I'll Be Watching You

I'll Be Watching You

by M. William Phelps
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Overview

I'll Be Watching You by M. William Phelps

A serial killer who wanted to out-kill Ted Bundy. . .

In September 2001, Carmen Rodriguez, a beautiful 32-year-old Hartford mother of four, went missing. At first police were stymied. . .until a killer's crucial mistake led investigators down a long, dark road of cold, calculated murder. . .

"Phelps is a first-rate investigator." --Dr. Michael M. Baden

In 1987, single mother Mary Ellen Renard was strangled, repeatedly stabbed, and left for dead in her New Jersey apartment. Her vicious assailant had already killed once. . .and would kill again. But unlike the fiend's other victims, Mary Ellen lived to tell the tale. . .

"Phelps gives readers an exclusive, insider's look." --Anne Bremner

Clean-cut, popular and on the fast track at a multinational computer firm, Rutgers grad Edwin "Ned" Snelgrove shocked friends and colleagues with a plea bargain for Renard's brutal attack--and the heinous 1983 murder of college girlfriend Karen Osmun. Vowing never to be caught again, Ned spent his time in prison obsessively studying the violent career of his idol Ted Bundy. . .then was released ten years early for good behavior. . .

"Phelps proves that truth is more shocking than fiction." --Allison Brennan

Unflinching and brilliantly researched, this is an exclusive tour into the twisted mind of an all-American killer. . .and a state attorney's tireless efforts to lock him away forever.

Includes 16 Pages Of Revealing Photos

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780786027187
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 07/01/2008
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 512
Sales rank: 105,625
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Investigative journalist M. William Phelps is the author of I’ll Be Watching You, If Looks Could Kill, Because You Loved Me, Murder in the Heartland, Perfect Poison, Lethal Guardian, Every Move You Make, and Sleep in Heavenly Peace. He has appeared on dozens of national radio and television programs, including Good Morning America, Court TV, The Discovery Channel, Geraldo at Large, and Montel Williams, and has consulted for the Showtime cable television series Dexter. He lives in a small Connecticut farming community with his wife and children.

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I'll Be Watching You 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Phelps is great in depth writer. Very imformative
wrinkles More than 1 year ago
I was impressed with the writing of this book. you were able to read all the sides of the story and it made it easy to follow on which person you were reading about . You just wanted to keep reading to see what was going to happen next. It is still hard to understand why some people turn out the way they do but I dont think anyone will ever understand why people have the urge to KILL ANYONE OR ANYTHING
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the third book that i have read by this author and while this book probably is a little too detailed in parts, it is a fantastic book. If you like going in depth with a serial killer, read this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is my 8th book written by Phelps......very well written, another monster where he should be. I think of all these true crime books i read all the time, and i have dreams/nightmares about some, i feel for the victims and their families......
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've seen the author on numerous true crime TV programs and he is very knowledgeable. However, his writing leaves something to be desired. He uses sentence fragments for emphasis to excess. Being a grammar queen, it gets very irritating, though I understand his point in using them. He just uses them too many times and it makes it hard to read in places. Having said that, it is an interesting case and I enjoyed Phelps' personal insight on the killer.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I usually enjoy Mr. Phelps books, but this one was very hard to follow, and about mid-way, I stopped reading it. I'm not even sure it deserves 2-stars.
Anonymous 8 months ago
Hard to put this book down
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very well written with good insight of the killers mind.
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