The Grim Sleeper : the lost women of South Central
First Counterpoint hardcover edition.
"In 2006, Christine Pelisek broke the story of a terrifying serial killer who went unchecked in Los Angeles for decades. Two years later, in her cover article for L.A. Weekly, Pelisek dubbed him "The Grim Sleeper" for his long break between murders. The killer preyed on a community devastated by crime and drugs and left behind a trail of bodiesall women of color, all murdered in a similar fashion, and all discarded in the alleys of Los Angeles. The case of the Grim Sleeper is unforgettably singular. But it also tells a wider story about homicide investigations in areas beset by poverty, gang violence, and despair; about how a serial killer could continue his grisly work for two decades in part due to societys lack of concern for his chosen victims; and about the power and tenacity of those womens families and the detectives who refused to let the case go cold. No one knows this story better than Pelisek, the reporter who followed it for more than ten years. Based on extensive interviews, reportage, and information never released to the public, The Grim Sleeper captures the long, bumpy road to justice in one of the most startling true crime stories of our generation" -- Amazon.
- 1 of 1 copy available at OWWL.
Current holds1 current hold with 1 total copy.
|Location||Call Number /
|Walworth-Seely Public Library||364.152 Pelisek (Text)
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