Have you ever wondered what it is like to walk in the shoes of a homicide detective? Do you like learning about the evidence as if your were involved in the investigation yourself?
Now you can.
"Ken Lang is the real deal--a cop with chops!" ~Julia Spencer-Fleming NY TIMES BESTSELLING MYSTERY AUTHOR
AWARD WINNING AUTHOR & DETECTIVE
Life as a homicide detective is a fast-paced whirlwind down death’s corridor.
In the final installment of an extraordinary glimpse into the innermost workings of a homicide unit, Death Comes Uninvited carries you through the rigorous pace of a homicide detective’s life. Race from scene to scene with the detectives in ten different cases as evidence leads these detectives throughout one of the most violent cities in the country—Baltimore. As detectives rush under the gun to identify and capture these ruthless killers, pressure from the administration builds to a contentious boiling point that leaves unrest within the unit.
AUTHOR AND DETECTIVE, REALLY!?
Ken Lang is a former homicide detective and an award-winning author of several true crime books, including Walking Among the Dead: True Stories from a Homicide Detective. In 2011 he was named one of 50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading by The Author’s Show.
He resides in North East, Maryland with his wife and three children.
ACTUAL HOMICIDE CASES
The cases captured in this revealing read are not only true crime cases, but they are actual cases Ken Lang worked when assigned to the homicide unit as a detective.
"This book is a captivating book because not only am I sharing with you actual death investigations that we handled in the unit, but I also thrust you into the dramatic scene as detective personalities clash with one another. This book is the stark truth about working in such a demanding unit." - Ken Lang
A SILENT CONTRIBUTION
Since its release, Walking Among the Dead: True Stories from a Homicide Detective has become more than a fascinating true crime read. It is regarded as a contributing source for:
Collegiate Criminal Justice Students
Criminal Justice Professors
Forensic Science Students
Parents of Murdered Children
Recently, Ken's writing about his homicide investigations was featured in the school newspaper for the Law School at the University of Athens, Greece. Furthermore, more than true crime fans are buying this book. It was recently discovered that parents of murdered children whose cases remain unsolved have been flocking to this book and taking notes in the margin in an effort to find new avenues that may reopen their loved ones case.
MORE THAN JUST A "TRUE CRIME" READ
Whether you enjoy reading true crime, learning about the forensics employed in today's investigations, or love the thrill of chasing down a killer, this is your chance to walk in the footsteps of a homicide detective and see these crimes from a whole new perspective.