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Incredible book, I am blown away and shaking..
on May 2, 2014
This book starts at "interesting" and ends with "stomach lurching." I love how it covers so much of a history, diversity, and the detailing of serial murder in Canada and the recent media stories in BC.. From Robert Pickton, which I thought I had heard so much about but not really, to the last pages mention of Cory Legebokoff, now going to trial, this book had my stomach lurching on a few occasions. Names I remember in the media both from my hometown and in other provinces,from growing up and my teen years to just recently brings this so close to home. I thank the author for his work and dedicating for bringing this most encompassing read to print. I would love to see more books from him. To the families of the victims, the tragedies are not yet forgotten and to cases unsolved, its a reminder there still is hope.
One Error on the Highway of Tears section (seen on my ebook copy): Nicole Hoar disappeared while hitchhiking from Prince George, last seen on Hwy 16 West by the Mr. G's gas station, on her way to Smithers.. but book states Prince Rupert, this one reference is then followed by the Highway of Tears chart that clarifies she disappeared from Prince George.