"James Renner is genuine. He cares about these victims . . . He’s right in the heart of the cases, digging and searching for answers. When it comes to true crime, this is the kind of writer we need." -- Crime Shadow News
Investigative journalist James Renner cracks open 13 of Northeast Ohio’s most intriguing unsolved crimes, including the 1964 murder of Garfield Heights teen Beverly Jarosz; the West Side disappearances of Georgina DeJesus and Amanda Berry; the mysterious suicide (or murder?) of Joseph Kupchik; and ten other equally haunting tales. These stories venture into dark alleys and seedy strip clubs, as well as comfortable suburbs and cozy small towns, where some of the region’s most horrendous crimes have occurred. Renner’s unblinking eye for detail and unwavering search for the truth make this book a gripping read.
"Renner doesn't just tell these stories. He gets involved in them, often taking a stab at trying to solve them as he did in the Amy Mihaljevic case . . . Most of the mysteries are as enticing as any you are likely to see on any network crime show." -- The News Journal
"A great book for true crime aficionados who don’t necessarily require a tidy ending . . . Renner has a great, documentary-like feel to his storytelling--you experience the cases first-hand as he sorts through the clues, theories, conjecture and intrigue." TrueCrimeDiary.com
|Publisher:||Gray and Company, Publishers|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||2 MB|
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