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by Tim Potter,Hurst Laviana,L. Kelly,Roy Wenzl

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ISBN:
0061246506
Author:
Tim Potter,Hurst Laviana,L. Kelly,Roy Wenzl
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Language:
English
Publisher:
William Morrow (June 12, 2007)
Pages:
352 pages
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Rating:
4.9
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This book details the 31 year career of a wicked serial killer. It not only gives details of the crimes but the utter frustration of the police trying to catch this killer. Overall it's a good read.

Roy Wenzl, Tim Potter, L. Kelly, and Hurst Laviana are award-winning journalists for The Wichita Eagle, and are all intimately acquainted with the BTK case through the Eagle. This book details the 31 year career of a wicked serial killer. The details are laid out.

Bind, Torture, Kill: The Inside Story of BTK, the Serial Killer Next Door. Wichita Eagle journalists Wenzl, Potter, Kelly, and Laviana spent decades covering the murders; their correspondence with BTK ultimately led to his capture

Bind, Torture, Kill: The Inside Story of BTK, the Serial Killer Next Door. By Roy Wenzl, Tim Potter, L. Kelly, and Hurst Laviana. Wichita Eagle journalists Wenzl, Potter, Kelly, and Laviana spent decades covering the murders; their correspondence with BTK ultimately led to his capture. Bind, Torture, Kill: The Inside Story of BTK, the Serial Killer Next Door.

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Roy Wenzl, and Bind, Torture, Kill tells the story of Dennis Rader, a hopeless horny sex . This book is the inside story of BTK the serial killer Dennis Rader who terrorized the residence of Wichita, Kansas for 31 years. I don't really like the way this book is put together.

Roy Wenzl, and Bind, Torture, Kill tells the story of Dennis Rader, a hopeless horny sex addict who kills women for his women for his pleasure. The book is set in Wichita, Kansas in 1974, when the first family was victimized by the insane killer. it has good information in it but for me personally this book comes off as a cops and robbers book in the form of a true crime novel. but instead of being like a real true crime novel where there is plot and story interweaved into the facts, this one is.

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Bind, Torture, Kill: The Inside Story of the Serial Killer Next Door takes readers behind closed doors, revealing the full and horrific tale as seen through the eyes of the killer, his victims, the investigators.

Bind, Torture, Kill: The Inside Story of the Serial Killer Next Door takes readers behind closed doors, revealing the full and horrific tale as seen through the eyes of the killer, his victims, the investigators, and the reporters who covered it all. Bind, Torture, Kill is written by four award-winning crime reporters for The Wichita Eagle with the enthusiastic help of Wichita police lieutenant Ken Landwehr and his BTK Task Force

For thirty-one years, a monster terrorized the residents of Wichita, Kansas. A bloodthirsty serial killer, self-named "BTK"—for "bind them, torture them, kill them"—he slaughtered men, women, and children alike, eluding the police for decades while bragging of his grisly exploits to the media. The nation was shocked when the fiend who was finally apprehended turned out to be Dennis Rader—a friendly neighbor . . . a devoted husband . . . a helpful Boy Scout dad . . . the respected president of his church.

Written by four award-winning crime reporters who covered the story for more than twenty years, Bind, Torture, Kill is the most intimate and complete account of the BTK nightmare told by the people who were there from the beginning. With newly released documents, evidence, and information—and with the full cooperation, for the very first time, of the Wichita Police Department’s BTK Task Force—the authors have put all the pieces of the grisly puzzle into place, thanks to their unparalleled access to the families of the killer and his victims.

  • Foiuost
BTK is one of those True Crime books about serial killers that spends more time on those involved in apprehending the killer (law enforcement and media, mainly) than on the motivations and personal life of the serial killer, and for those looking to dwell in the dark and murky details of the deviant murderer’s inner mind (not that that’s a bad thing, mind you), this can be somewhat of a disappointment. Those expecting to spend excessive time on BTK’s origins and double-life as a sex crime serial killer and beloved father and respected member of the community will find themselves instead delving deep into the lives and relationships of those members of the police force and news media that spent decades documenting his crimes and tracking him down. This is not a knock against the book, which is expertly researched and presented, but rather a warning for those looking to become more “intimate” with BTK.

The book follows the history of the BTK saga chronologically – with the occasional flashback – starting with his first kill, and to the book’s credit, the murders are described in full as they occurred, so the reader is not left to puzzle over the crime scenes along with the detectives and reporters. There are probably other books out there that focus more on the killer and his acts, but the attention to the law enforcement side offers greater detail to the extent of the manhunt, the obstacles it had to overcome, and most importantly, gives a greater appreciation as to why it took decades for them to finally track down a killer who turned out to be far less intelligent than most assumed. The book is detailed without dwelling masochistically on those details, and the occasional sidetracks the narrative takes lend a human depth to the perception of the side of the story that receives less of the spotlight. A great read that manages to be informative without descending into morbidity. Bonus points for a brief but rather unflattering behind-the-scenes cameo by John Walsh and his America’s Most Wanted sideshow.
  • Arashitilar
I thought the authors of this true crime novel did an awesome job. It isn't easy writing about murderers with gruesome personalities, but the authors were able to pull this off without leaving you with nightmares. Their straight forward depiction of the facts and the lengthy time frame in which this serial killer was investigated until he was brought to justice kept you turning the page, eager to learn more. I have either began or read other true crime novels, but so far none have compared to this one. This book is definitely a great read, as you can get into the mind of the killer, learn what happened to victim's families after the fact and know what the cops and detectives are thinking professionally and personally. Bravo.
  • Thorgaginn
This book is the inside story of BTK the serial killer Dennis Rader who terrorized the residence of Wichita, Kansas for 31 years.
I don't really like the way this book is put together. it has good information in it but for me personally this book comes off as a cops and robbers book in the form of a true crime novel. but instead of being like a real true crime novel where there is plot and story interweaved into the facts, this one is put together with just plain fact telling. There really doesn't seem to be a story to be told. Every chapter is a different fact about the case.
The book revolves around the police and their case against BTK and their eventual capture of him. It seems to me like just a list of dry facts represented in chapters. Perhaps it was written this way because it was actually written by the four crime reporters who covered the story.
The photos add to the facts and to the horror of the facts themselves. it is just a pity that they are in black-and-white and so small that you can barely see things such as blood stains on the walls and items used in the murders. This book should really be in larger print then a mass-market paperback.
I wouldn't normally recommend a book like this but the reasons that I have listed I do not like the book are reasons that somebody else may indeed like it. So with that in mind, I would recommend this book to people who like cops and robbers, mystery, and true crime.
  • Freaky Hook
This book gets 5 stars, it is a view of BTK from the cops side. It is nice to get an inside look at the investigation and the arrest. Anyone interested in BTK, killers, or true crime, I would recommend you read this book.
  • Malien
A well written novel on many levels. Wichita is my hometown; it was nostalgic to revisit the mid-western city once again through my now jaded eyes. I definitely got the feel of basic goodness which is known better as red neck culture to those who have no innocence, let alone innocence lost. My mother lived in Wichita during some of these killing years and I remember how fearful she was. For good reason as it turns out. The final announcement of BTK's capture is so typically hickey and so Kansan that you can't help but cringe. At the same time, Kansans laugh at themselves. It is said if you can live in Kansas, you can live anywhere. But they see humor in themselves and thrive on it. So much for atmosphere; the crimes are well described with enough detail for all but the most blood thirsty. It has shades of "In Cold Blood", not that it strives for imitation, but the people and places are basically cut from the same cloth in both books. BTK is a very scary example of how a murderer can kill so easily while living undetected among us.
  • Arcanescar
Serial killers often fascinate us. Why is that? I suppose because they are not like us. So brutal and vile. Yet we are intrigued nonetheless because of the evil they are. The BTK killer was no exception. A wicked and evil man who murdered 10 people just for his own fantasies.

This book details the 31 year career of a wicked serial killer. It not only gives details of the crimes but the utter frustration of the police trying to catch this killer.

Overall it's a good read. The details are laid out. BTK was nothing more than a coward who deserves to die for his crimes. His death would be celebrated.