Long Haul: Hunting the Highway Serial Killers

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Price
$25.99  $24.17
Publisher
Mariner Books
Publish Date
Pages
272
Dimensions
5.75 X 8.5 X 0.9 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780063265158

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About the Author

Frank Figliuzzi was the assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI, where he served twenty-five years as a special agent and directed all espionage investigations across the government. He is an MSNBC columnist and a national security contributor for NBC News and MSNBC. He is the author of the national bestseller The FBI Way: Inside the Bureau's Code of Excellence.

Reviews

"This is a true crime masterpiece. Figliuzzi combines his career FBI agent's pursuit of investigative detail, with a journalism-like level of research and story-telling." -- Don Winslow, #1 bestselling author of The Force, The Cartel, and City on Fire

"In his groundbreaking new book, former FBI special agent Frank Figliuzzi does the digging that few in law enforcement have done: he spent countless hours on the road with truckers, examining the dark underbelly of long-haulers who prey on women and girls - and the online sex trafficking culture surrounding these crimes that is a nationwide epidemic. Figliuzzi's work highlights how sex traffickers exploit the weaknesses of local police - and what an elite FBI unit is now doing to combat it." -- Julie K. Brown, Miami Herald investigative journalist and author of Perversion of Justice: The Jeffrey Epstein Story

"Figliuzzi takes us on a frightening and compelling journey on America's highways, where serial killers have been hunting vulnerable prey and law enforcers seek to catch them. A revealing look at something most Americans would never guess: as many as 800 murder victims are believed to be traced to a tiny subset of long-haul truckers who have turned into isolated sociopaths and stealthy killers." -- Carol Leonnig, Washington Post investigative reporter, four-time Pulitzer Prize winner, #1 bestselling author of Zero Fail: The Rise and Fall of the Secret Service

"Long Haul is unlike anything I've ever read before. Figliuzzi is an amazing writer whose real-life characters seem to leap out of a Hollywood movie script. As Frank rides shotgun in a semi driving cross country, we learn a hidden world of truck driving serial killers, the heartbreaking stories of their victims, and the men and women who have dedicated their lives to finding and stopping them. This is the underbelly of a world we would otherwise never know." -- John Miller, former NYPD Deputy Commissioner and CNN Chief Criminal Justice and Intelligence Analyst

"Frank's finger is on the pulse of a visceral fear every woman who has ever driven alone on a dark highway has felt: danger. In Long Haul he shines his unflinching spotlight on the voiceless victims of human trafficking whose gruesome murders at the hands of long haul truckers and members of their subculture too often go unsolved. This first hand and expert account reads like a season of True Detective and will forever change your experience and awareness on America's highways." -- Nicolle Wallace, Host, Deadline White House, MSNBC; former Communications Director for President George W. Bush

"Shocking. . . . As Figliuzzi brings to light the important work of a little-known FBI investigative unit, he illuminates the dark underside of an industry that, while essential, is also brutal and unforgiving. Compelling reading for true-crime enthusiasts, especially those intrigued by the psychology of serial killers." -- Kirkus Reviews

"Figliuzzi examines in this rattling work of true crime the serial murderers crisscrossing America behind the wheels of big rig trucks. . . . His blend of thorough research and immersive storytelling takes readers deep inside the conundrum. It's fascinating stuff." -- Publishers Weekly