Book Reviews of The Search for the Green River Killer

The Search for the Green River Killer
The Search for the Green River Killer
Author: Carlton Smith
ISBN-13: 9780451402394
ISBN-10: 0451402391
Publication Date: 3/5/1991
Pages: 512
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 34 ratings
Publisher: Onyx Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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The true story of the 20-year hunt for one of America's most prolific serial killers.
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A true crime shocker. 16 pages of chilling photographs.
This book was written before the case was solved. Very detailed and interesting.
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Really scary book about the Green River Killer .He is Gary Ridgeway now but was a scary unknown killer when this book was written it reminds you of the terroer the Green River Killer brought and police tireless work to catch the killer.
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Very detailed. Good read.
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This is updated material on the prime suapect in March 1991. 16 pages of chilling photographs.
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very good book if you like true crime-updated to include info on gary ridgeway.
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I had to go back and re-read this one after they finally arrested the Green River Killer. Fascinating book about a string of deviant crimes.
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In my opinion, this is the very best book on the story of the Green River killer.
another winner by Carlton Smith, who is an excellent true crime writer.
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Between 1982 and 1984, forty-nine women in the Seattle area were murdered. Despite an exhaustive search and investigation, the sadistic killer eluded authorities for the next two decades. Even to this day, bodies are still surfacing that are believed to be linked to America's most brutal serial killer case. But then in 2002, King County police arrested Gary Ridgway, a 53-year-old truck painter-and longtime suspect in the case-and charged him with the crimes. In November 2003, Ridgway admitted to the murders, finally ending the search for the notorious Green River Killer.