“Did you take any steps to tell anybody?” Nowak asked. “No.” “Nobody then?” Mailhot told Lee and Nowak that he never told anyone what he had done—not even ...
Author: Linda Rosencrance
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Category: True Crime
The Darkest Urge. . . To his friends and neighbors, Jeffrey Mailhot was an ordinary, law-abiding motorcycle enthusiast with a fondness for 80's rock 'n roll. But there was a dark side to Mailhot--and an urge he couldn't control... The Vanished Bodies. . . Rhode Island detectives knew they had a serial killer in their town. But the victims were women who lived and worked in a sexual underground--and whose bodies were never found. Then, prostitutes began to talk about a man who played too rough. Police arrested Jeffrey Mailhot, and an incredible duel of wits began... The Confession Of A Serial Killer. . . A brilliant police interrogation led to a chilling confession. Now, this insider's account of a modern-day Jack the Ripper takes us into the room where Jeffrey Mailhot, in his own words, told police how he killed women with his bare hands, cut their bodies into pieces, and then went out to kill again... Includes 16 pages of shocking photos! Linda Rosencrance has twenty years of experience as a reporter, writing for both The Boston Globe and the Boston Herald as well as many community papers in the Boston metropolitan area. She is the author of An Act of Murder and Murder at Morses Pond and has also written an anthology examining various crimes on college campuses. She lives in the Boston area. Edward Lee, Jr., has been a police officer in Woonsocket, Rhode Island since 1988. In 1997 he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and became patrol supervisor for the morning platoon. He went on to work as a Municipal and District Court Prosecutor as well as Sergeant in the Day Detective Division before being promoted to Lieutenant of the Day Platoon in October 2004. Promoted to Captain in June of 2006, Lee is responsible for the Uniform Division, which is the largest and most visible division of the Woonsocket Police Department. He lives in Massachusetts.