A False Report by T Christian Miller and Ken Armstrong

One of the requirements for my reading challenge this year is to read a book of true crime (something that I find fascinating but end up getting freaked out by in the end) and so I pulled this book off of my bookshelf where it had been sitting for months.  A False Report tells the story of multiple rape investigations in a string of serial rapes.  It shows the bad in police work as well as the very very good.  It’s a very important look into house cases are worked on as well as the technology that exists that is making it easier to solve what used to be cold cases.  They also do a good job of delving into the mind and history of the attacker, attempting to figure out why he did what he did.  In today’s climate, books like this are important and this one is so incredibly well written.  Also, there are some amazing female detectives out there that we never get to hear about.

4-stars

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