Suddenly Gone: The Kansas Murders of Serial Killer Richard Grissom [NOOK Book]

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First, legal secretary Teri Maness is found murdered in her Witchita town house in the summer of 1989. Two weeks later, Joan Butler disappears from her Overland Park apartment. Days later, roommates Christine Rusch and Theresa Brown of Lenexa are reported missing. Without a trace, they were suddenly gone. Panic and fear gripped Witchita and Kansas CIty as the realization slow sank in . . . a serial killer was on the loose. What finally linked the handsome, charismatic Richard Grissom to the murders? What was it ...
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Suddenly Gone: The Kansas Murders of Serial Killer Richard Grissom

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Overview

First, legal secretary Teri Maness is found murdered in her Witchita town house in the summer of 1989. Two weeks later, Joan Butler disappears from her Overland Park apartment. Days later, roommates Christine Rusch and Theresa Brown of Lenexa are reported missing. Without a trace, they were suddenly gone. Panic and fear gripped Witchita and Kansas CIty as the realization slow sank in . . . a serial killer was on the loose. What finally linked the handsome, charismatic Richard Grissom to the murders? What was it about Grissoms's secret past that convinced investigators that he was capable of such heinous crimes? In Suddenly Gone, author Dan Mitrione, a former FBI agent, takes readers into one of the most exhaustive manhunts in Kansas history. With exacting precision, Mitrione shows the investigation unfolding, as uncovers information never before made public. Mitrione's story is ultimately one of tragedy, but it's also a story of love and commitment from family, friends, and investigators—all on a mission to find out why four young women were Suddenly Gone.

Former FBI agent Dan Mitrione follows the dark, twisted path of man with all the cunning, sexy good looks and deadly charm of a Ted Bundy, exposing a killer's secret bloody past that shocked even the most jaded detectives. Richard Grissom, a handsome one-time college student, kidnapped and killed four young women in Wichita, Kansas, before being apprehended by the police. This is the terrifying true story. photo insert. Previously issued as an Addicus Books trade paper.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781938803475
  • Publisher: Addicus Books
  • Publication date: 9/1/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 326
  • Sales rank: 153,048
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Dan Mitirone is a native of Indiana, but was raised in Brazil, where his father worked for the State Department. Mitrione graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in international affairs, and later served with the United States Marines in Vietnam.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2013

    Good

    Well written.. Richard deserves more than the rest of his life in prison, hes a very evil man !! Its scary to know the way this nut got to these innocent ladies.... Bn

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2013

    Not bad

    Found it a little slow.

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