Trails of Death: The True Story of National Forest Serial Killer Gary Hilton

Trails of Death: The True Story of National Forest Serial Killer Gary Hilton

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by Fred Rosen
     
 

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Trails of Death is the explosive chronicle of America's only known national parks serial killer, Gary Michael Hilton. Hilton struck in Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina before he was finally caught. The author explores the crimes in detail with full cooperation from the victims families and brings readers into what makes a late-life serial killer through

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Trails of Death is the explosive chronicle of America's only known national parks serial killer, Gary Michael Hilton. Hilton struck in Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina before he was finally caught. The author explores the crimes in detail with full cooperation from the victims families and brings readers into what makes a late-life serial killer through interviews with those who know him. Readers will also hear from the lead investigator who finally tracked down Hilton.

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Fred Rosen brings Hollywood horror to real life with the bone-chilling story of human hunting serial killer Gary HiltonKim Cantrell, True Crime Book Reviews, www.truecrimebookreviews.com/

Rosen accomplishes the remarkable feat of merging careful detail with the immediacy of suspense. He puts you there, at the crime scene and in the courtroom. You see through the eyes of the victims, the serial killer, and the crime reporters with a front-row seat. A model of engaged journalism.-Katherine Ramsland, The Mind of a Murderer

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982720691
Publisher:
Titletown Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
09/06/2011
Pages:
326
Sales rank:
1,251,781
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Fred Rosen is a classic true crime writer best known for his NY Times bestseller, Lobster Boy.

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Trails of Death: The True Story of National Forest Serial Killer Gary Hilton 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
TigerlilySC More than 1 year ago
Not a lot of details and a lot of unanswered questions. The book looks big, but it's double spaced. A lot of fluff and not a lot of substance.
S_Camp More than 1 year ago
Excellent book, grabs you right from the start! A real glimpse inside the mind of a serial killer and what may have turned him into the monster he became.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The beginning when the actual murders are taking place was the only part worth reading. Otherwise it was a total waste of time and money too many details about trivial things and the legal process took up most of the book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The folks raving about this could not have read it if they knew the true story on these poor victims. If this were fiction, it might be ok. It does grab you, but it doesn't grab you because he did the leg work. Rosen should stick to fiction because his facts are nonexistant.