S.R.   Reynolds

Carolyn...
124 books | 267 friends

Donna B...
0 books | 48 friends

Thomas ...
17 books | 81 friends

James E...
15 books | 39 friends

Suzanna...
4 books | 42 friends

John No...
140 books | 237 friends

Michael...
6 books | 10 friends

Suraj S...
10 books | 34 friends

More friends…

S.R. Reynolds

Goodreads Author


Member Since
March 2012

URL


Average rating: 4.19 · 489 ratings · 49 reviews · 1 distinct workSimilar authors
Similar Transactions: A Tru...

4.19 avg rating — 489 ratings7 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating

* Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author. To add more, click here.

Upcoming Events

No scheduled events. Add an event.

Story: Style, Str...
Rate this book
Clear rating

 
The Anatomy of St...
Rate this book
Clear rating

 
Chasing the Ripper
S.R. Reynolds is currently reading
by Patricia Cornwell (Goodreads Author)
bookshelves: currently-reading
read in February, 2016
Rate this book
Clear rating

 

S.R.’s Recent Updates

Similar Transactions by S.R.   Reynolds
"Solid true crime. Some may consider it “different” than stereotypical true crime book, but I enjoyed the backstories and side stories. "
Similar Transactions by S.R.   Reynolds
"A Heads Up Story of Pure Evil

This is a novel that documents what evil unfortunately exists in the world we occupy. It is also a tribute to the efforts and commitment s of a community of victims and their advocates who were, in the end, victorious...." Read more of this review »
Similar Transactions by S.R.   Reynolds
"So impressed with this author

I stumbled upon this book and so glad I took a chance. Hard to find a well written true crime book that I haven’t already read. The amount of research and tenacity that went into this the book rewards the reader with a..." Read more of this review »
Similar Transactions by S.R.   Reynolds
"The life and progress of a serial predator

Ms. Reynolds has given us a meticulous account of a serial predator named Larry Lee Smith, enabled and protected by his mother. Smith repeatedly abducted, assaulted and raped young girls, ranging in age fr..." Read more of this review »
S.R. Reynolds rated a book liked it
Why Me? by Sarah Burleton
Why Me?
by Sarah Burleton (Goodreads Author)
Rate this book
Clear rating
S.R. Reynolds is accepting questions on her profile page.
S.R. Reynolds rated a book it was amazing
In Search of a Fair Wind by Georgia Townsend Yates
Rate this book
Clear rating
S.R. Reynolds rated a book it was amazing
In Search of a Fair Wind by Clint Cargile
Rate this book
Clear rating
S.R. Reynolds rated a book it was amazing
Five-mile spur line  by Clint Cargile
Rate this book
Clear rating
S.R. Reynolds has read
Five-mile spur line  by Clint Cargile
Rate this book
Clear rating
More of S.R.'s books…
“Just how and when events in Larry Lee’s life and mind had collided to create the compulsive sexual predator he’d become would never be clear. Yet”
S.R. Reynolds, Similar Transactions: A True Story

“cars.”   W. Keith Davidson paced in front of the jury box. Turning to face the twelve men and women, he thanked them for their time and attention and provided a brief lecture on the nature of reasonable doubt. The prosecution, he reminded them, had the burden of proving Larry Lee Smith’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Then he launched into an attack on the state’s case. Davidson did his best to frame the facts presented and events described as reflective of Larry Lee’s innocence rather than his guilt. Davidson accused the police of “filtering” and condensing the police interview into a one-page statement. Amanda”
S.R. Reynolds, Similar Transactions: A True Story

Topics Mentioning This Author

topics posts views last activity  
Obsessed with Tru...: This topic has been closed to new comments. True Crime read in 2016 ~ Reviews welcome here 381 147 Aug 24, 2016 09:06PM  
The Seasonal Read...: This topic has been closed to new comments. Completed Tasks: PLEASE DO NOT DELETE ANY POST IN THIS THREAD 2629 416 Nov 30, 2016 09:00PM  
“cars.”   W. Keith Davidson paced in front of the jury box. Turning to face the twelve men and women, he thanked them for their time and attention and provided a brief lecture on the nature of reasonable doubt. The prosecution, he reminded them, had the burden of proving Larry Lee Smith’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Then he launched into an attack on the state’s case. Davidson did his best to frame the facts presented and events described as reflective of Larry Lee’s innocence rather than his guilt. Davidson accused the police of “filtering” and condensing the police interview into a one-page statement. Amanda”
S.R. Reynolds, Similar Transactions: A True Story




No comments have been added yet.