Cold Cases: A True Crime Collection: Unidentified Serial Killers, Unsolved Kidnappings, and Mysterious Murders (Including the Zodiac Killer, Natalee Holloway's Disappearance, the Golden State Killer and More) (Paperback)
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Discover the fascinating true crime stories of JonBenét Ramsey, the Black Dahlia, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum theft, the Amber Alert case, the Cleveland Torso Murders, and more—a must-read for murderinos, armchair detectives, and online sleuths of all kinds!
From mystifying heists to shocking murders, Cold Cases: A True Crime Collection features case file facts, fascinating details, and chilling testimonies of the world’s most famous cold cases. Written for true crime junkies who love to speculate on the facts and theories surrounding their favorite cases, this book reads like you’re having a conversation with a friend or listening to your favorite crime podcast. Each chapter delves deep into the facts, while also illuminating the many theories surrounding these mysteriously fascinating cases:
- The Zodiac Killer
- The disappearance of Natalee Holloway
- The murder of JonBenét Ramsey
- The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist
- The Kingsbury Run murders, aka the Cleveland Torso murders
- The Black Dahlia murder
- The Freeway Phantom murders
- D. B. Cooper’s airplane heist
- The Amber Alert case (the death of Amber Hagerman)
- The Golden State Killer
About the Author
Raised on an early diet of Nancy Drew novels, Cheyna Roth has always had a deep fascination with crime and a good mystery. A prosecuting attorney at the age of twenty-four, Cheyna started out wanting to put the dregs of society in jail. But she soon learned that the criminal justice system is far from black and white. Cheyna became a journalist in 2016. She started out in public radio as a political reporter for the Michigan Public Radio Network and has been a guest on popular shows such as 1A, Here and Now, and All Things Considered. Now Cheyna is an investigative journalist for The Grand Rapids Press and MLive. Her work has also been featured in Broadly, Bustle, and on NPR. Cheyna is also an adjunct professor of journalism and law at Aquinas College.