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Terrible Secrets Ted Bundy on Serial Murder

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Kindle Edition with Audio/Video
Published December 16th 2011 by Authorlink (first published December 15th 2011)
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Tiger Gray
This book is all over the place. It doesn't follow any type of chronological narrative. But then again if you're interested in Ted Bundy and, more importantly, his victims and how he encountered them, you don't buy this type of book for that sort of basic information (if you're deep enough in to the case to want this book, you probably know the basics by heart). Therefore the real meat and value of this work comes from all the included documentation, straight from homicide detective Bob Keppel's ...more
Mark Nader
Great well written book. Buy the audio video version. You get to hear Bundy discuss how a killer thinks and really enter the mind of a human hunter who sounds like your next door neighbor. Yes, I have read some of the same information before but there is quite a bit new and its very well written. If you can get the audio video version. Utah detective who I have never seen or heard anywhere before they have a video of.
Alyssa
This does repeat a lot of info from Keppel and Michaud's other books, but there is a little new information and some good stuff collected from Bill Hagmeier. If you haven't read any other books on the case, this is a great concise intro. It's also a necessity for completists.
Viridis Green
Due to my fascination with serial killers, Ted Bundy in particular, I had to read it. Not bad, but repeated a lot of the information already covered in other books by Michaud & Keppel.
Arielle
terribly written.
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