What could be more frightening than the inevitable release of a serial killer?
A former police officer of 30 years, author Rod Sadler draws on his experience and relationships with the key people involved in the investigation, prosecution, and the defense of East Lansing serial killer Don Miller.
Due to pending changes in Michigan law, Miller could be released as soon as next year when he becomes eligible for parole.
Miller was arrested for the attempted murder of two teenagers in 1978. However, the police quickly realized he was probably responsible for the disappearance of four women.
"Most people had forgotten this," Sadler said. "When Miller gets released, those teenagers will relive that day and each subsequent year. He could be your neighbor."