- ISBN: 9781497658592 (electronic bk)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: New York : Open Road Media, 2014.
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For weeks that fall, the body count of sexually violated, brutally murdered young women escalated. With increasing alarm, Los Angeles newspapers headlined the deeds of a serial killer they named the Hillside Strangler. The city was held hostage to fear. But not until January 1979, more than a year later, would the mysterious disappearance of two university students near Seattle lead police to the arrest of a security guard-the handsome, charming, fast-talking Kenny Bianchi-and the discovery that the strangler was not one man but two. Like Truman Capote in In Cold Blood and Norman Mailer in The Executioner's Song, Darcy O'Brien weds the narrative skill of an award-winning novelist with the detailed observations of an experienced investigator to unravel, in The Hillside Stranglers, the chilling true-crime story of Bianchi and his animally magnetic cousin Angelo Buono. Compellingly, O'Brien explores the symbiotic relationship between the two men, their lust for women...
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