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An Invisible Manby Stephanie A. Stanley
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The hunt for a serial killer who got away with a decade of murder.
In the summer of 2002, a serial killer prowled the streets of Baton Rouge, preying on the city's best and brightest women.
The authorities had a profile of their suspect.
They were wrong.
On the humid, rain-soaked day of July 12, 2002, antique-store owner Pam Kinamore was abducted from her home in the suburbs of Baton Rouge. Speculation began that her disappearance was linked to the rape and murder of two other women in the area — both smart, beautiful, and confident women like Pam. Four days later, Pam's body was found. And the DNA evidence proved that she had been killed by the same man...
Suddenly, no woman in the area felt safe. The Baton Rouge Advocate stoked the panic with a report that over the last decade, the murders of twenty-nine local women had gone unsolved. Desperate to contain the hysteria, police and city authorities pulled out all the hi-tech forensic and investigatory techniques at their disposal. Little did they know that it would be good old-fashioned police work that would solve the case. And never could they have imagined who the killer would turn out to be — a man whom even the experts failed to notice...
In the summer of 2002, a serial killer prowled the streets of Baton Rouge, preying on the city's best and brightest women. The authorities had a profile of their suspect. They were wrong. This is the shocking true story of the investigation that went awry--and the good old-fashioned police work that solved the case.
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