Evil Next Door: The Untold Stories of a Killer Undone by DNA

Evil Next Door: The Untold Stories of a Killer Undone by DNA❤ Evil Next Door: The Untold Stories of a Killer Undone by DNA pdf ⚣ Author Amanda Lamb – Bluevapours.co.uk A brutal murder An abundance of DNA evidence A three and a half year search for a killer who was always so close yet untouchable After the rape and murder of Raleigh, North Carolina, resident Stephani A brutal Door: The MOBI · murder An abundance of DNA evidence A three and a half year search for a killer who was always so close yet untouchable After the rape and murder of Raleigh, North Carolina, resident Stephanie Bennett, police had ample DNA evidence They also had a Evil Next Epub / suspect the man next door But for than three years, he eluded them by refusing to hand over a DNA sample, wiping down anything he touched and even planting decoy samples This is the gripping story of how a team of detectives finally tripped him up and Next Door: The PDF/EPUB ¼ brought closure to an innocent young woman s family.

Amanda Lamb Door: The MOBI · is a veteran television crime reporter, author, and blogger for an award winning NBC affiliate in the southeast She has published eight books in dramatically different genres from true crimes to touching and humorous memoirs From murder cases to motherhood, Amanda examines life through Evil Next Epub / the lens of a curious journalist who is constantly observing and documenting everything in her pathShe is excited to announce her first work of fiction, Dead Last, will be published in the spring of by Torchflame Books As a journalist, she can only report about ten Next Door: The PDF/EPUB ¼ percent of what she knows, but her novel will peel back the veil and give readers an intimate peek into the world of television news through the eyes of a crime beat reporter with a mysterious backstory of her own While the people and stories in the book are fictional, they are based on loosely on many real life scenarios Amanda has encountered in her three decades in the trenchesAmanda s three true crime books include Love Lies, the saga of a young mother who disappeared after her husband said she went jogging and never returned home In a desperate search for the truth, her friends and family circle the wagons demanding answers answers that ultimately expose a grim tragedy in the small, idyllic southern town Evil Next Door features the story of a brutal rape and murder case Amanda covered as a news reporter The victim, a young woman who was just beginning to live into her potential, was stalked and killed by a suspected serial killer who left copious amount of DNA in his path, but little else for investigators to go on They play a dangerous of game of cat and mouse with the killer trying to lure him into their trap Deadly Dose is a true crime story about a young popular promising scientist who was poisoned by someone in his inner circle A dogged, old school investigator refuses to give up in his relentless pursuit of the truth, a truth fargruesome than anyone imaginedHer memoirs include The Living Room which chronicles her day journey caring for her mother who was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor In the midst of tragedy, Amanda learns how to live from her dying mother The darkness is tinged with light as her mother s departure becomes a celebration of a life and an inspiration to those around herAmanda s parenting memoirs include I Love You to God and Back which chronicles her young daughter s prayers giving the reader a glimpse into the way adults see the world through a child s eyes There is also a companion child s book of the same title Girls Gone Child chronicles Amanda s daughters sometimes outrageous journey out of babyhood into childhood with their mother as their imperfect but always loving tour guide Her first book, Smotherhood Wickedly Funny Confessions from the Early Years is a collection of irreverent, humorous anecdotes about being a working mother in the twenty first century This book received critical acclaim that landed her an appearance on The Today ShowAmanda has written a parenting blog for nearly a decade for her station, WRAL Readers have followed her family s journey from the baby years through the teen year It appears every Monday and is called Go Ask Mom In her thirty years as a professional journalist, Amanda has developed a reputation as the go to reporter for networks seeking credible feedback and interviews on high profile murder cases She makes regular appearances on crime magazine shows on networks such as Discovery Investigates, Biography AE and OxygenForinformation on Amanda and her work go to her website alambauthor You can also find her on Facebook WRAL Amanda Lamb or stagemight , Twitter alamb , or Instagram wralamandalamb.

Evil Next Door: The Untold Stories of a Killer Undone by
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Evil Next Door: The Untold Stories of a Killer Undone by DNA
  • Amanda Lamb
  • English
  • 09 December 2019
  • 0425233340

10 thoughts on “Evil Next Door: The Untold Stories of a Killer Undone by DNA

  1. Jill Crosby says:

    I thought this was going to be a run of the mill true crime story, cops prosecutors hot on the trail of a prolific serial rapist murderer Instead, I was introduced to one of the STRANGEST criminals I ve ever encountered in all my true crime travels I shelled out 4 stars alone for the author s examination of the killer s bizarre personal social behaviors I thought this was going to be a run of the mill true crime story, cops prosecutors hot on the trail of a prolific serial rapist murderer Instead, I was introduced to one of the STRANGEST criminals I ve ever encountered in all my true crime travels I shelled out 4 stars alone for the author s examination of the killer s bizarre personal social behaviors

  2. Danette says:

    This book was well written I usually read Ann Rule When I ve tried other true crime writers I am not always satisfied with the flow of the book or the tone But Amanda Lamb did an excellent job This particular true crime book really focused on the police work and on the emotional strain everyone connected with the crime felt It didn t go deeply into the lives of the people involved, as in how the main participants grew up, family history, etc as Ann Rule often does So the over all book was This book was well written I usually read Ann Rule When I ve tried other true crime writers I am not always satisfied with the flow of the book or the tone But Amanda Lamb did an excellent job This particular true crime book really focused on the police work and on the emotional strain everyone connected with the crime felt It didn t go deeply into the lives of the people involved, as in how the main participants grew up, family history, etc as Ann Rule often does So the over all book was not as big, but I did like it.My only issue was that I got the Kindle edition and there were no pictures I had to search the internet to find pictures of the people discussed in the book

  3. ♥ Marlene♥ says:

    This book was a decent read Not a 5 star book though as many people ongave it but overall it was interesting.It was well written but at the end you still are left with many questions You do know though cause you will be told many a times that the victim was an angel and I am cool when a writer says that but not constantly please This was a senseless crime and after I finished reading I am still left with many questions as were the detectives and family I give it 3.5 stars

  4. SouthWestZippy says:

    Stephanie Bennett was raped and murdered and police had ample DNA evidence at the crime scene The main focus of the is the investigation It took three years to get the DNA evidence from the suspect to link the him to the crime Held my interest all the way to the shocking ending.

  5. Leslie says:

    Good true crime story that takes place in the South Fair warning you may not want to be home alone after you read this.

  6. Lisa Millett says:

    HeartbreakerThis is the second book I have read by this author and I truly admire her writing style She managed to totally cover the brutality of this sadistic, unforgettable rape and murder but she also humanizes the victim and her family I truly appreciate any true crime author that has this ability to talk about such a horrendous event and at the same time give you such insight into the true hero or heroine of the story, the victim Often true crime books will only detail the crime, the mur HeartbreakerThis is the second book I have read by this author and I truly admire her writing style She managed to totally cover the brutality of this sadistic, unforgettable rape and murder but she also humanizes the victim and her family I truly appreciate any true crime author that has this ability to talk about such a horrendous event and at the same time give you such insight into the true hero or heroine of the story, the victim Often true crime books will only detail the crime, the murderer and just mention the victim in passing as just a number This author has done an amazing job of covering all aspects of this truly outrageous, disgusting crime I highly recommend this book to all true crime readers

  7. Robert says:

    He was the killer next door.He was hidden in plain sight, and he escaped justice by taking his own life but that was because he was a complete coward dDrew Planton has a special place in hell for losers like him I remember when this case happened and it was and still is a sad affair Amanda Lamb does a fair job making sense of it all, but she isn t Ann Rule An okay read about a shocking case.

  8. Rachel says:

    What a sick individual.Reading about killers like this is proof Evil walks the Earth Hands down one of the best true crime books I ve read If you are a fan of true crime then you need to buy,borrow,check out or steal this book and read it and then read it again.

  9. Katrin says:

    Good book but sometimes all the investigation leading up to it was a bit much.

  10. Stacy says:

    The star of this story wasn t the use of DNA to solve the crime, but dogged persistence by the detectives in this case After the case went cold, and the lead detective retired, the new leads started over from scratch They discovered that the original composite sketch was not very reliable and had caused them to eliminate some possible suspects One of the suspects acted very peculiar He refused to submit a DNA sample, he didn t leave out his garbage for collection, he fastidiously cleaned up The star of this story wasn t the use of DNA to solve the crime, but dogged persistence by the detectives in this case After the case went cold, and the lead detective retired, the new leads started over from scratch They discovered that the original composite sketch was not very reliable and had caused them to eliminate some possible suspects One of the suspects acted very peculiar He refused to submit a DNA sample, he didn t leave out his garbage for collection, he fastidiously cleaned up his work area before he left every day, and even threw away his restaurant utensils in the bathroom because he was extremely paranoid

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