Best written true crime I have read in a long time. Excellent in holding your attention and moving on. Felt guilty to be so 'entertained' by such tragedy. Put you right inside the story and amazed at how invisable this man really was to the entire legal system.
On the humid, rain soaked day of July 12, 2002, antique-store owner Pam Kinamore was abducted from her home in the suburbs of Baton Rouge. Speculation began that her disappearance was linked to the rape and murder of two other woman in the area-both smart, beautiful, and confident women like Pam. Four days later, Pam's body was found. And the DNA evidence proved that she had been killed by the same man who killed th other women.
The story of serial killer Derrick Todd Lee who preyed on the brightest women in Louisiana. Very well written!
This was a good book. Derrick Todd Lee was a black serial killer who got away with years of murder because the task force was looking for a white man. There were some clues and some people who tried to point them in the direction of Lee, but no one would listen because Lee was not white. Blood Bath is also about Lee...both books are good and I would recommend both.