Cold Storage Mass Market Paperback – Nov 1 1999
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About the Author
Don Lasseter has authored a dozen true crime books and more than fifty magazine articles. Lasseter's television appearances include A&E's "American Justice and Biography," Court TV, the Discovery Channel, and CSPAN's Book TV. He is a resident of Orange County, California. --This text refers to an alternate Mass Market Paperback edition.
Top Customer Reviews
It is although this type of true stories that you wish would never happen to anyone. Denise Huber was unlucky to be at the wrong place at the wrong time, and God knows what really happened to her. What is sure is that the poor girl must have been terrified, and been through a lot of pain.
This story is tragic, although, even if in a way justice has been done, Denise will sadly never come back. I just hope that this story will help prevent such horrible crimes.
Don is right to raise awareness about cases like these, so that it never happens again to anyone, and hopefully, do that it can help other similar cases to be solved.
I would imagine such books are difficult to write because the author has to keep an objective view of the facts, and at the same time, living the pain, stress, emotions, trauma, of the parents & friends of the victim. It is a tricky exercise that Don is very good at. Keep up the good work, and good luck !
Denise Huber was an exceptional person. Although I never met her, I feel the world has suffered by losing her. What a wonderful family she has. My heart goes out to them.
Everyone should read this book. It lets you know the families, and it takes you through the investigation and the trial - every aspect interesting. You can tell there was tremendous research done with the entire book. This is one book I will keep and re-read.
Most recent customer reviews
Yes I did already write a review and to this day - I do think of you Denise - God bless you family - Ill see you in Heaven someday - I love you ! Read morePublished on Sept. 11 2001 by ELAINE
This book starts out with some promise. The first section is devoted to the life of Denise Huber, the victim in this case. Read morePublished on May 23 2001
i was involved lookin for the young woman in the book, and had several friends that new her. the book is excellently written but very tragic cuz of her violent death highly... Read morePublished on Sept. 26 2000
This book was very well written and kept me hooked from page 1 to the end. It's horrifying in the sense that something like this could (and does) happen anywhere and to anyone! Read morePublished on April 22 1999