This is a well researched and well-written account of a horrific crime, and the explanation of early uses of DNA forenics is very interesting. That said, the excruciating details of the investigation and legal strategies, coupled with no exposition of either the victims or the criminal, make for extremeley dry reading. We get no sense of who these people were, nothing but the cold clinical facts. If thats your speed, you will enjoy this but I want more in my true crime books.
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