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LIST OF 10: The True Story of Serial Killer Joseph Naso (Homicide True Crime Cases Book 7) by [Swinney, C.L.]
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Book 7 of 7 in Homicide True Crime Cases (7 Book Series)

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"Like the great Joseph Wambaugh, Chris Swinney writes with kind of authenticity that comes from having worn the uniform of a law enforcement officer. Gritty. True. Compulsively readable. This is his best book."--Gregg Olsen, NY Times Best Selling Author.

From the Author

The investigation into the life of serial killer Joseph Naso nearly consumed me. Over the last two years, I tried three times to walk away and end this project. However, faint voices from the victims left behind by "Crazy Joe" kept me focused and determined to finish. To be sure, this story is about and for the victims, not their killer.  

I visited the spots where victims were dumped. I spoke to family members of the victims. I read and re-read every police report, every statement memorialized in court, and I interviewed many of the law enforcement officials involved in this case. I also interviewed Ryan Petersen with the Marin County Sheriff's Office. Petersen,and the "Naso Task Force," broke this case wide open in 2010.

I also corresponded with Joe quite a bit for this case. He continues to be shifty and refuses to answer any questions with direct answers. Some of what he shared with me is shared throughout this book. I also spoke to friends, associates, and old co-workers of the victims. These sources,and my own experience as a writer and seasoned law enforcement investigator, were used to provide you the most accurate portrayal of the victims in this case. This case could not have been any further away from the standard, "Just another serial killer who killed prostitutes" type of case.  

Narcissism fueled an impossible to fill sexual urge that created a hunter of women. The monster preyed on females for over three decades and would have gotten away with it were it not for a break for police. The killer lured desperate and curious women to his home -while he himself married and later divorced- and exposed them to violent sex, bizarre photography, and for some, an untimely death. When he finished with the girls, he dumped them in remote locations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and northern California. These dump locations were not completely off the beaten path by design. The murderer anticipated his victims being located and he would twiddle his thumbs eagerly waiting when they would be discovered. The supreme satisfaction he gained from the chaos he created pushed him to commit more murders.

Good old fashioned police work, a hunch, and some luck, led to the apprehension of one of California's and the United States' worst serial killers. Were it not for law enforcement's dedication and attention to even minute details, Joseph Naso would have gotten away with countless murders.
**A special thanks to Linda and Ken Thompson for pouring over my work tirelessly and providing me input.**


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  • File Size: 4088 KB
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  • Publisher: RJ Parker Publishing; 1 edition (May 3, 2017)
  • Publication Date: May 3, 2017
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06ZZ61TZB
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,461 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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