Very interesting, very well written, holds your ineterest from the first page.
This is an amazing book about a serial rapist, his capture, and the brave women who testified against him. From the cover...On the day Ronnie Shelton was sentenced to 3,198 years in prison, his victims' silent fear finally turned to triumph...From 1983 to 1988, Ronnie Shelton stalked the women of Cleveland's West Side, spying on them, silently invading their most intimate moments, choosing his victim. Then he entered her home, ravaged her life and left her to face "unfinished murder"-the emotional and psychological devastation that is the aftermath of rape. After a five-year manhunt, Shelton would be convicted of raping twenty-nine women-probably less than a third of his actual victims. Here is the powerful true story of the detective who wouldn't give up and, above all, the victims who would not remain silent. Armed with interviews with the survivors, police, psychiatrists, and Ronnie Shelton, James Neff probes the contradictory mind of a sex offender, the overtaxed urban criminal justice system, and society's failure to address the issue of rape and its brutal aftermath. At the heart of UNFINISHED MURDER, however, is the uplifting story of womeen who found a unified voice with which to demand and receive justice
Well written, holds your attention, hard to put down ! The story of a man who rapes women and the detilas of life for them after these horrible attacks.