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by Anthony Hornus,Ralph Roberts,Pat Roberts


Anthony Hornus, Ralph Roberts, Pat Roberts. An Ordinary Killer adeptly captures the ultimate success story in the intriguing world of forensic science and investigation.

Anthony Hornus, Ralph Roberts, Pat Roberts. This amazing three-fold journey leads us over twenty-eight years and from the beginnings of two very important investigative techniques DNA technology and the behavioral approach to criminal psychological profiling to the arrest of a sadistic, predatory killer.

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Published by ALEXANDER BOOKS, United States (2008). ISBN 10: 1570902453 ISBN 13: 9781570902451. The story also delves, in chilling detail, into the dark side of a man who could have been your next-door-neighbor. 6.

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An Ordinary Killer by Anthony Hornus (2008-09-30) Paperback – 1783. by Anthony Hornus (Author).

Anthony "Tony" Hornus was a high school classmate of Dawn Magyar

Anthony "Tony" Hornus was a high school classmate of Dawn Magyar. He later became a reporter and covered the case for years for the Argus-Press (Owosso, Michigan). Based on his work, he wrote and co-directed the film An Ordinary Killer (2003), based on Magyar's murder. Jeff Kennedy also directed. The film starred Terence Knox, Dennis Haskins and Dan Haggerty Hornus self-published a related book on this case, also entitled An Ordinary Killer (2008), developed from his screenplay and repor.

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An Ordinary Killer adeptly captures the ultimate success story in the intriguing world of forensic science and investigation. This amazing three-fold journey leads us over twenty-eight years and from the beginnings of two very important investigative techniques — DNA technology and the behavioral approach to criminal psychological profiling — to the arrest of a sadistic, predatory killer. Anthony Hornus’ work takes a rare, compassionate look at detectives and families inside the oftentimes personally frustrating world of homicide investigation. The story also delves, in chilling detail, into the dark side of a man who could have been your next-door-neighbor. --Robert K. Ressler, Criminologist, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (Ret.); credited with coining the term “Serial Killer”

An Ordinary Killer epub download

ISBN13: 978-1570902451

ISBN: 1570902453

Author: Anthony Hornus,Ralph Roberts,Pat Roberts

Category: Bio and Memoris

Subcategory: True Crime

Language: English

Publisher: Alexander Books (September 30, 2008)

Pages: 372 pages

ePUB size: 1979 kb

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Rating: 4.1

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Marilore
Enjoyed this book because I remembering it happening here in my hometown. Was well written and enjoyed reading it. The local author did a very good job.
Marilore
Enjoyed this book because I remembering it happening here in my hometown. Was well written and enjoyed reading it. The local author did a very good job.
Bort
I recommend this well-researched book, purchased from Amazon and delivered quickly. Read 'Ordinary.' Your level of crime awareness will thank you. Partway through reading it I put the book aside to recover from the overriding temptation to lock the doors and never venture out again. This may be the only book written on the incident. There is also a movie of the same title. Content would improve by using the real name of towns involved, but the author has an extraordinarily good grasp of the story and related background material.
Bort
I recommend this well-researched book, purchased from Amazon and delivered quickly. Read 'Ordinary.' Your level of crime awareness will thank you. Partway through reading it I put the book aside to recover from the overriding temptation to lock the doors and never venture out again. This may be the only book written on the incident. There is also a movie of the same title. Content would improve by using the real name of towns involved, but the author has an extraordinarily good grasp of the story and related background material.
AfinaS
Having been raised in the same area as Tony, and having been involved in the search for "Dee" (Dawn Magyar), I fail to see the reason for changing the name of a few small communities when the principal cities around them are named. I understand the reasons Tony gave at the beginning of the book but I dont agree with them. Anyone can Google the situation and get all the details. Tony does a great job of tieing up the story into a single source and i applaud it but I am proud of Owosso, Corunna and Chesanning and feel they have suffered by being given "Canadian" names in leiu of their own. Its been 35 years since Dawns death and i think we are all adult enough, certainly by now, to read the truth about our towns and what happened. I know, and so does Tony, that locals were upset with him but I feel that, other than changing some names, everything else should have been straight up. Its damn difficult to read Ottawa where is should say Owosso!
AfinaS
Having been raised in the same area as Tony, and having been involved in the search for "Dee" (Dawn Magyar), I fail to see the reason for changing the name of a few small communities when the principal cities around them are named. I understand the reasons Tony gave at the beginning of the book but I dont agree with them. Anyone can Google the situation and get all the details. Tony does a great job of tieing up the story into a single source and i applaud it but I am proud of Owosso, Corunna and Chesanning and feel they have suffered by being given "Canadian" names in leiu of their own. Its been 35 years since Dawns death and i think we are all adult enough, certainly by now, to read the truth about our towns and what happened. I know, and so does Tony, that locals were upset with him but I feel that, other than changing some names, everything else should have been straight up. Its damn difficult to read Ottawa where is should say Owosso!