Nobody’s Women: The Crimes and Victims of Anthony Sowell, the Cleveland Serial Killer

(Penguin/Berkley 2012)

For two years, women kept disappearing from the streets of Cleveland, and few noticed. They were mostly damaged goods; drug users, prostitutes and denizens of the dark. One more thing they had in common was ’Tone, the affable ex-Marine/ex-con who lived at 12205 Imperial in the heart of one of the city’s worst neighborhoods. It all came together late in October 2009, when police acting on a search warrant in a sex crimes complaint against Sowell found bodies in his apartment. Nobody’s Women tells the story of how it all came to be.




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