Evil Has A Name: The Untold Story of the Golden State Killer Investigation

Evil Has A Name: The Untold Story of the Golden State Killer Investigation

Paul Holes / Sep 21, 2019

Evil Has A Name The Untold Story of the Golden State Killer Investigation The Golden State Killer The East Area Rapist The Original Night Stalker The Visalia Ransacker The monster who preyed on Californians from to was known by many aliases And while numerous poli

  • Title: Evil Has A Name: The Untold Story of the Golden State Killer Investigation
  • Author: Paul Holes
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  • Page: 366
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  • The Golden State Killer The East Area Rapist The Original Night Stalker The Visalia Ransacker.The monster who preyed on Californians from 1976 to 1986 was known by many aliases And while numerous police sketches tried to capture his often masked visage, the Golden State Killer spent than 40 years not only faceless, but nameless.For his victims, for their families The Golden State Killer The East Area Rapist The Original Night Stalker The Visalia Ransacker.The monster who preyed on Californians from 1976 to 1986 was known by many aliases And while numerous police sketches tried to capture his often masked visage, the Golden State Killer spent than 40 years not only faceless, but nameless.For his victims, for their families and for the investigators tasked with finding him, the senselessness and brutality of the Golden State Killer s acts were matched only by the powerlessness they felt at failing to uncover his identity To be sure, the chances of obtaining closure or any form of justice after so many years were slim to none, at best.Then, on April 24, 2018, authorities arrested 72 year old Joseph James DeAngelo at his home in Citrus Heights, Calif based on DNA evidence linked to the crimes After a decades long hunt, a suspect was behind bars Could it be that evil finally had a name Delivering all new details about the investigation and a stunning final act to the events of Michelle McNamara s haunting bestseller, I ll Be Gone in the Dark, this is the true story of how the suspected Golden State Killer was captured, as told, first hand, by those closest to the case Paul Holes the forensic criminologist and retired Costa County detective who spent 20 years trying to crack the Golden State Killer case, and finally did.Jim Clemente Host a retired FBI profiler and former New York City prosecutor who has investigated some of the highest profile criminal cases in U.S history, including the Unabomber.Please note This work contains descriptions of violent crime and sexual assault and may not be suitable for all listeners Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Audible Audio, 7 pages Published November 15th 2018 by Audible Studios More Details ASIN B07H7RYQ5P Edition Language English Other Editions 2 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Evil Has A Name, please sign up Popular Answered Questions Do I need to read Ill Be Gone In The Dark in order to understand this or will I be fine with the basic understanding that it is about the long sought out East Area Rapist like 44 days ago See all 3 answers Erin You would be fine without I ll Be Gone, but both are great in their own ways Evil Has A Name gave me a really satisfying conclusion or epilogue for You would be fine without I ll Be Gone, but both are great in their own ways Evil Has A Name gave me a really satisfying conclusion or epilogue for I ll Be Gone, but if you read both I would also recommend some time between because it can seem repetitive since it s the same case Both are great, but can be read separately less flag Will there be an ebook version like 2 months ago Add your answer Brynn My guess is no This is actually structured in of a long podcast style There are numerous interviews with law enforcement and victims, not just My guess is no This is actually structured in of a long podcast style There are numerous interviews with law enforcement and victims, not just narration of the story I signed up for a free trial from audible to get it less flag See all 3 questions about Evil Has A Name Lists with This Book This book is not yet featured on Listopia Add this book to your favorite list Community Reviews Showing 1 30 Rating details Sort Default Filter Jan 21, 2019 Melissa Mel s Bookshelf rated it it was amazing Shelves audiobooks, true crime I have had this on my audible wish list since I saw it was being released months and months ago I became a little bit obsessed with the case after listening to Ill Be Gone in the Dark last year Quickly after listening to that I went a bit nuts, reading all the articles, listening to all the podcasts on it and informing all my friends and family much to my husband s annoyance of the case and the fact that the guy had NEVER BEEN CAUGHT Stuff of nightmares So imagine my surprise when two week I have had this on my audible wish list since I saw it was being released months and months ago I became a little bit obsessed with the case after listening to Ill Be Gone in the Dark last year Quickly after listening to that I went a bit nuts, reading all the articles, listening to all the podcasts on it and informing all my friends and family much to my husband s annoyance of the case and the fact that the guy had NEVER BEEN CAUGHT Stuff of nightmares So imagine my surprise when two weeks after I listened to that book, I saw on the Australian news that they had just caught the killer I was so excited So I was not expecting to learn anything that I didn t know from this special audible original I had spent a LOT of hours learning about this case, I was almost reluctant to listen to it, but decided to give it a go So glad I did Yes, there was a lot of information that I knew already, but WOW it really helped me understand SO MUCH MORE about HOW they actually caught him There was a lot on the DNA technology which was easy to understand and comprehend.There was also some amazing interviews with survivors and relatives, as well as neighbours and friends of the accused killer It really gave you a snippet as to what he was like and I was surprised as to how much extra little bits of information it gave you.I don t know how the US legal system works compared to the Aussie one, but I would have thought that they wouldn t have allowed something like this to come out before the trial Just seemed strange to me, maybe someone could enlighten me as to how this could be allowed Not that I am complaining It totally sparked my re interest in the details of this case.Did I enjoy the narration Absolutely It was partly narrated by the lead investigator in the case and to hear the first hand experiences that he had and how things led to that final arrest was amazing.Would I recommend Evil Has a Name Yes I thought it was great It had a good tone and was fantastic for anyone who loves true crime and a good story I purchased Evil Has a Name at my own expense at audibleIf you are interested in getting information on the Golden State Killer or EARONS, and don t want the audible original, I highly recommend the Casefile Podcast It is in 5 parts and contains the most comprehensive information I have found on this case in a highly entertaining format And its free You can t beat that Check it out HEREFor reviews check out my BlogInstagramTwitterFacebook flag 39 likesLike see review Felicia Fantastic review, Mel sounds fascinating Jan 21, 2019 07 25PM Gregory Great review Mel Feb 01, 2019 10 41AM Dec 15, 2018 Peter Monn rated it it was amazing Omg this was so good If you liked I ll Be Gone in the Dark you ll love this My full review will be up on my booktube channel at flag 21 likesLike see review Nov 19, 2018 Kathleen rated it it was amazing Wow This compels binge listening This Audible Original is comprised of interviews with both investigators and victims It feels very much like a true crime documentary and is the perfect follow up to Michelle McNamara s book, I ll Be Gone in the Dark.Catching the Golden State Killer also known as The East Area Rapist, The Original Night Stalker, and The Visalia Ransacker involved the use of DNA evidence and genealogical research This aspect was fascinating Investigators used the DNA datab Wow This compels binge listening This Audible Original is comprised of interviews with both investigators and victims It feels very much like a true crime documentary and is the perfect follow up to Michelle McNamara s book, I ll Be Gone in the Dark.Catching the Golden State Killer also known as The East Area Rapist, The Original Night Stalker, and The Visalia Ransacker involved the use of DNA evidence and genealogical research This aspect was fascinating Investigators used the DNA database of a genealogical company to narrow their search The company found a match with a relative but probably a 3rd cousin at best So, the investigators had to develop family trees going back 4 6 generations This led to some possible suspects, one of which was Joseph James DeAngelo His DNA proved to be the perfect match to the perpetrator He was finally arrested on April 24, 2018.With that arrest Investigative DNA Research took a huge step forward Highly recommend flag 19 likesLike see review Nov 29, 2018 Renee itsbooktalk rated it it was amazing Chilling and the perfect companion to I ll Be Gone in the Dark flag 9 likesLike see review Nov 20, 2018 Natalie Alsis Benninghoff rated it it was amazing I loved this book but I can t honestly review it without staying the obvious This is clearly an Audible podcast series that they decided to change into a book so that they could charge for it knowing that most Murderinos and fans of I ll Be Gone in the Dark will buy it because Paul Holes is a goddamn angel He is essentially the Patron Saint of catching old creeps and Audible capitalized on the fact that we would, at this point, probably listen to him read a take out menu and pay for it Bu I loved this book but I can t honestly review it without staying the obvious This is clearly an Audible podcast series that they decided to change into a book so that they could charge for it knowing that most Murderinos and fans of I ll Be Gone in the Dark will buy it because Paul Holes is a goddamn angel He is essentially the Patron Saint of catching old creeps and Audible capitalized on the fact that we would, at this point, probably listen to him read a take out menu and pay for it But I digressThis audiobook gives us some of what we have been waiting for in terms of information on how exactly they caught the Golden State Killer and all of the work that went into solving this case Personally I would have liked to hear about De Angelo s history but I suspect it s too early to really know since I m sure he is not offering anything I m sure that will come in time All of this aside, it was definitely a nice bookend to the story told in I ll Be Gone in the Dark and I m glad I read it flag 6 likesLike see review View all 3 comments Nov 19, 2018 The Story Girl rated it it was ok Shelves 2 stars, audiobook, owned audiobook, true crime, read in a day The first 5 of 6 hours of this is just a re hash of what was already covered in Michelle McNamara s I ll Be Gone in the Dark, which was excellent, but that made this quite a disappointing read It might just be that I had different expectations, but I thought this would be a sequel to that, with it focusing on how they caught him, and maybe go into detail about him what he had to say after he was caught did he give any interviews, etc But that was only the last hour of this, and even The first 5 of 6 hours of this is just a re hash of what was already covered in Michelle McNamara s I ll Be Gone in the Dark, which was excellent, but that made this quite a disappointing read It might just be that I had different expectations, but I thought this would be a sequel to that, with it focusing on how they caught him, and maybe go into detail about him what he had to say after he was caught did he give any interviews, etc But that was only the last hour of this, and even then, we don t really hear much about him since he was caught.I was so bored I started listening to this at 2.5x speed and then 3x, and even then I didn t feel like I was missing anything It was a disappointing listen for me, but if you haven t read Michelle McNamara s book, then I would recommend this because you do get to hear from several of the people involved in the case victims and police officers, including the police officer who fired Joseph back in 1979 My favorite part was when they caught him and how everyone in the room was celebrating That almost made listening to this worth it flag 5 likesLike see review View 1 comment Jan 25, 2019 Katherine Kj Joslin rated it it was amazing Shelves 2019rrjanuary Absolutely amazing It s a very well put together story of all the hard work that went into the capture of The Golden State Killer I am so amazing at all the detail that was put into this Audible I may have to go back and listen again to pick up any things I may have missed in my excitement flag 4 likesLike see review Laura I read but did not like I ll Be Gone In the Dark Was this done better Jan 26, 2019 01 28PM Katherine Kj Joslin Laura, I felt the same way I think if Michelle had been able to finish the process herself it would have been better but I didn t love I ll Be Gone e Laura, I felt the same way I think if Michelle had been able to finish the process herself it would have been better but I didn t love I ll Be Gone either This was AWESOME The stories are less repetitive and the whole thing flows better I think it was a nice mix of excitement and detail There were interviews with victims and other law enforcement I totally recommend it Jan 26, 2019 08 43PM Nov 18, 2018 Jade Wright rated it it was amazing What s great about Evil Has a Name is that it s all about HOW they caught The Golden State Killer The East Area Rapist The Original Night Stalker The Visalia Ransacker The hideous man with many aliases Michelle McNamara s book, I ll Be Gone in the Dark, is about how she researched the case Her book was published when Joseph James DeAngelo was still at large Evil Has a Name was after his capture in April 2018 I do recommend reading I ll Be Gone in the Dark by Michelle McNamara first It What s great about Evil Has a Name is that it s all about HOW they caught The Golden State Killer The East Area Rapist The Original Night Stalker The Visalia Ransacker The hideous man with many aliases Michelle McNamara s book, I ll Be Gone in the Dark, is about how she researched the case Her book was published when Joseph James DeAngelo was still at large Evil Has a Name was after his capture in April 2018 I do recommend reading I ll Be Gone in the Dark by Michelle McNamara first It s the perfect companion novel and compliments Michelle s story nicely Although it s a different side of the story, a lot of the events are mentioned in IBGITD It s a fascinating other side of the story with people desperately trying to solve the Golden State Killer case this time with the help of science and not the incredible sleuthing done by McNamara I also loved when Paul Holes mentions McNamara in Evil Has Name It was very touching and special as I have been interested in this case for a while now thanks to podcasts, Michelle s book and now this audio production flag 4 likesLike see review Dec 04, 2018 Allison rated it it was amazing Shelves 2018, audio There was a time when I read all the true crime I could get my hands on Then I stopped A friend told me about a true crime podcast and that she enjoyed The Golden State Killer episodes I also knew that Michelle McNamara s book, I ll be Gone in the Dark, was being released in audio and snatched that up immediately It stands to reason that I had to listen to this as well Although I don t think there was detail here than in McNamara s book, being able to hear it from the people that were There was a time when I read all the true crime I could get my hands on Then I stopped A friend told me about a true crime podcast and that she enjoyed The Golden State Killer episodes I also knew that Michelle McNamara s book, I ll be Gone in the Dark, was being released in audio and snatched that up immediately It stands to reason that I had to listen to this as well Although I don t think there was detail here than in McNamara s book, being able to hear it from the people that were part of the investigation from the start brought even reality to this case I wouldn t have minded detail, but it gives just enough for those that only want the surface detail If you remember this case or if you have heard of it recently I definitely suggest listening to this, you won t be disappointed flag 3 likesLike see review View all 6 comments Dec 19, 2018 Lindsay rated it really liked it Shelves audiobook Paul Holes is my nerd hero Audible is up to something really interesting here re the book format This story unfolds with similar editing techniques to miniseries At times, the story doesn t offer enough depth, but I suspect that s a result of the GSK case still being in process flag 2 likesLike see review View 2 comments Dec 09, 2018 Becks rated it really liked it Shelves read as audiobook This is like a well produced podcast than an audiobook due to the numerous interviews and music Definitely informative and provided a great sense of closure to the case flag 2 likesLike see review Nov 21, 2018 Jaime Arkin rated it really liked it Shelves audio, 2018, read in 2018, true crime Interesting listen from the perspective of the investigators and the victims flag 2 likesLike see review Nov 21, 2018 Lauren rated it it was amazing It s amazing that they were able to create a narrative that was so comprehensive while remaining so accessible I can t say I loved it, because you can t love the story of what this man did, but it was satisfying to hear the voices of his victims and how they were able to triumph in the end flag 2 likesLike see review Dec 01, 2018 Carol Reading Writing and Riesling rated it it was amazing Shelves audio book, own My View Listening to this audio book was like watching a well made documentary The cast is outstanding investigators, police, criminologists, a genealogist, a journalist, a profiler and the poignant voices of some of the victims and family of the victims The narration was perfectly delivered This is a narrative that will remind you that crime, violent crimes in particular, have a heavy impact not only on the victims but on the friends, family, the first responders, the investigators and the My View Listening to this audio book was like watching a well made documentary The cast is outstanding investigators, police, criminologists, a genealogist, a journalist, a profiler and the poignant voices of some of the victims and family of the victims The narration was perfectly delivered This is a narrative that will remind you that crime, violent crimes in particular, have a heavy impact not only on the victims but on the friends, family, the first responders, the investigators and the community the victim lives in So many carry the pain, the hurt, the fear So many repercussions Despite numerous warnings regarding the explicit nature of some of the content I was not offended or horrified by the said content it was not gratuitously presented, it was not sensationalised, it was honest It was, at times, difficult to listen to the pain the survivors and their families carry with them, but their voices were integral to the completeness of the story The only person we did not hear from, and of that I am relived, is the voice of the perpetrator There is no justification for his actions I do not need to understand his motivations I am glad he has finally be called to account for his actions This is a remarkable true story I applauded at the ending flag 3 likesLike see review Jan 07, 2019 Morgan rated it it was amazing When I saw that Audible Original had produced several chapters on the investigation of the Golden State Killer also known as the Visalia Ransacker, The original night stalker and the East Area Rapist I was a little apprehensive as I didn t know what to expect having never listened to an audible original before But this 14 chapter story series blew my mind It was presented as of a documentary which includes several interviews with Lead investigators both past and present, as well as When I saw that Audible Original had produced several chapters on the investigation of the Golden State Killer also known as the Visalia Ransacker, The original night stalker and the East Area Rapist I was a little apprehensive as I didn t know what to expect having never listened to an audible original before But this 14 chapter story series blew my mind It was presented as of a documentary which includes several interviews with Lead investigators both past and present, as well as the survivors of his crimes 120 burglaries, 53 rapes, and 13 murders which spanned between 1974 to 1986 and their surviving families, so please keep that in mind if you think you may be interested in listening to this Audible Original You do hear them tell the story of what happened to them and the details are difficult to listen to, with the youngest survivor being a thirteen year old girl, now an adult But hearing how they reacted when they heard the news that he was finally caught after all these years was just so rewarding and honestly made me cry in my car as I was driving to work, the happiness and relief you hear in their voicesI have no words The first couple of chapters do detail the crimes he had committed over the years while the rest is dedicated to the actual investigation As someone who knew quite a bit about GSK before going in I can still say I enjoyed hearing it from the mouths of those involved, even if it was hard to stomach at times You do hear about what DeAngelo did for a living during the crimes and after and there are interviews from those who knew him but that was of a footnote if anything.This was beautifully produced and answered all of the questions I had when I first learned that ex cop Joseph DeAngelo was finally caught after 32 years of being nameless thanks to DNA evidence and Genealogical research done by the investigative team I especially loved listening to the work they had done like developing family trees going back 6 generations to catch him I was also happy to learn that the survivors had someone like Detective Carol Daley on their side who helped them through one of the most traumatic experiences of their lives and that she also remained in contact with them several years after their attacks She is a true hero The epilogue includes the survivors telling you where they are now and thanking Paul Holes for reopening the investigation which is a beautiful way to end this awful story I had originally heard of the horrible crimes Joseph DeAngelo committed when his identity was still unknown on a podcast called My Favorite Murder who then, in later episodes, recommended a book titled I ll be gone in the dark by Investigative journalist and partner to Lead Detective on the case Paul Holes Michelle Mcnamara I highly recommend reading listening to that audiobook before this as she goes in deeper to the crimes that were committed and the stories of those who were killed by GSK There is a chapter dedicated to Mcnamara s contribution to the case in Evil has a Name and it is greatly deserved I still get choked up thinking about how she had died before the killer was brought to justice and hearing Paul Hole s describe her determination in the case and how much her death had affected him had me crying all over again If you have read I ll Be Gone in the Dark and enjoyed it then this is the perfect follow up to it flag 1 likeLike see review Dec 07, 2018 Chris Sosa rated it really liked it The early segments of Evil Has a Name had me concerned that I d be listening to an exploitative work that used horrific crimes to create what amounted to a horror podcast I m glad I stuck with it until the end What emerged was a powerful story of resilience, bravery and dedication to public service that led to closure for survivors who deserved answers so they could close a monstrous chapter in their lives.For those willing to confront the extreme darkness of the content, this is a worthwhil The early segments of Evil Has a Name had me concerned that I d be listening to an exploitative work that used horrific crimes to create what amounted to a horror podcast I m glad I stuck with it until the end What emerged was a powerful story of resilience, bravery and dedication to public service that led to closure for survivors who deserved answers so they could close a monstrous chapter in their lives.For those willing to confront the extreme darkness of the content, this is a worthwhile listen that highlights the power of individuals to join together in the successful pursuit of justice when it seems out of reach flag 1 likeLike see review Dec 10, 2018 Alison rated it really liked it A thoroughly interesting follow up to I ll be gone in the dark by Michelle McNamara, around the GSK case I was highly anticipating this release ever since reading Michelle s book It was amazing to have the opportunity to listen to the own victims voices tell their own stories, and hear all of the detectives voices as well Things that didn t work so much it was a little repetitive, and I already knew much about the cases from reading Michelle s book, which took up the first basically 5 hour A thoroughly interesting follow up to I ll be gone in the dark by Michelle McNamara, around the GSK case I was highly anticipating this release ever since reading Michelle s book It was amazing to have the opportunity to listen to the own victims voices tell their own stories, and hear all of the detectives voices as well Things that didn t work so much it was a little repetitive, and I already knew much about the cases from reading Michelle s book, which took up the first basically 5 hours Only the last hour did we get details about DeAngelo, which is what I really wanted And they did bang on about genetics quite a bit Also loved Paul s stories about Michelle This case is fascinating and I can t wait to follow the trials flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 31, 2019 Meagan rated it it was amazing Shelves my favorite murder true crime WARNING you must heed the warnings on this audio book They go into very graphic detail about the horrific crimes committed by the GSK It may be difficult for survivors of the various crime types to listen This is very detailed and very interesting in regard to the way a tenacious investigator goes about solving a crime or crimes It was great that they involved so many of the people touched by this criminal, and so many of the leads were gone over, I really appreciated the sensitive way the WARNING you must heed the warnings on this audio book They go into very graphic detail about the horrific crimes committed by the GSK It may be difficult for survivors of the various crime types to listen This is very detailed and very interesting in regard to the way a tenacious investigator goes about solving a crime or crimes It was great that they involved so many of the people touched by this criminal, and so many of the leads were gone over, I really appreciated the sensitive way they handled the victims, their friends, families, and even the eliminated suspects flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 19, 2019 Evan Wondrasek rated it really liked it Great complement and follow up to Michelle McNamara s I ll Be Gone in the Dark If you ve read that, check this out A bit redundant in the facts of the first part although the firsthand interviews were compelling in this book , but the second half was extremely interesting because it covers the specifics of how they caught the Golden State Killer Really horrific, of course, but a good read nonetheless flag 1 likeLike see review Dec 13, 2018 Angus McKeogh rated it really liked it With all the recent attention thrown at this case which involves some other very good books before the case was ultimately solved it was extremely fascinating to hear how the case was cracked with modern DNA technology and genealogy If you were intrigued by the mystery of the case then you ll be equally entertained by how it was closed My only knock on it is that it s an audiobook original and not available in print form flag 1 likeLike see review Nov 16, 2018 Mandy rated it it was amazing Shelves 2018, audible, audiobook, five stars, non fiction, new release, own, true crime, 1000 b4 40, reviewed Well, I devoured this within 24 hours of buying it which is pretty obsessive, for me But the emphasis on the victims, and with new details of how they caught the GSK including the steps of how they actually used genealogy there s a database of all the DNA, did ya know had me hooked This is a nice complement to I ll Be Gone in the Dark and was engrossing to listen to The audio has a documentary feel to it, with actual voices of the victims and investigators As a result, I binge listen Well, I devoured this within 24 hours of buying it which is pretty obsessive, for me But the emphasis on the victims, and with new details of how they caught the GSK including the steps of how they actually used genealogy there s a database of all the DNA, did ya know had me hooked This is a nice complement to I ll Be Gone in the Dark and was engrossing to listen to The audio has a documentary feel to it, with actual voices of the victims and investigators As a result, I binge listened to Evil Has a Name like I binge watched Making a Murderer, and had no regrets of how I spent my Friday night flag 1 likeLike see review Nov 18, 2018 Jenny rated it it was amazing Shelves 2018, audiobooks, non fiction, true crime, favorites, 921s This is absolutely well worth the money to spend It s an audio documentary, which I ve never really heard before, but it s basically like a 14 chapter true crime podcast Paul, Jim, Carol Daley, other investigators, and the various victims and family members speak in their own voice and tell their own story I cried multiple times throughout listening It was just wonderful flag 1 likeLike see review Nov 23, 2018 Lori Rosendahl rated it it was amazing I listened to this Audible Original audiobook It was very compelling It is a true story This is not the type of book I am attracted to, but, I am so glad I listened to this one It is very well done, with the actual detective and others who worked on the case, along with victim and family members telling their part in the story flag 2 likesLike see review Jan 03, 2019 Patrick rated it it was amazing Surprisingly good I didn t know anything about the Golden State Killer before reading this At first I didn t think an investigation will interest me, but I was certainly wrong about it Not only it s a huge case spanning decades that s solved just in 2018, there were lots of ups and downs with new technologies, which I am interested in The book is very well written and the audible production top notch flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 27, 2019 Tiffany rated it really liked it Shelves audiobook It covers much of the same info that Michelle McNamara talks about in I ll Be Gone in the Dark, but it presents it in a linear fashion It actually helped flesh out some of the questions I had after reading her book, and it has been about six months since I read her book so it didn t feel very repetitive I liked that they had several of the investigators and several of the victims talking about the case, because hearing their voices made it seem real than just listening to one narra It covers much of the same info that Michelle McNamara talks about in I ll Be Gone in the Dark, but it presents it in a linear fashion It actually helped flesh out some of the questions I had after reading her book, and it has been about six months since I read her book so it didn t feel very repetitive I liked that they had several of the investigators and several of the victims talking about the case, because hearing their voices made it seem real than just listening to one narrator Definitely worthwhile if you followed that case or read Michelle McNamara s book flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 22, 2019 Marte Thunderella rated it really liked it Shelves book audiobook, genre mystery crime, genre true crime, publisher audible, read in 2019 A great podcast series told by the investigator keeping the case alive for so many years, with interviews of a lot of people involved in the case Riveting Highly recommended if you like crime or justice flag 1 likeLike see review Dec 28, 2018 Katie Marsh rated it really liked it Shelves read in 2018, true crime This is such a fascinating case It was amazing to learn about the forensic genealogy they used to solve this case It was far different than this case just being solved with dna flag 1 likeLike see review Nov 29, 2018 Lindsay rated it it was amazing It really doesn t count to call this reading, but since I listened and loved it, I m sharing my recommendation flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 20, 2019 Sharon Sheridan rated it it was amazing Absolutely gripping from the first word flag 1 likeLike see 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    1. I have had this on my audible wish list since I saw it was being released months and months ago I became a little bit obsessed with the case after listening to Ill Be Gone in the Dark last year Quickly after listening to that I went a bit nuts, reading all the articles, listening to all the podcasts on it and informing all my friends and family much to my husband s annoyance of the case and the fact that the guy had NEVER BEEN CAUGHT Stuff of nightmares So imagine my surprise when two week I hav [...]


    2. Omg this was so good If you liked I ll Be Gone in the Dark you ll love this My full review will be up on my booktube channel at


    3. Wow This compels binge listening This Audible Original is comprised of interviews with both investigators and victims It feels very much like a true crime documentary and is the perfect follow up to Michelle McNamara s book, I ll Be Gone in the Dark.Catching the Golden State Killer also known as The East Area Rapist, The Original Night Stalker, and The Visalia Ransacker involved the use of DNA evidence and genealogical research This aspect was fascinating Investigators used the DNA datab Wow Thi [...]



    4. I loved this book but I can t honestly review it without staying the obvious This is clearly an Audible podcast series that they decided to change into a book so that they could charge for it knowing that most Murderinos and fans of I ll Be Gone in the Dark will buy it because Paul Holes is a goddamn angel He is essentially the Patron Saint of catching old creeps and Audible capitalized on the fact that we would, at this point, probably listen to him read a take out menu and pay for it Bu I love [...]


    5. The first 5 of 6 hours of this is just a re hash of what was already covered in Michelle McNamara s I ll Be Gone in the Dark, which was excellent, but that made this quite a disappointing read It might just be that I had different expectations, but I thought this would be a sequel to that, with it focusing on how they caught him, and maybe go into detail about him what he had to say after he was caught did he give any interviews, etc But that was only the last hour of this, and even The first [...]


    6. Absolutely amazing It s a very well put together story of all the hard work that went into the capture of The Golden State Killer I am so amazing at all the detail that was put into this Audible I may have to go back and listen again to pick up any things I may have missed in my excitement


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