A Serial Killer's Daughter: My Story of Faith, Love, and Overcoming

Written by:
Kerri Rawson
Narrated by:
Devon O'day

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
January 2019
9 hours 7 minutes
What is it like to learn that your ordinary, loving father is a serial killer?

In 2005, Kerri Rawson opened the door of her apartment to greet an FBI agent who shared the shocking news that her father had been arrested for murdering ten people, including two children.

That's also when she first learned that her father was the notorious serial killer known as BTK, a name he'd given himself that described the horrific way he committed his crimes: bind, torture, kill. As news of his capture spread, the city of Wichita celebrated the end of a thirty-one-year nightmare. For Kerri Rawson, another was just beginning.

In the weeks and years that followed, Kerri was plunged into a black hole of horror and disbelief. The same man who had been a loving father, a devoted husband, church president, Boy Scout leader, and a public servant had been using their family as a cover for his heinous crimes since before she was born. Everything she had believed about her life had been a lie.

Written with candor and extraordinary courage, A Serial Killer's Daughter is an unflinching exploration of life with one of America's most infamous killers and an astonishing tale of personal and spiritual transformation.

A Serial Killer's Daughter will give you the encouragement you need to learn how to:

- Pick up the pieces of your life when everything falls apart
- Begin to heal from the long-lasting effects of violence
- Trust that light will overcome the darkness

Kerri Rawson's story offers the hope of reclaiming sanity in the midst of madness, rebuilding a life in the shadow of death, and learning to forgive the unforgivable.
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all over the shop..

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I thought it was good but maybe a bit repetitive. Narration could have been bette.

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Loraine M.

The story rambled on and on in a very tedious and boring way. I kept waiting to get to the “good part”, but it never came. I couldn’t even finish listening. That aside, The narrator Read the book as though she were reading it to a child.

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Peggy G.

Although the authors childhood was interesting as a contrast to what her father did, it would have been more effective if it was shorter!! I felt like her perfect childhood droned on and on, and then when she was told the charges against her father, she again compares her ideal childhood and times to each murder. Maybe it was a better 'read', than audiobook, because I felt the 9 hours of her wonderful childhood was a bit much!!

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