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KILLING WOMEN ... by Rod Sadler

Full Title: KILLING WOMEN: The True Story of Serial Killer Don Miller’s Reign of Terror by Rod Sadler

5 Stars


Sadler pens a chilling title in KILLING WOMEN: The True Story of Serial Killer Don Miller’s Reign of Terror. I am a fan of true crime stories, and this one chilled me to the bone. I wasn't familiar with Miller's reign of terror, but I will now never forget it. Sadler tells the story as he was familiar with it and in law enforcement. He certainly did his research and did the victims a service by telling the stories. It's not just about what Miller did, it's who he did it to. In the beginning, Jeffrey Sauter, prosecutor, is quoted, "his persona is a disguise ... the same disguise that he used before, both to get close to his victims, and to deny culpability. Miller's crimes identify him as a human predator, and there is no reliable basis to conclude he has changed." Miller is one of Michigan's notorious serial killers. I learned a lot from this story, and it probably helps others in law enforcement as a tool. I also want to mention the victim's names in honor of their terrifying story, so they will be remembered; Martha Sue Young, Marita Choquette, Wendy Bush, and Kristine Stuart. I look forward to reading more by this author. This book is a definite recommendation by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews.


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