Catch Me If You Can: A California Saga of Murder, Greed, and Two Heroic Detectives True Crime Avon Books. Horror Book Review
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Darkbound is an amazing book. Michaelbrent Collings outdid himself with this book. It is not at all what I thought it would be. I took three nights to finish this book because I stayed up way past my bedtime. Darkbound was so suspenseful that I just kept on reading to…
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Two days after Easter 1992, in the Fresno, California neighborhood of Sunnyside, homicide detective John Souza walked into a beautiful home and found ugliness within.Dale Ewell, a successful airplane dealer, his wife Glee and his daughter Tiffany had all been efficiently gunned down. It appeared they had interrupted a burglary. But Souza and his fellow detectives suspected that the crime scene was staged, that the murders instead wre carefully planned, and that the motive was a simple one: money.
Souza soon turned his eyes on the family’s surviving son, Dana, a college student who wore expensive suits, told expensive lies, and talked openly about taking over his father’s business and his father’s life. But police couldn’t tie Dana to the crime. Weeks stretched into months, and as Dana investigated how he could get his hands on his father’s millions, a fierce duel began between the cold-blooded rich boy and the working-class detectives. For three years, Souza and Curtice kept at the case, relentlessly chasing even the tiniest leads. And for three years, Dana taunted them, daring the police to catch him…if they could.