The Search for the Green River Killer

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Onyx, 1991 - Serial murders - 479 pages
11 Reviews
Now updated with new material on the capture and conviction of Gary Ridgeway, who confessed to murdering more than 49 women as the Green River Killer, this edition chronicles the complete story of the case and includes 16 pp. of chilling photos. Reissue.

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User Review  - Adam Crissom - Goodreads

A tense read. It is the sort of true crime book that makes you feel like you are one of the people or outside officers watching it unfold in your community. Thank goodnesss they caught this sicko. Read full review

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User Review  - Rob Foster - Goodreads

Not to seem too morbid about it, but this book was more interesting before the murderer was caught. He hardly lived up to the image of the elusive fiend portrayed here. In reality, he was just more "lucky" than he deserved to be, regarding evading capture. Read full review

Contents

Prologue
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KRASKE 198283
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The Slaughterhouse
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Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Carlton Smith was an award-winning journalist for "The Los Angeles Times" and "The Seattle Times" in the 1970s and 1980s. A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in investigative reporting in 1988, he now works full-time as a true crime author. He lives in San Francisco.

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