Summary

Chris Dorner was a cop with the LAPD who was fired after reporting that his training officer beat up a handcuffed, nonresisting suspect. He appealed. Lost. Then snapped. In his manifesto that he posted on Facebook, he vowed to kill those associated with his being fired as well as their families. His first victims were the daughter of the LAPD lawyer who represented him and her fiancé. This recent case from 2013 includes some graphic scenes, including the all-out manhunt for Dorner and his controversial death.
This is the first book in the Recent True Crime Cases series by Peter Vronsky and RJ Parker, VP Publications, an imprint of RJ Parker Publishing.
©2016 RJ Parker Publishing (P)2016 RJ Parker Publishing
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3 out of 5 stars
By happyjo on 10-07-18

Serial killer and racism

This book was different from what I expected. It was straight forward and dry, it could have benefited from more description and information on the story.

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