From R. Barri Flowers, award-winning criminologist and international bestselling author of the true crime classic, The Sex Slave Murders, comes a gripping new true crime short, Terror in East Lansing: The Tale of MSU Serial Killer Donald Miller.
In the late 1970s, a serial killer prowled the campus of Michigan State University, terrorizing students and faculty alike. Donald Miller was a graduate of MSU’s renowned School of Criminal Justice, but somehow went awry and turned into a monster, targeting pretty coeds for sexual assault and murder. Miller’s victims included his ex-fiancée. Only after the killer was brought to justice could the campus return to normal as a place for education and enjoyment.
Donald Miller’s path from promising Criminal Justice grad to deadly criminal is chronicled in this riveting short.
Included is a complete second story, “The Midwest Murders.” This is the shocking tale of serial killer couple Alton Coleman and Debra Denise Brown, who went on a killing spree across four Midwestern states during the summer of 1984, showing no mercy to those in their murderous path.
Bonus material includes excerpts from R. Barri Flowers’ bestselling true crime book, The Sex Slave Murders: The True Story of Serial Killers Gerald & Charlene Gallego, and top selling true crime shorts, The Sex Slave Murders 3: The Horrific Tale of Serial Killers Leonard Lake & Charles Ng; and The Amityville Massacre: The DeFeo Family's Nightmare.
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*** Praise for True Crime Books by R. Barri Flowers ***
"Selected as one of Suspense Magazine's Best of 2011 books." -- John Raab, CEO/Publisher on The Sex Slave Murders
“Formidable combination of criminological expertise and sheer storytelling ability.” -- Harold Schechter, true crime historian author on Murder Chronicles
“A gripping account of the murders committed by husband-and-wife serial killers Gerald and Charlene Gallego." -- Gary C. King, true crime author on The Sex Slave Murders
"R. Barri Flowers always relates an engrossing story." -- Robert Scott, true crime author on The Sex Slave Murders
“A model of exposition not to be missed by anyone interested in the annals of American criminal behavior.” -- Jim Ingraham, PhD, professor emeritus of American Studies at Bryant University on The Pickaxe Killers
"Striking, well-written tales sparkle in this ocean of murder." -- Diane Fanning, true crime author on Masters of True Crime
“Exhaustively researched, each storyteller brings their own unique prose to these pages, creating what will soon become a true crime classic." -- Kevin M. Sullivan, true crime author on Masters of True Crime
“This book should be a mandatory purchase and read for any true-crime buff.” -- Steven A. Egger, PhD, associate professor on Masters of True Crime
“Incredible cases, psychopathic killers, unwitting victims, along with the very best writers, make for an exciting, no-holds-barred, soon-to-be true-crime classic.” -- Dan Zupansky, host of True Murder on Masters of True Crime
"An indispensable sourcebook for anyone interested in American homicide, from law-enforcement professionals to armchair criminologists." -- Harold Schechter, criminologist on The Dynamics of Murder
“Vivid case studies of murder to complement this well researched criminology text." -- Scott Bonn, PhD, criminology professor on The Dynamics of Murder
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About the Author
R. Barri Flowers is the award winning, bestselling author of mystery and thriller novels, true crime books, relationship fiction, young adult mysteries, and children's books. Follow R. Barri Flowers on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Goodreads, LibraryThing, and YouTube. Learn more about the author on Wikipedia, www.rbarriflowers.com and www.rbarriflowers.net.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A chilling tale about a serial killer stalking the campus of Michigan State University. But it could just as well be any college campus, making all the more frightening. Also includes a full bonus story about a serial killer couple in the Midwest and excerpts of other true crime books by the author. High recommended for fans of the genre.
Don't waste money on this! The MSU story is less than half of this "book". It is a classic bait & switch, which seems to be getting more common these days. Making it appear you are actually getting some substance, only to be given much less. Just an attempt at getting you to buy more of this author's writings, which I will not do now, nor recommend you do!
This is 52 pages, only half is the title of the book. The balance are excerpts inserted for the purpose of enticing you to buy another book. This kind of bait and switch ticks me off. This is written well but you need to know it is a short, short story with advertising to sell more books, therefore should be sold for less money.