Echols a Relentless Hunter
A must get Book Basset Hounds Community Blog Recommended I have a lot of respect and admiration for Police Officers.They risk their lives in a daily basis for our protection.Thank you Ramon Diaz
Using DNA technology Echols and investigators were able to identify Krajcir as Sheppard’s killer with only a small trace of DNA evidence. Krajcir’s subsequent confession in the Sheppard case led investigators to look at similar cold cases in the region, which eventually led Krajcir’s confession in eight other murders and countless rapes in four states.
Echols credits the advance of DNA technology and the help of countless investigators, crime lab experts and law enforcement officials in four states in solving the cold cases.
“How do you like a book like this?” Echols said. “It is nonfiction, written from the perspective of an investigator. The story’s never been told, nothing’s been written from the investigators perspective.”
Author Paul Echols, a retired Carbondale police lieutenant and will be at the following book signings.
1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at Barnes and Noble in Carbondale.
6:30 p.m. March 15, a public reception and book signing, followed by a presentation by Echols will be held at the Shawnee Community College campus in Anna. Books will be available to purchase.
For Information in hoe to get your copy please visit: