The Only Living Witness: The True Story of Serial Sex Killer Ted Bundy

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Authorlink, Jul 19, 1999 - True Crime - 344 pages
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Michaud and Aynesworth are a reporter and an investigator team who interviewed serial killer Ted Bundy while he was on death row in Florida. This volume chronicles his activities throughout several states but is at its best in a long section of transcripts from the interview in which, while he never admits his quilt, Bundy offers vivid details of the crimes and commentary on the mindset of a serial killer. This revised edition includes some additional information. --publisher.

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This book is different from other books about this killer because it is more matter-of-fact and does not seem to attempt to spin a more sensitive tack to it. The abductions are better documented and ... Read full review

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Really interesting and informative without being lurid. I'm very interested in psychopathology and wondering how "bad guys" go bad or if they were born bad. Ted Bundy is obviously one of the most ... Read full review

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Stephen G. Michaud has written extensively on criminal justice topics. His previous books include "Lethal Shadow", a study of sexual sadism, and "The Only Living Witness", an acclaimed portrait of serial killer Ted Bundy that the "New York Daily News" listed as one of the ten best true-crime books ever.

Four-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, bureau chief of both Newsweek and the Washington Times, and investigative team leader for ABC's 20/20, Hugh Aynesworth was a thirty-two year old reporter for the Dallas Morning News when JFK's visit to Dallas ended in tragedy. His coverage of the assassination, the trial of Jack Ruby, and the conspiracy flurry that followed earned him two Pulitzer nominations and recognition as one of the most respected authorities on the Kennedy assassination. His reportin of Martin Luther KIng;s assassination, the 1993 Branch Davidian standoff and fire, and the 1995 bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City marked his career advancement from a small-town sports editor to bureau chief. Aynesworth is the author or coauthor of seven books, including The Only Living Witness and Conversatons with a Killer about serial murderer Ted Bundy. He has serves as President of the Dallas Press Club and the Press Club Foundation and has won over seventy local, regional, and national awards. Hugh Aynesworth lives in Dallas with his wife Paula, a sales executive at KERA and KXT North Texas Public Media.

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