a young city. Because of that, any work that captures important moments in its history is of value. But the author isn't just a dispassionate chronicler; he is an active participant in the story.
This will be especially helpful as a reminder to us members of the general public when dealing with the information void that is caused by important investigations that prevent leaks. As emotionally understanding and infuriating it might seem, the book shows why the tactics used by law enforcement are so necessary, and why that cover of classifying information is so fragile.
Ultimately, this story's uniqueness is in both its uniqueness, the twists and coincidences that found their way into the investigation's timelines, and the way the author brought real people to life through the page.
Well worth the time to read.