I was disappointed in this book. I was looking for something like "The Atlanta Child Murders" which this certainly is not. This book is really about a middle aged man trying to come to terms with his failed marriage, complicated family relationships, failing career and overall feelings of inadequacy and depression - with periodic discussion of the murders. Many chapters are spent discussing his food choices (hot dogs, diner breakfasts) and his wanderings around Detroit rather than offering much detail about the murders. The narrarator's voice is whiny and nasally. Interesting topic and theories about who may be the perpetrator, both of which should have been pursued in greater detail.
Well, skip this story as it's has very, very little to do with the actual events and solving the case. I thought it was going to he more factual and in depth. but no, it's a very unnecessarily boring tale of someone who was almost abducted as a child and was trying to solve the case, I think. I gave it 2 hours and gave up.