As idyllic as Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley may be, there is a dark side: serial killers, mass murderers, outright hits, high profile familicides and domestic homicides. In the context of some of these incidents, forensics expert Katherine Ramsland, along with Northampton County Coroner Zachary Lysek, describe what it's like to be a death investigator in the Lehigh Valley. Murder in The Lehigh Valley introduces the reader to some of the areas most infamous and fascinating crimes historical and contemporary. The authors have included a list of unsolved murders compiled in 1999 by the Northampton County DA. Perhaps a reader holds the missing clue to solving one of these cases. Murder in The Lehigh Valley is a well-researched book, which will appeal to true crime fans and anyone who is intrigued by murderers, their crimes and their victims. Youll want to lock your doors and sleep with the lights on! Katherine Ramsland holds graduate degrees in forensic psychology, clinical psychology and philosophy. Dr. Ramsland is chair of the Social Sciences Department at DeSales University, where she teaches forensic psychology and criminal justice. She has published more than 33 books and 800 articles covering a diverse array of topics, including serial killers, forensics, vampires, ghosts, and witches. A former writer for Court TVs Crime Library, Dr. Ramsland has had the opportunity to study and analyze murder cases on an international level. Zachary Lysek has been the coroner for Northampton County since 1992. Prior to his appointment to coroner, he served as a police officer, diener, medical investigator, security manager and deputy coroner.
Used availability for Katherine Ramsland's Murder in The Lehigh Valley
September 2008 : USA Paperback
August 2017 : USA, Australia, Canada, UK Kindle edition