The name of Paul Holes should be recognized by any true crime enthusiast. His work with the notorious Golden State Killer case has become widely known since he helped capture Joseph James DeAngelis, a man that was hunted for nearly half a century. This memoir is a candid look at Holes life and career, mostly his career because he has been unapologetically a workaholic. Holes shares his story with a raw honesty, discussing his struggles to be a good husband and father while also speaking for those who’ve had their lives stolen from them. I cried the day they announced that the alleged GSK was arrested and watched the press conference with voracious interest. This look into the back end of how the law enforcement process works, including how back fighting and ego boosting can cause a barrier for justice.