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Bridget DiCosmo ½ 3 summary download à eBook or Kindle ePUB ½ Bridget DiCosmo read & download Serial Murder 101 Ever even appeared on a suspect list He was a man who had pursued a degree in criminal justice and psychology alongside the very investigators who would later use those same criminal sciences to finally stop him. I love true crime books but this one was hard to finish Found it very redundant and boring Put it down half way through to take a break and read something exciting I do think the author did well at portraying who the victims were That is the only reason why I gave it 2 stars The 2nd half of the book was the same as the first just with an interview process

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Bridget DiCosmo ½ 3 summary download à eBook or Kindle ePUB ½ Bridget DiCosmo read & download Serial Murder 101 The shocking true account of a man who learned everything there was to know about getting away with murder Thirty years ago Cape Girardeau Missouri became the hunting ground for a predator Women were being bruta. The story of a series of VERY cold cases finally solved with DNA fingerprinting There are a few unexpected elements in this story and the only reason it dragged for in places was the author s decision to tell the whole story once from the police point of view and then have the killer tell you all again from his own perspective without really adding anything to the story that way

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Bridget DiCosmo ½ 3 summary download à eBook or Kindle ePUB ½ Bridget DiCosmo read & download Serial Murder 101 Lly raped and murdered in a series of savage and seemingly unconnected crimes Not until 2007 would the truth come to light when DNA evidence pointed the finger at Timothy Krajcir a convicted sex offender who'd n. Chillingly however detectives discovered that Krajcir had an unusual advantage when it came to avoiding detection not only had he pursued a degree in criminal justice and psychology subjects that would enable him to unleash a reign of terror for years but he d done so alongside the very investigators who would later use those same criminal sciences to finally stop himReading the back synopsis of the book was probably the most misleading thing one could do This book talks about Timothy Krajcir a serial murderer and rapist who tormented women for thirty years in Missouri Pennsylvania and other states Reading the back of the book if you re in your local library or bookstore makes you think that you re going to read about a serial offender who was studying criminal justice being alongside the cops and committing crimes while the police were trying to hunt him down The book was interesting I m not sure if I enjoy DiCosmo s writing style She writes in a crude repetitive way She repeats herself like I m watching a sixteen part DBZ episode or some old timey radio special She writes in a circular fashion that often times I was skipping paragraphs because she had just said that same thing just a couple pages ago But she was engaging for the most part At least until the last three or so chapters Then it just droned on so boring If you re interested in the cases and don t want to read the whole book just read the last few chapters because you pretty much get the book all over again Krajcir studying criminal justice and studying it alongside the investigators is just so briefly mentioned I forgot that was the whole selling point of the synposis DiCosmo presents that as the whole reason Krajcir was able to elude police for so long instead of the actual fact that he really had no specific target for his victims He had no consistent pattern in choosing victims other than just picking one at random and stalking them for a week or so In fact why would DiCosmo even mention this as the highlight to him getting away when in her book she clearly points out all of the mistakes he made and even claims that the reason he began killing was not because of his criminal justice and psychology experience but the fact someone he knew from prison told him if he was going to do something then leave no witnesses The shocking true account of a man who learned everything there was to know about getting away with murderI guess it s something with journalism and click baity headlines But this book wasn t about that Krajcir left behind witnesses DNA evidence and so much that it doesn t really give me the idea of psychological criminal mastermind DiCosmo is graphic and descriptive of Krajcir s rapes than she is of his criminal justice and psychology background Overall it was an okay book I wouldn t read it again I felt like the synopsis was misleading and her circular way of writing was so repetitive that towards the end I was just so bored because she had literally said the exact same thing several different times before

  • Paperback
  • 320
  • Serial Murder 101
  • Bridget DiCosmo
  • English
  • 24 May 2019
  • 9780425226988