Ted Bundy's Murderous Mysteries by Kevin Sullivan
WildBlue Press: 4/23/19
eBook review copy; 364 pages
Ted Bundy's Murderous Mysteries by Kevin Sullivan is the highly recommended fourth book in his series about the serial killer. The first three books are The Bundy Murders, The Trail of Ted Bundy and The Bundy Secrets.
In this third volume, Sullivan shares inside, unpublished information,
documents, case files, and interviews he has collected in his research.
The complete files bring to light additional facts that never made it
into the other three books.
While this fourth volume can be read by anyone who has some
familiarity with the Bundy case, it will be better appreciated by those
intent true crime aficionados who have seriously studied every aspect of
the serial killer and his murders. Sullivan does, however, do an
excellent job assisting the reader in following along and putting this
new information into context of previous published information. He also
adds additional information about the victims and a potential victim.
Sullivan has said that this will be the last Bundy book and completes
his extensive true crime investigative series, but it should be noted
that he is clearly an expert on Bundy at this point so one never knows
what the future holds. In any case, his final volume on Bundy wraps up
years of research and information and will be a must read for those who
follow the case of this horrific serial killer.
My review copy was courtesy of WildBlue Press.