I Would Find a Girl Walking by Kate Kelly

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What made me kill and kill again?
I can't answer that except like this...

Culled from interviews with the lead investigator and the victims' families, and exclusive access to the killer, this is a revealing, shocking, and unflinching portrait of Gerald Eugene Stano, a man who fancied himself one of the greatest lady-killers of them all.


About Kate Kelly

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Diana Montane is a bestselling author best known for her most recent true crime bestseller, I Would Find a Girl Walking. A retired investigative journalist who spent decades covering Florida crime, Montane is also an accomplished playwright and retired theatre professor which helps her to bring book subjects and characters to full life. She lives in Florida where she is working on her next two books. Invisible Killer is Sean Robbins' inaugural entry into the world of true crime writers. A new talent, Robbins is a former music promoter. With an insatiable drive to create, he has written numerous short stories, poems, and screenplays. Invisible Killer is his first book co-authorship, launching his unflinching style. He resides in Daytona Beach, Florida, where he writes full-time.
Published April 5, 2011 by Berkley. 315 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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“Then I would go out riding around, and I would find a girl walking, and hopefully she would get into my car,” said Gerald Stano in a letter to Kathy Kelly in November 1985.

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