Trails of Death by Fred Rosen
The True Story of National Forest Serial Killer Gary Hilton

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Trails of Death is the explosive chronicle of America's only known national parks serial killer, Gary Michael Hilton. Hilton struck in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina before he was finally caught. The author explores the crimes in detail with full cooperation from the victim families and brings readers into what makes a latelife serial killer through interviews with those who know him. Readers will also hear from the lead investigator who finally tracked Hilton.

About Fred Rosen

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A former NY Times columnist, Fred Rosen writes about crime with a distinct voice, at once cynical but hopeful. Through the thirteen murder investigations he has taken part in, he has come to believe that the answers to the crimes of the present always lie in the past.Mr. Rosen is the author of 10 works of true crime, including Lobster Boy, for which he can be seen regularly as the on-air commentator on the “E!: True Hollywood Story” episode of “Lobster Boy.” Born to the Mob, co-authored with Frankie Saggio, was published in trade paper in June, 2004 by Thunder’s Mouth Press and sold out its first printing in four months. Prior to that Mr. Rosen’s Evil Mother was published in April, 2004. Mr. Rosen is also a filmmaker with associate producer credit on the award-winning 1999 documentary Pitch People. He has an MFA from the prestigious USC Film School and currently teaches Criminal Justice and Film at Ulster County Community College.
Published September 6, 2011 by Titletown Publishing, LLC. 326 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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While I took author Fred Rosen to task for his last book, I must give him kudos and applause of his new book Trails of Death about the Hilton case.

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