How Sherlock Holmes Deduced “Break The Case Clues” On The BTK Killer, The Son of Sam, Unabomber and Anthrax Cases
With Analysis on The Mad Bomber and The Unsolved L.I. Gilgo Beach Murders
About the Book
This is not fiction. This is the true story of how a former New York City Police Captain of Detectives used his extensive knowledge of the deductive methods of Sherlock Holmes to provide the FBI and other agencies with “break the case” clues to some of the most baffling and horrific criminal cases of the last half century.
Not only does the author provide “break the case” clues to The Unabomber, BTK Killer, and Son of Sam cases, but on the Anthrax Killer case he has uncovered a secret code, one not found by the FBI, which will re-open the debate on the FBI’s closing of the case as solved.
If you love detective stories, be they true or fiction, or a true crime deductive challenge, you shouldn’t miss this fascinating journey with the author and the World’s Greatest Detective, Sherlock Holmes.
About the Author
Tom Walker is a friend of the Baker Street Irregulars. He is a retired police captain and the author of 6 books including Return to Fort Apache. He lives in the Bronx with his wife Mary and 5 children.