The dating game killer

16-Sep-2017 00:14

This was a grisly read, not for the faint of heart or the weak of stomach.

I also like the way she leaves the door open for any new information that may arise -- because this guy may have done far more than kill a handful of women and girls. I haven't read anything by Stella Sands, but I will look for more of her work.

I don't need to be hit over the head with emotions.

I already feel a lot of empathy for the victims and their family, I don't need to be constantly hit in the face with it.-This was written in what felt like to me in a more tabloid/exploitive fashion, which is fine with gossip and the like, but this book sometimes rubbed me the wrong way.

At least that's what I'm getting from what little context is in the book. My actual facial expression while reading this.-There were a lot of random mentioning of other serial killers at that time. I also liked that she did start from the beginning. A lot of true crime authors think a Finished this book yesterday morning and I must say Stella Sands did a very good job. For example one thing she did was write in bulleted form about the mayor news events that happened for example in 1977 and then she also added something Rodney Alcala was doing, or had done at that same time.

Killed someone or was suspected of killing someone.

I also like the way she leaves the door open for any new information that may arise -- because this guy may have done far more than kill a handful of women and girls. I haven't read anything by Stella Sands, but I will look for more of her work.I don't need to be hit over the head with emotions.I already feel a lot of empathy for the victims and their family, I don't need to be constantly hit in the face with it.-This was written in what felt like to me in a more tabloid/exploitive fashion, which is fine with gossip and the like, but this book sometimes rubbed me the wrong way.At least that's what I'm getting from what little context is in the book. My actual facial expression while reading this.-There were a lot of random mentioning of other serial killers at that time. I also liked that she did start from the beginning. A lot of true crime authors think a Finished this book yesterday morning and I must say Stella Sands did a very good job. For example one thing she did was write in bulleted form about the mayor news events that happened for example in 1977 and then she also added something Rodney Alcala was doing, or had done at that same time.Killed someone or was suspected of killing someone.In the decades that followed, he would be accused of seven murders—and, as new DNA evidence continues to be uncovered, the list may grow. So if I needed to, I could (and I did) take a break between chapters. So if I needed to, I could (and I did) take a break between chapters.