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review I've been watching you 107 ✓ [PDF / Epub] ☆ I've been watching you By Susan D. Mustafa – Citybreakscheap.co.uk I've Been Watching You The South Louisiana Serial Killerby Susan D Mustafa and Tony Clayton with Sue Israel I've Been Watching You The South Louisiana Serial Killerby Susan D Mustafa and Tony Clayton with Sue Israel.[PDF / Epub] I've been watching you By Susan D. Mustafa Citybreakscheap.co.uk I've Been.

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Been Watching You The South Louisiana Serial Killerby Susan D Mustafa and Tony Clayton with Sue Israe.

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review I've been watching you 107 Susan D Mustafa is the executive editor of Southeast News in Baton Rouge Louisiana She is the award winning co author of No Such Thing as Impossible From Adversity to Triumph written with Jairo Álvarez Botero and a freelance journalist for a variety of magazines throughout the South.

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  • Rachel Aranda

    review I've been watching you 107 I've been watching youThis is about one of the famous Louisiana serial killers Derrick Todd Lee who attacked and killed uite a few women in Louisiana I find it amazing how this man was able to get away with murder for so many years because of the Baton Rouge Police Department focusing on white men as their main suspects If it wasn't for a brave woman named Dianne Alexander and her son for enlightening the police on which direction to go in this man might not have ever been caught The police were looking for a white man but Mr Lee is black It’s very depressing and scary to think about this man still being around Louisiana or anywhere else in soc


  • Lady ♥ Belleza

    review I've been watching you 107 I've been watching youIn my review of Dismembered I wrote that there were three serial killers in Baton Rouge at one time One was Sean Vincent Gillis another one was Derrick T


  • Lala

    review I've been watching you 107 I've been watching youI'm very torn about the review I want to give this book On one hand I can't stand it On the other I couldn't put it down I think I will have to accept that my feelings are a combination of the two I grew up in south Louisiana just 35 minutes from Baton Rouge during the reigns of Derrick Todd Lee Sean Vincent Gillis The Jennings Killer Jeffrey Lee Guillory and Ronald Domingue I don't remember much about the early years of the hunt for the serial killer who would turn out to be Derrick Todd Lee I was only 10 at the time I was in my senior year of high school when DTL was convicted of two of the 7 murders he committed I was less than a year away from starting my college career at LSU It was a huge relief But unfortunately there are some things you never forget and the fear that crippled south Louisiana for nearly a decade did not simply disappear when he was sentenced to death I first c


  • Nancy Lockett

    review I've been watching you 107 I've been watching youIt was really weird extra eerie reading thislocal places people I knowa terror I watched envelop our community and an investigation I followed with frustration I didn't totally like the writing styletoo much of what they were thinking and who really knows decided to finally read it after Derrick Todd Lee died


  • Koren

    review I've been watching you 107 I've been watching youThis is about a serial killer Derrick Todd Lee who killed uite a few women in Louisiana I like how this book is laid out with individual chapters for each victim Very well written and organized There is some interesting trivia here I did skim the trial a bit but otherwise an interesting true story


  • Katie

    review I've been watching you 107 I've been watching youI did like that they seemed devoted to expressing the story of the victims giving them a voice that had been stolen from them Overall though this book fell flat for me I think there was a bit of a disconnect for me due to it coming from multiple authors some chapters felt like a completely different writing style that didn't always jive well or make sense together It was a very simple chronological layout of events and while it at times expressed things from the perspective of Lee and what the killer might have be


  • Ronnie Cramer

    review I've been watching you 107 I've been watching youAlso known as BLOOD BATH; this is about an interesting case a serial killer in the Baton Rouge area though the book seems aimless at times as if trying to find its' voice too many cooks in the kitchen perhaps I DO appreciate the focus on the victims and their families even though their journal entries are often tough to read


  • Terri

    review I've been watching you 107 I've been watching youDerrick Todd Lee is a monster For years he terrifying the women of South Louisiana And he didn't fit the invesitgator's profile so he kept killing But one man wouldn't give up until he was in jail An excellent and horrifying read


  • Pixismiler

    review I've been watching you 107 I've been watching youI only have it 3 stars because its about a serial killer It really is a good book I read it on the daily commute to and from the prison that I worked at where DTL is locked up Very interesting read


  • Kathy

    review I've been watching you 107 I've been watching youA very good true story though disturbing and scary to think serial killers are just among the regular people in life nobody suspects them It is amazing hoe long it takes for them to be caught They blend in like ordinary people