This is a fascinating book about a man who's aunt was the last victim of the Boston Strangler. Or was she? Even though the authorities stonewalled his every attempt to get information regarding his aunt's death, the author finally gets the chance to prove once and for all of Albert DeSalvo actually murdered his aunt. This is a very good book.
Before reading this book, I was fairly sure that Albert DeSalvo was indeed the Boston Strangler. Casey Sherman presents, what I feel are, such well-researched information and buried truths about the strangler cases that I am now sure that DeSalvo certainly did not kill all the victims, and perhaps, he may not have killed any of them. The book left me wondering just what it is that the Boston police and others are trying to hide. Well-written, the book held my interest, and I hope if Mr. Sherman looks into this case further, that he writes another book about the new findings.