The Paradiso Files: Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer

☆ The Paradiso Files: Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer Ò Timothy M. Burke ☆ The Paradiso Files: Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer Ò Timothy M. Burke - The Paradiso Files: Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer, The Paradiso Files Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer In this bold and suspenseful true crime story former homicide prosecutor Timothy M Burke makes his case against one Leonard Paradiso Lenny The Quahog was convicted of assaulting one young woman and p

  • Title: The Paradiso Files: Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer
  • Author: Timothy M. Burke
  • ISBN: 9781586421403
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Hardcover

☆ The Paradiso Files: Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer Ò Timothy M. Burke - The Paradiso Files: Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer, The Paradiso Files Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer In this bold and suspenseful true crime story former homicide prosecutor Timothy M Burke makes his case against one Leonard Paradiso Lenny The Quahog was convicted of assaulting one young woman and p

The Paradiso Files: Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer, ☆ The Paradiso Files: Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer Ò Timothy M. Burke, The Paradiso Files: Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer, Timothy M. Burke, The Paradiso Files Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer In this bold and suspenseful true crime story former homicide prosecutor Timothy M Burke makes his case against one Leonard Paradiso Lenny The Quahog was convicted of assaulting one young woman and paroled after three years but Burke believes that he was guilty of much that Paradiso was a serial killer who operated in the Boston area and may. ☆ The Paradiso Files: Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer Ò Timothy M. Burke - The Paradiso Files: Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer, The Paradiso Files Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer In this bold and suspenseful true crime story former homicide prosecutor Timothy M Burke makes his case against one Leonard Paradiso Lenny The Quahog was convicted of assaulting one young woman and p

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The Paradiso Files: Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer

Comments The Paradiso Files: Exposing an Unknown Serial Killer

  1. I picked out this book from the hundreds of shelves at the library because I have always loved watching Law and Order SVU and different documentaries on serial killers and learning about the psychology behind their thinking I looked up the words serial killer into the computer at the library and The Paradiso Files was one of the first to pop up I read a short description and was instantly captivated by the subject of this book, Leonard Paradiso, and the choices he had made in the 1970 s and 80 s [...]


  2. This guy Paradiso was a real creepy guy and it s just amazing that he didn t get caught for so many years His crimes were unreal, but what was unreal was the fakey and sometimes hokey way the prosecutor and author described his and his friend s interactions This excessive detail unnecessary and uninteresting really did take away from the latter part of the book, as it was so irritating Still, the story amazes It s sad that such horrible people can get away with such gruesome things and go on fo [...]


  3. A vile, hideous, but ultimately satisfying read I spent a lot of the first third of the story wanting to slam the book shut because they were having me spend so much time with the rapist killer but when the police and prosecutors moved into the picture and started assembling a case against him, I was greatly relieved, knowing that there are such good, dedicated people working to make things right.


  4. What an incredible book Reading it from the perspective of a former victim witness advocate, I have a great deal of appreciation and love in my heart for the author, Tim Burke We may never know officially if The Fat Man killed Joan Webster, but Burke made it his mission to put a sadistic, misogynistic monster away forever, definintely saving lives while he avenged those Paradiso took away.


  5. I loved this book Of course, I am emotionally connected to any parent who is suffering as these people are and coming from Hamilton, I remember the day they found Joan Webster s body like it was yesterday This book was so informative for those of us who are not of that world.


  6. A great book about a terrible tragedy This was a very good story that keep you interested throughout Thank god there are hard working district attorney s and dedicated law enforcement people out there doing the tough job, to take care of people like Paradiso.


  7. Fast movingParadiso sounds totally depraved I feel sorry for his girlfriend The book is very well written It kept my interest and never slowed down.


  8. This was better than expected, and being from the area very engrossing The raw images of this murderer were hard to forget and I recommend to anyone interested in true crime, forensics, etc.




  9. The truth does eventually surface There are things only family might know Mr Burke s account is distorted and glosses over glaring inconsistencies with the facts surrounding the Joan Webster case This is an open murder investigation and Burke does not support his allegations with information that remains in police files Her case is a topic on numerious discussion boards It would be beneficial for readers to learn the facts and circumstances in the case instead of swallowing Burke s implausible e [...]


  10. This was a fascinating read with an interesting subject, a horrifying set of murders, and a lot of great quips about Boston at one point the author gave a shoutout to the bar that serves my favorite veggie burger in town, and I was super thrilled I was distracted by the constant use of nicknames like Ponytail and the use of Hizzoner to refer to a judge Regardless, the book delivered on what I was hoping for a gritty, distracting novel about crime in Boston.


  11. Author Tim Burke spent years in the front lines bringing the worst criminals in the Boston area to justice In this compelling story, he relates the true tale of Lenny The Quahog Paradiso, a first hand account of the downfall of one of the monsters who victimize so many innocent people in our world Sad, but true, it is a book that clearly paints a picture of how one the worst creatures of society took a murderous toll on many unfortunate women.


  12. 3.5 stars Interesting story, but really started to drag on about halfway through the book Also got tired of hearing about what song was playing in the background every 3 pages or so Could have been a lot shorter.





  13. Very interesting book that looks into the mind of serial killer Lenny Paradiso Boston circa 1980 s and the work that went into his capture.