Louisiana's Most Gruesome Serial Killer
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"Although the FBI once considered him the country's most significant serial killer-twenty-three victims!-the Bayou Strangler hardly made national news. Fred Rosen takes us to the bars of the French Quarter, the dirt roads of rural Louisiana, and a little-known subculture. The prejudices he uncovers turned reporters away, but not two dedicated detectives, who emerge as heroes. This book makes a fascinating read not only as true crime but also as a biting social commentary." -Ann Marie Ackermann, author of Death of an Assassin: The True Story of the German Murderer Who Died Defending Robert E. Lee "How was one of the most prolific serial killers able to operate undetected for nearly a decade? Read The Bayou Strangler for the shocking truth." -Jim Seeley, "Mr. True Crime" on social media Praise for Fred Rosen "The one true crime masterpiece I have read." -The Guardian on Lobster Boy "A truly unforgettable story, brilliantly written. A true crime classic." -Dan Zupansky, host of Blog Talk Radio's True Murder on Flesh Collectors "A fast-moving, satisfying production of popular history." -Booklist on Gold!
A former columnist for the Arts & Leisure section of the New York Times, Fred Rosen is an award-winning author of true crime and history books, including Gold!, Did They Really Do It?, and Lobster Boy. He is a regular on-air commentator for Investigation Discovery network's Evil Kin and Evil Twins TV series.