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I'll Be Gone in the Dark
I'll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman's Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer | Michelle McNamara
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Emilymdxn
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I don‘t normally read true crime but this was so astonishingly good I might start. Definitely the scariest book I‘ve ever read (I spent half the night checking my door was locked) but not written in an overly gruesome or sensational way. Michelle was always thoughtful and sensitive to the victims and survivors and I appreciated how she made me feel safe among the awful subject matter.

Cathythoughts Great review! I really liked this one too 5d
fleeting I think I said the exact same thing in my review! So creepy but written in such an engaging way. It's just so annoying they still won't catch him!! 5d
ReadMe Seems interesting! Will definitely go on my To Read list 5d
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Sarahreadstoomuch
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This was fascinating, horrifying, and incredibly well written. Definitely could not read/listen to this right before bed!

Sarahreadstoomuch Just realized this counts toward #bbrc #growup #litsyawardwinner in 2018! @LibrarianRyan 2w
LibrarianRyan Yeahhh 2w
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Mehall
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First book completed for 2020! So good and glad to have this added to my true crime collection.

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jlowery999
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I don't know if it was the touching afterword by Patton Oswalt or the chilling, respectful, and masterful writing style, but I think I may have fallen in love with Michelle McNamara. An absolute must read for true crime lovers.

Cathythoughts I absolutely agree 👍🏻❤️ 3w
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nikki.82
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First read of 2020 #currentlyreading

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StellaDz
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This book is about the crimes of the GSK, who was not known as of publication, but it‘s also about Michelle McNamara. She was an amazing woman who took it upon herself to solve this decades-old case, even building solid relationships with many investigators assigned the case. As Paul Holes stated, she was his partner, and perfect for it. It saddens me that she didn‘t see the end, but that didn‘t matter to her. Just that he got caught.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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StellaDz
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I want to find books on old investigation techniques. I think it would be amazingly fascinating. #currentlyreading

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FantasyChick
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16hrs in and book 5 completed! I already had this started, just needed to finish

As true crime goes, this was well researched and informative but kind of "meh". As a memoir of Michelle's journey to find the Golden State Killer, this was excellent! Good pick on the copy @KarynGood This was updated after DeAngelo's arrest and I enjoyed the added info.

#WinterGames #JingleBallers #24B42020 #TBRRead

@TheReadingMermaid @Andrew65

Andrew65 Good time, and completion of books. 👏👏👏 1mo
cajunsyd I listened to the podcast about this case, very interesting!! 1mo
Hooked_on_books I agree. This is much better memoir than true crime. I enjoyed it but didn‘t think it was as good as many others seemed to feel. 1mo
FantasyChick @Hooked__on__books Oh so happy to find someone who agrees! I feel like this book got sooo much hype because of the author's early death and her husband's fame that the whole point of the book was overshadowed. I mean, it's a really good book but not nearly as great as the hype led to believe. Definitely not true crime though lol 1mo
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FantasyChick
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Going to take care of some errands and cleaning today. But first....

#WinterGames #JingleBallers #24B42020

@TheReadingMermaid @Andrew65

Andrew65 Hope you enjoy this book. 1mo
Emilymdxn I‘ve got this on kindle and am really excited to read it! 1mo
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StellaDz
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I promised myself no true crime over Christmas... I sort of haven‘t broken that. Christmas is over right?? #currentlyreading

KendallHershey True crime all the time! 1mo
StellaDz @KendallHershey between podcasts, audiobooks and tangible reads, I‘m living true crime! 1mo
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StephanieGeiser
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This was a pick from my work book club, which may not have been the greatest choice in terms of topic but I LOVED every minute of reading this book. Highly recommended!

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MommyWantsToReadHerBook
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This really was a good read! I was perhaps a little bit disappointed that so much of the book needed to be pieced together from her notes, more than I had thought. The funny thing is that it is almost anti-climactic knowing who did it... But still amazing that he eluded capture for so long and was finally found. Michelle really had a great writing talent and sounds like a wonderful person.

The_Real_Nani I loved this book too, but had a different experience because I happened to read it just before they caught the guy! 1mo
MommyWantsToReadHerBook @The_Real_Nani that's so interesting! 1mo
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MommyWantsToReadHerBook
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My "festive" reading haha. Been wanting to read it for ages and suddenly got the inspiration to look for it on Overdrive. Life is super complicated right now so tense writing that sucks me in is helping to distract me.

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Nenalovesss
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Such a hard book to finish. Even though the topic is interesting the story telling was mundane and not my cup of tea. Returned this book.

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booksbeersandbars
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Such a great book! Touching tribute to her life and exciting story she wrote about!

Cathythoughts So good 👍🏻 2mo
LoverOfLearning I really enjoyed this one! 1mo
Alicepondpoe I really enjoyed it. I just finished it. I cried at the end with the editors note and Patton Oswalt's afterward. 1mo
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BeccawithaBook
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Sooo excited to start this audiobook!

LoverOfLearning I really enjoyed this one! 1mo
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Alicepondpoe
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I've finished Circe. I read books like people drink water, and I love every one of them, even the one's I don't like so much, but there are few books that dwell in the chambers of my heart that I continue to touch upon time after time and use to shape my days that lay out before me. I have added circe to that library of love. I've started the tagged book, hoping I don't cry, remembering how loved Michelle was and how many lives she touched.

LoverOfLearning I enjoyed this book! It was so creepy. Michelle's research is impeccable. 1mo
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jb72
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#LMPBC
I forgot to post that I put this in the mail the other day to @Sbk89 - you should have it soon. I do apologize for being a few days late! I cannot wait to hear everyone‘s thoughts on this one.

jb72 @Sbk89 @REPollock @Kaila-ann I sent my book to @Sbk89 a bit ago? Did you receive it? Also I have not yet received a book for the month. 1mo
Kaila-ann The Bookseller of Kabul hasn‘t made it to you? I sent it before the beginning of this month so you should definitely have gotten it by now. 1mo
jb72 @Kaila-ann I thought you said you sent it, but I have not received it. Maybe with the holidays mail is slowed down, but I wouldn‘t think that slow. I know I‘m waiting on some cookbooks from another friend which I haven‘t gotten yet either. 😢 1mo
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Kaila-ann I found the receipt, I sent it on 12/2. I‘ll have to check the tracking but that‘s definitely not good 😢 1mo
jb72 @Kaila-ann I do live in a rural area so our mail is sometimes slow, but frankly that should be plenty of time to get here. The other books I‘m waiting on we‘re sent way back in November so I don‘t know what is going on. We are in for some bad weather the next few days too so that‘s not going to help either. 1mo
Kaila-ann According to the tracking, it was delivered on Saturday 😢💔. 1mo
Kaila-ann 9549013449649336502233 1mo
jb72 @Kaila-ann Ok I‘ll will go check the mail again tomorrow. I did not go today. Our post office is only open a few hours a day. It should be there now. Thanks for checking! I will update you tomorrow. We are supposed to get some bad weather tomorrow, but I‘m pretty sure it‘ll blow over. 1mo
Kaila-ann It still took a while but hopefully it‘s waiting for you 😬🤞🏻. 1mo
jb72 @Kaila-ann The book is here! Finally! I‘ll get started on it tonight. Yay! The bookmark is cute too. Thanks! 1mo
Kaila-ann I‘m glad it‘s safe 😊. I‘m almost done with the next one 😬 lol. 1mo
jb72 @Kaila-ann I have a few days until my SO comes home from work so my plan is to get this one completes before then. 1mo
Sbk89 Hello beautiful people, I have received the book, and I will get started as soon as I can. 1mo
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jb72
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#hollyjollyreading

December TBR:
I‘ll Be Gone in the Dark
The Institute
To The Bright Edge of the World
Great Goddesses

Plus a few more in line once I get these done. I‘m also slowly reading The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.

Kaila-ann I‘m excited for I‘ll be gone in the dark. I‘ll have The Bookseller of Kabul in the mail tomorrow 😊. 2mo
OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚😊 2mo
jb72 @Kaila-ann So far it has sucked me in. I‘m hoping to finish it tonight and get it in the mail tomorrow (as long as the snow holds off). I‘m looking forward to The Bookseller of Kabul! (edited) 2mo
jb72 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks It‘s pretty good so far. It‘s rather scary too. 2mo
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MeganLindell
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Mehso-so

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jb72
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1. My plans are to read the tagged book this week for #LMPBC.
2. No traditions for me. I almost always spend Thanksgiving alone and have for many years. It will be just me and the dogs this year.

#Two4Tuesday

TheSpineView Enjoy your reading time! Thanks for playing! 😊 2mo
Tiffiney I'll be Gone in the Dark is a great read!! Enjoy! 2mo
ljuliel Enjoy your peace and quiet. Sometimes those forced family affairs are a bit too tedious . 2mo
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Mitch
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A near perfect blend of meticulous research, great storytelling & the character of McNamara herself. The violent crimes unfold as we see the life of the researcher unfold - late nights glued to the computer, developing relationships with law enforcement & travelling the state to connect with internet sleuths. McNamara was clearly passionately dedicated to this case - that passion to hunt down every clue comes across so well in her words.

Come-read-with-me @Mitch This sounds great! Stacked!! 2mo
kspenmoll Wonderful review! 2mo
Mitch @kspenmoll thank you - I love being constrained by the character count. It doesn‘t feel too intimidating to write a review! 2mo
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Mitch
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Two hour train journey up north today for work. Yeah - that‘s fine by me I‘ve got a new book that I‘ve been wanting to dig into for a long time. #newbookday

Cathythoughts I loved this one ... should be a quick journey 👍🏻 3mo
Emilymdxn Jealous! Full day of reading sounds fantastic to me right now 3mo
Chrissyreadit What kind of work are you into? I love the idea of two hours on a train🧡. 3mo
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LeahBergen This is a freaky read! 3mo
Mitch @Cathythoughts - It certainly made the journey there and back fly! 3mo
Mitch @Chrissyreadit Ive got many hats - but today im working on a photography documentary project out in a very rural part of East Anglia! Random ! 3mo
Chrissyreadit Wow! That sounds like a very fun hat to wear today! 3mo
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LoverOfLearning
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I really enjoyed the beginning but I found myself rushing/skimming part 2 of the book so I can get to the ending of who the killer was and how he was identified (in the Appendix). The appendix was disappointing. But I absolutely loved Michelle's "Letter to an Old Man" at the end of the book. She wrote it before the killer was caught. It was creepy, poetic, and optimistic. I loved how the main book read like a fiction novel. ⭐⭐⭐⭐ (4.5 STARS).

MrBook Great review! 3mo
LoverOfLearning @MrBook thank you. 3mo
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LoverOfLearning

This is how it ends for you. You'll be silent and I'll be gone in the dark. Open the door. Show us your face. Walk into the light.
-Michelle McNamera - Letter to an Old Man

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LoverOfLearning
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1. I'll Be Gone In The Dark - Michelle McNamara

2. There was no reply; she heard no footsteps. A vehicle never started up. She never knew how or when he left; just that at some point he did.

3. Propel - Kiwi Strawberry

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LoverOfLearning
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My goal is to finish this book this weekend. About 60% done and just starting part 2! Who else has read this book?

BarbaraBB Yes! It‘s scary 😱 3mo
Cathythoughts Me 🙋🏼‍♀️.... it‘s awfully scary ! But so well written ! I loved it 3mo
LoverOfLearning @Cathythoughts Yes, the beginning freaked me out a little. I do like how it's a mix of the victims stories with the authors story. Makes it a different read then most books about serial killers. 3mo
DrexEdit I have! Part two is less polished, of course, but still good. This is an amazing bit of detective work and really well written! (edited) 3mo
LoverOfLearning @DrexEdit Its so intriguing to me because I'm going to school for forensic psychology and I would love to be a private investigator one day. So this and books like it are right up my alley because she was determined. I wish she would have been able to see the real killer get captured. I'm sure she would have cried tears of joy. 3mo
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LiterarySloth
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Mehso-so

It was definitely too hyped up. I thought it was okay. Not the edge of your sweat gripping story it‘s been made out to be. I wish she could have been alive to see the East Area Rapist finally caught. I won‘t say don‘t read it, but go into it with low expectations.

⭐️: 3/5

ljuliel Agreed. There are much better true crime books. I wish she could have finished it and seen him caught. I think the book would still have gotten a lot of attention, but probably not quite as much since she passed away before completion/ before he was caught. 3mo
LiterarySloth @ljuliel yes I think her passing, and husband‘s fame, had a lot to do with her book‘s success. And I still think the book would have been much better had she written the whole thing. 3mo
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swishandflick
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I first read I'll Be Gone in the Dark when it came out and was immediately fascinated/horrified by the Golden State Killer case and how it could be possible that he went so long without being caught! This podcast I just finished, Man in the Window, while not actually related to the book, is a good follow-up if you're wanting updates on the case after the arrest of Joe DeAngelo last year! #podcast #truecrime

BarbaraBB That is good to know, about the podcast going further after the book ends. 3mo
swishandflick @BarbaraBB Oh yes, the book was published a few months before they made an arrest in the case based on a DNA match, so a big development! Though it's all still active and they have yet to set a trial date so I'm sure there will be a lot more to come once we know what other evidence they found. 3mo
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Mitch
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Haven‘t read the book yet - it‘s staring hard at me from my shelf! This short series, 3 episodes, is really interesting- not so much about the case but about the process of researching and completing the book after Michelle‘s sudden death.

LoverOfLearning I'm almost done with the book! Very interesting story. 3mo
Mitch @LoverOfLearning I‘m going to get to the book soon.... the podcast delves into the decisions they had to make about how to get the book finished - super interesting 3mo
LoverOfLearning @Mitch I will listen when I'm done, must have been very difficult 3mo
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LiterarySloth
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I have about 100 pages left. I have mixed feelings about it. You can definitely tell when it‘s McNamara writing the chapters and when it was written by her researcher. I didn‘t know this until I read the forward, but she passed away before the book was completed. I know someone who was affected by the EAR and asked how she felt about the book. Her opinion is why I‘m now apprehensive about true crime books. How much of them are accurate?

ljuliel I think true crime books would be hard to write with exact concise information where none of it is heresay , rumors, memories that fade over time, etc. It‘d be hard to write accurately about cold cases because of time going by and witnesses, family, friends pass away . Also, depending on the police department, some are a bit less than willing to give you information, even on really cold cases from decades ago. I‘ve also read that Ann Rule‘s 👇🏼 3mo
ljuliel ☝🏼 books are less than accurate. A family member of one of the cases she wrote about said she got a lot of details wrong. I think you might have to take Truman Capote‘s way of describing your book by admitting it was a novelized version of the events. There are just some things the writer will never know , like what the victim‘s last few minutes or hours were like. (edited) 3mo
LiterarySloth @ljuliel oh definitely. I flew through Ann Rule‘s book about the I-5 killer. It was definitely more novelized. I think with this one knowing someone who was personally affected makes it a little different for me. This book was a bit too hyped up as well. 3mo
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LiterarySloth I also don‘t like chapters bashing victims. This has a couple of those. None of which were written by Michelle McNamara, but still rubbed me the wrong way. I don‘t think she would have written those chapters like that. 3mo
ljuliel I read lots of true crime and wasn‘t quite as thrilled by this book as others were. You could definitely tell where she stopped writing and the others took over. I‘m not a huge fan of serial killer books for the most part. I find them a bit boring, only because you don‘t get to know each victim very well. I know 2 families whose daughters were murdered. I‘m glad a book was never written about either case. It‘d surely make you feel differently. 3mo
LiterarySloth @ljuliel of course. I‘m more fascinated by the psychology of it. Especially once the FBI came up with the behavioral profiling. It‘s interesting how accurate they get about it. I heard there is a movie coming out about one of his victims. I think her family is behind it so it will be nice to see something celebrating her life. 3mo
ljuliel Yes it‘s always good to get to know the victims. They‘re the important people who sadly don‘t get the attention that the killer does. If the family wants their daughter/ wife/ mother‘s life to be told so the public learns more about who they were and how important they were to them, that‘s good they‘ll have the opportunity. It is interesting how the profilers can target so many traits and the lifestyle of the killers. 3mo
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LiterarySloth
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This one got a nod from Stephen King. I‘ve heard great things about this book. I‘m excited to read it!

📖: 44:52

LoverOfLearning I'm almost done reading it! I like it a lot so far. 3mo
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MidnightBookGirl
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Real life horrors are always worse than anything imagination can dream up. Doing a quick re-read for tonight's True Crime book club discussion. #TeamSlaughter #scarathalon @Clwojick

MatchlessMarie I loved this one on audio 3mo
Amanjoon How to read this book on this app 3mo
Clwojick LOVED THIS ONE! 3mo
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MidnightBookGirl @Amanjoon Litsy is just for posting about books, but you can click on the title of the book to get a summary. 3mo
LoverOfLearning I have about 100 pages left. I'm really enjoying it! 3mo
MidnightBookGirl @LoverOfLearning It's good! The sheer amount of his crimes is truly creepy! 3mo
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kd_lawson
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I don‘t read a lot of true crime but had heard really amazing things about this one.
It was fascinating and terrifying.
While it was not flawless, I think that was probably because the author passed away before it was finished.
I would still recommend it to anyone interested in true crime — although I think everyone else has already read it. 😁

Cathythoughts I thought it was excellent too 3mo
LoverOfLearning I have about 100 pages left. Im excited to read the additional notes on catching the guya 3mo
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Katiedabookworm
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This book was fantastic. The way story was blended with the telling of the events was incredibly well done, and it really allowed me to connect with not only the victims, but the author. It‘s devastating that McNamara couldn‘t be here to see what power her work has had, but this book serves as a reminder of the work she went through to help capture this terrible person.

Smrloomis Great review! I don‘t think I can read this because of how scary the topic is but I was glad to see her work definitely paid off in the end (and of course that this guy was caught). (edited) 3mo
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Kimberlone
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A new classic of the true crime genre. I think Truman Capote, who is referenced numerous times in this book, would approve. I wonder how this would have turned out had Michelle lived to see the capture of GSK, but given the circumstances I believe she would have been proud of how her posthumous collaborators put together the story. The details of GSK‘s crimes are gruesome and visceral and brought to life effectively.

Kimberlone This audiobook was very on-brand for Halloween and #Scarathlon #TeamStoker #ScaryScavengerHunt #Withablackcover @TheReadingMermaid 4mo
Kryd0s Really enjoyed it as well! 4mo
Cathythoughts 👍🏻a good one 4mo
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MrT One of my fav reads this year. 4mo
Kimberlone @TheReadingMermaid I don‘t think I got points for this one yet! 4mo
SumisBooks 🧟‍♀️ 4mo
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TheBookstorePodcast
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There‘s not much scarier than a serial killer and rapist who breaks into people‘s homes and goes undiscovered for decades. #spooktober

Cathythoughts So good. 👍🏻 4mo
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WorldsOkayestStepMom
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I had only been listening to the My Favorite Murder podcast for about 3 months when Michelle McNamara passed away in 2016. I didn't start her book until last night, and already I've finished it. It was amazing to see her life's work come to fruition! She was an amazing author and was part of an awesome team!

I was lucky enough to get #MFM hosts to sign my copy of McNamara's book last fall.

K.Wielechowski That‘s so awesome!!! I love them! 4mo
WorldsOkayestStepMom @K.Wielechowski Weet woo!!! 4mo
K.Wielechowski @WorldsOkayestStepMom Stay out of the forest! (edited) 4mo
The_Real_Nani Such a good book! 4mo
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Kimberlone
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Started this last night on audio! I have been saving it for October for the spooky vibes. Using this for the book with a black cover prompt for the #scaryscavengerhunt

#scarathlon #teamstoker @TheReadingMermaid

SumisBooks 🧟‍♀️ 4mo
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Currently listening to.

#truecrime

Kimberlone I think I might be starting this one on audio today too! 4mo
Cathythoughts Good book 👍🏻 4mo
SkeletonKey @Kimberlone - It was soooo good. 4mo
SkeletonKey @Cathythoughts - I finished it today! So good. 4mo
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Schmieds
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A very well written and detailed timeline of the rapes and murders of the Golden State Killer. Michelle McNamara wrote most of this book before dying in her sleep before the GSK was caught using familial DNA. Her writing is thorough and detailed while painting a picture to keep it interesting.

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Whimsical.Curiosity
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Yaaaassssssss!!

SitsWithaBook A compelling and terrifying read! I loved it! 5mo
AmyG This book was so frightening. Loved it. 5mo
Whimsical.Curiosity @SitsWithaBook @AmyG I'm a little nervous cause everyone says it's both terrifying and amazing! I almost want to skip right over my current read. 5mo
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diananissan3
Pickpick

Amazing. The last line haunts me.

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Niavmealone
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Fantastic writing, and it was very interesting to see how the story worked structurally after McNamara‘s death. I was hooked until the end.

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cdreincarnate
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McNamara was clearly a great writer, but the friends who tried to patch up the second half of the book after her death just didn‘t have the same touch. I would have preferred an editor‘s note at the beginning explaining that the end had to be patched together from her notes, rather than interruptions and explanations throughout the text. Love that the audiobook talks about DeAngelo‘s arrest, even though that happened after the book was published.

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natalieebloom
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This was a wonderful (but also difficult) read. It was a little tough to get through the first 100 pages (mostly crime scene descriptions - they got a little depressing/repetitive after a minute), but I read the last 200+ pages in two days. Michelle clearly had an unusual obsession, but the way she explains it makes it so relatable and understandable. I think this would be a good “intro” book to someone who is new to the true crime world!

The_Real_Nani I loved this book. I didn‘t expect to get so in to it but it‘s easy to see why she was obsessed with the case! 5mo
natalieebloom @The_Real_Nani definitely. Not sure if you heard, but the GSK was caught in 2018! So, at least we get the satisfaction of knowing the answer 😌 5mo
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Rj6578
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Great read, creepy as heck. Makes you wonder what goes on in the heads of these people.

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dainarmb
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First post on Litsy! My goal this year was to read 15 books, and I've got 12 books under my belt so far. I read this book earlier this year and found it to be the perfect introduction to the 'True Crime' genre. McNamara is a skilled writer who was passionate about her subject- the dark world of one of California's most notorious serial killers. This book was like an episode of 'Criminal Minds' in a different format- I highly recommend it!

LibrarianRyan Yeahhhhh. Welcome! 5mo
vivastory One of my favorite true crime books. Welcome to Litsy! 5mo
Mdargusch Glad you liked this! Hello! 👋🏼👋🏼👋🏼 5mo
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AprilMae
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I'm that person 😂😂😂😂

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Did you get my email? 💛 5mo
AprilMae @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I haven't been home to check my email! Will check when I get there 😊 5mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @AprilMae 🙌🏻🙌🏻 5mo
The_Real_Nani This book is sooooooo good!!! 5mo
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I love this story. Couldn‘t get all of it in one page, but you get the gist.