Unlimited [Philosophy Book] ☆ When Nashville Bled: the untold stories of serial killer Paul Dennis Reid - by Judith A. Yates ↠

By Judith A. Yates | Comments: ( 395 ) | Date: ( Sep 17, 2019 )

He was evil personified In the Spring of 1997, a serial killer held Nashville, Tennessee in an icy grip of terror In February, he murdered two employees at a Captain D s restaurant In March, he struck a McDonalds just miles away, killing three people and maiming one In April, he kidnapped and slaughtered two Baskin Robbins employees.They called him The Fast Food KilleHe was evil personified In the Spring of 1997, a serial killer held Nashville, Tennessee in an icy grip of terror In February, he murdered two employees at a Captain D s restaurant In March, he struck a McDonalds just miles away, killing three people and maiming one In April, he kidnapped and slaughtered two Baskin Robbins employees.They called him The Fast Food Killer but his real name is Paul Dennis Reid, Jr When he was caught and sentenced to seven death sentences, yet a new chapter began in the saga of one of the most heinous serial killers in our time, and the people whose lives he cut short The victims were reduced to being called the victims of Paul Reid Until now Here, for the first time, and with the approval of the family and friends, are the stories of those innocent, young people whose lives were ended far too soon It is also the story of how a crime ripped a city apart.


  • Title: When Nashville Bled: the untold stories of serial killer Paul Dennis Reid
  • Author: Judith A. Yates
  • ISBN: 9781502773371
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments When Nashville Bled: the untold stories of serial killer Paul Dennis Reid

  • ♥ Marlene♥

    Wow. What a great read.I had never read anything by this author but darn she is good!Okay let me explain how she wrote this book.The book is divided in chapters in which you first get to know all the victims then she tells what happened to them. (the way I like it) She made me cry!!!!! You know I have read so many true crime books but she made me cry not just once but twice!!!I love how she acknowledge how bad the system in in America (Not just there, here it is the same)That it is all about pro [...]


  • Judith A.

    I am the author of this book. I worked closely with the families, friends, coworkers, classmates, and other people who knew the victims of Paul Reid, a serial killer who changed the way a city viewed itself and its people. A percentage of proceeds from this book will be donated to the Tennessee Chapter of Parents of Murdered Children in the names of the victims.


  • Gena Koehler

    I believe this is the first true crime I've ever read that has spent the majority of the book's focus on the victims and their families instead of the killer.


  • Valerity *

    I found this true crime book to be one of the more moving reads of the genre. The author did some excellent research, but also put the focus on reminding people who the victims of this tragedy truly were, and how their families suffered, and trying to keep the public's memory on them, rather than just the prolific serial killer, Paul Dennis Reid. Reid killed 7 employees of 3 fastfood restaurants in the Nashville area, and maimed another. These are just the killings he was convicted of, he is sus [...]


  • Jeanette

    So horribleYou never know when it could be you.This was a terrific read . It was good to get such a broad view of these missing loved ones. I could never imagine the death of a child. How some of these parents held it together was inspiring for me.As for the killer I don't believe a bad childhood makes you a murderer. You make yourself that way. With most people our conscience dictates how we react. This guy was just evil. Money ruled his life and that is sad.Thanks to the author for a truly goo [...]


  • Marty Hatcher

    This book provides enough information on the crimes and trials of serial killer Paul Dennis Reid to satisfy most true crime readers, but it's great strength lies in the empathetic telling of the stories of the victims and survivors of these crimes. Yates gives the victims and their families a voice, sharing their stories and bringing them to life. It is a moving tribute to those who were victimized by a heartless serial killer.


  • Bonnie Kernene

    This was an excellent book about the serial killer, Paul Reid. The focus of the book, besides the crimes, was the background information It was written well and well researched. The author made you feel as though you were a part of the lives of the victims and their families. She made the victims the center of attention. I would recommend this book to those who read true crime


  • Teresa Eversole-Coomer

    Interesting story about the lives of those killedThis was a different story about the lives taken by a serial killer and the impact on their families. While the book details the crimes, it delves more into the individuals who lost their lives and gives much more information about the ripple effect on their friends, family and loved ones.


  • Stella Gonzales

    Felt connectionA true crime book reader this has to be my first time that I felt so connected to the victim and their families. Ms Yates did a good job at making the me feel like I knew the victim and their family.


  • Theresa

    Heinous crimeThis was a very well written book that put a lot of emphasis on the victims and there families. It was good to get to know the victims as people and not just as victims. Paul Reid is one of the most horrible perpetrators of crime that I have ever read about.


  • Bonnie Eiben

    Senseless murdersThe scripture say: "Jesus wept" He did. His friend died.And here we have untold numbers of murder victims. He must still weep. This book shows humanity at its worst. God Bless the families of this demons victims.


  • E

    Discusses victims and lack of victims rights in detail. It is a shame that we recognize the killers names more quickly and more often than those of the victims.


  • Ronnie Cramer

    The book is overly long and the writing's not so hot, but I DO admire the author's commitment to focus on the victims and their stories rather than the perpetrator.


  • Lorie

    I found this bookvery difficult to rate. On the one hand it's definitely worth the time to read, on the other hand the authors goal, to give more note to the victims (for lack of a better description) than to the perpetrator, is admirable, however in doing so, became repetitived therefore bogged down the flow. I feel deeply for the families, as I too have lost a child.The matter of justice is obviously a slippery slope. Like Max who is wrongly imprisoned for the crime that Paul committed and oth [...]


  • Kristal

    This is an excellent book . I really enjoyed the way the author let's you know about the lives of the victims. I highly recommend this bookExcellent book so well written. I look forward to reading more books by this author . Even if you are not a true crime fan I think you would like this book .


  • Suzanne

    finished this last summer and think it is a well written true crime story of a series of chilling murders in Nashville, TN. How he was finally caught and the horrendous affect the deaths had on the victim's families is well told. Good research.


  • Koren

    Kudos to this author. You can tell she did a lot of research and interviews and that this story was not taken from newspaper articles and transcripts. Each victim has a story to tell. Sad that so many of them were such likeable people. This book is meticulous on detail but the trials are condensed nicely and not repetitious. The end of the book has an update on the family members and people that had a part in capturing the criminal. If you have an Prime membership this book was a monthly free p [...]


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