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    Free I've been watching you AUTHOR Susan D. Mustafa free download Ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB é Susan D. Mustafa Susan D. Mustafa é 7 free read This is about one of the famous Louisiana serial killers Derrick Todd Lee who attacked and killed uite a few women in Louisiana I find it amaz

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    Free I've been watching you AUTHOR Susan D. Mustafa In my review of Dismembered I wrote that there were three serial killers in Baton Rouge at one time One was Sean Vincent Gillis another one was Derrick Todd Lee; AKA The Baton Rouge Serial Killer; AKA The South Louisiana Serial Killer the third was nicknamed the Prostitute Killer I don't think he was ever caught Sean Vincent Gillis mainly preyed on women that he thought would be missed women that 'were already dead' at least to him Lee t

  3. says: Free I've been watching you AUTHOR Susan D. Mustafa free download Ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB é Susan D. Mustafa

    Free I've been watching you AUTHOR Susan D. Mustafa I'm very torn about the review I want to give this book On one hand I can't stand it On the other I couldn't put it down I think I will have to accept that my feelings are a combination of the two I grew up in sout

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    Free I've been watching you AUTHOR Susan D. Mustafa Susan D. Mustafa é 7 free read It was really weird extra eerie reading thislocal places people I knowa terror I watched envelop our community and an investigation I followed with frustration I didn't totally like the writing styletoo much of what they were thinking? and who really knows??? decided to finally read it after Derrick Todd Lee died

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    free download Ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB é Susan D. Mustafa Susan D. Mustafa é 7 free read review I've been watching you This is about a serial killer Derrick Todd Lee who killed uite a few women in Louisiana I like how this book is laid out wi

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    Free I've been watching you AUTHOR Susan D. Mustafa I did like that they seemed devoted to expressing the story of the victims giving them a voice that had been stolen from them Overall though this book fell flat for me I think there was a bit of a disconnect for me due to it coming from multiple authors some chapters felt like a completely different writing style that didn't alwa

  7. says: review I've been watching you Free I've been watching you AUTHOR Susan D. Mustafa Susan D. Mustafa é 7 free read

    Free I've been watching you AUTHOR Susan D. Mustafa Also known as BLOOD BATH; this is about an interesting case a serial killer in the Baton Rouge area though the book seems aimless at times as if trying to find its' voice too many cooks in the kitchen perhaps? I DO appreciate the f

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    free download Ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB é Susan D. Mustafa Susan D. Mustafa é 7 free read Free I've been watching you AUTHOR Susan D. Mustafa Derrick Todd Lee is a monster For years he terrifying the women of South Louisiana And he didn't fit the invesitgator's profile so he kept killing But one man wouldn't give up until he was in jail An excellent and horrifying read

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    Free I've been watching you AUTHOR Susan D. Mustafa free download Ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB é Susan D. Mustafa review I've been watching you I only have it 3 stars because its about a serial killer It really is a good book I read it on the daily commute to and from the prison that I worked at where DTL is locked up Very interesting read especially whe

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    review I've been watching you Susan D. Mustafa é 7 free read Free I've been watching you AUTHOR Susan D. Mustafa A very good true story though disturbing and scary to think serial killers are just among the regular people in life nobody suspect

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review I've been watching you

review I've been watching you Susan D. Mustafa é 7 free read I've been watching you characters ô 7 They Knew He Was Out ThereHe took his time He watched his victims and chose carefully Then he struck each attack brutal than the last By the time detectives arrived all they found were gruesome crime scenes of bloodied brutalized bodiesThey Knew He Would Strike AgainFor than ten years in south Louisiana the killings went o. I m very torn about the review I want to give this book On one hand I can t stand it On the other I couldn t put it down I think I will have to accept that my feelings are a combination of the two I grew up in south Louisiana just 35 minutes from Baton Rouge during the reigns of Derrick Todd Lee Sean Vincent Gillis The Jennings Killer Jeffrey Lee Guillory and Ronald Domingue I don t remember much about the early years of the hunt for the serial killer who would turn out to be Derrick Todd Lee I was only 10 at the time I was in my senior year of high school when DTL was convicted of two of the 7 murders he committed I was less than a year away from starting my college career at LSU It was a huge relief But unfortunately there are some things you never forget and the fear that crippled south Louisiana for nearly a decade did not simply disappear when he was sentenced to death I first came to learn of this book soon after it was published I was home from LSU and my mom was reading it Later I saw my dad reading it At the time I said that I wanted to read it but it was misplaced for several years and I forgot about it I found the book a couple months ago When DTL died last week I decided to finally read it I have a few personal ties to the law enforcement individuals mentioned in the book which gives the book a slightly personal feel I have nothing but respect for Tony Clayton having grown up down the lake from himOkayenough of my rambling My main problem with this book is that the writing is not the best Susan Mustafa and Sue Israel were writers for a small Baton Rouge serial I contribute this to some of my perceived failings This is not the type of thing they were used to writing I felt there were a few issues with the flow of things Each chapter seemed to be of a standalone Also the story of DTL his victims and the investigation was not told in chronological order I felt like things jumped around I know this was done so that each chapter could focus on one thing and then be done with it and move on but that made reading difficult in my opinion By the end I just wanted to sit down at my computer and re work the entire book in chronological order With this type of thing it is very hard to determine what really happened and how it happened but there are some things that are indisputable I read the chapter on Eugenie Boisfontaine and then began watching Killing Fields on the Discovery Channel which is all about solving her murder The facts in the show and the facts in the book do not line up This makes me wonder if the research for this book wasn t as intense as it could have been which then brings all the other chapters into uestion I choose to hope that this story is as true as it can possibly be

free download Ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB é Susan D. MustafaI've been watching you

review I've been watching you Susan D. Mustafa é 7 free read I've been watching you characters ô 7 N Task forces were formed The killer even spent time in jail But that wouldn't stop the bloodshed One victim was stabbed with a screwdriver 83 timesBut They Couldn't Stop Him Until Was Too LateHe was a father A husband A co worker And a killer Derrick Todd Lee was ultimately convicted of two savage murders and tied to at l. I did like that they seemed devoted to expressing the story of the victims giving them a voice that had been stolen from them Overall though this book fell flat for me I think there was a bit of a disconnect for me due to it coming from multiple authors some chapters felt like a completely different writing style that didn t always jive well or make sense together It was a very simple chronological layout of events and while it at times expressed things from the perspective of Lee and what the killer might have been thinking as he stalked raped and murdered these women Just felt like it was overly simplistic in its approach Focus was given to the victims and what we as society lost when we lost each and every one of them which is definitely important but the draw of these books at least for me is often the chance to take a glimpse into the mind of a killer and to try and understand how people like that exist Also the vengeance and desire for retribution is sated in reading of his prosecution and successful conviction and sentencing to death row If you re looking for a good true crime novel I would look for it elsewhere Even this specific story is probably covered in as much detail somewhere else

Susan D. Mustafa é 7 free read

review I've been watching you Susan D. Mustafa é 7 free read I've been watching you characters ô 7 East seven From the slender trace of DNA that finally nabbed him to the courageous prosecutors who took him down in court this is the shocking story of a homicidal maniac hiding in plain sight and an evil that could never be washed awayIncludes 16 pages of shocking photographs Previously published as I've Been Watching You. Also known as BLOOD BATH this is about an interesting case a serial killer in the Baton Rouge area though the book seems aimless at times as if trying to find its voice too many cooks in the kitchen perhaps I DO appreciate the focus on the victims and their families even though their journal entries are often tough to read

  • Paperback
  • 346
  • I've been watching you
  • Susan D. Mustafa
  • English
  • 03 February 2020
  • 9780786021338