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David Reichert first encountered the Green River Killer's grisly work in 1982, when he was a young detective. For two decades he pursued this madman--who preyed on society's weakest members--with unrelenting determination. He left no stone unturned. Practically every waking hour of his professional life, Reichert was somehow involved in the case: either searching parks or going over seemingly stale evidence. Finally, in 2002, he found his man: a vicious misogynist by the name of Gary Ridgeway, who quickly confessed to 48 brutal killings.
"A great book for true crime fans, Reichart's account gives readers
a chance to see the hard work that went on behind the
"Reichert has lived a hero's life."--"The ""Seattle"" Times
"Reichert uses a strong voice throughout the book."--"San Mateo Daily Journal
"[Reichert] focuses on the grueling investigation, which spanned 20 years, many political upheavals, funding uncertainties and thousands of false leads...stunning."
--"The Kitsup""Sun "(Pacific NW)