It starts with a missing girl, like those that are so often never found. And the beginning of the search brings us into the realm of Detective Steve Wendell.
As we move into the investigation and no trace of Brittany Rogers can be found, Wendell doesn’t give-in. It’s not obsession, but as a good cop, as a quiet intelligent man older than his peers, he needs in his bones to discover what happened to her.
This deep dive into the police procedural will bring you into the day-to-day and the grind. The rereading of interviews, the questioning of methods, all of it seeking the overlooked.
Mark Leichliter has written a definitive book and an addictive story, your desire to know and understand as strong as Wendells. Well recommended.
~ June Lorraine Roberts
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5 responses to “Mark Leichliter: The Other Side”
Nice review and forensic journaling.
Thank you, as always for your support 🙂
You are welcome June. Social science is interesting with observances through facts and or fiction. Awareness is no doubt a stronghold of defenses against insane social behaviors. Have a good weekend June. 💞🍮🍂🍮
Well stated, wait until you read today’s post 🙂