The Last Murder: The Investigation, Prosecution, and Execution of Ted Bundy

This eye-opening book uses the case of Ted Bundy to show how a case against a serial killer is investigated, how problems common to such cases are overcome, and how the prosecution team marshals and presents the evidence at trial. * Major figures in the investigation and prosecution vetted the descriptions of events in which they were involved * Extensive newspaper clippings, the prosecution trial brief, the FDLE case file, and portions of the actual trial transcript served as sources of reference for the book * Illustrated with photographs of evidence, crime scene diagrams, and charts demonstrating the relationship of various items of evidence