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The Re-Killing of Greyeyes: The Trilogy of a Single Death
Mark Nosack  More Info

About the Sandy City Police Department

The Sandy City Police Department employs over 115 sworn police officers and 50 civilian personnel. 

Lieutenant Mark Lee Nosack (ret.) of the Sandy Police Department (Utah) has over 30 years of law enforcement experience.  He has a BA in Law Enforcement, a BA in Psychology and a Master’s in Criminal Justice.  Lieutenant Mark Nosack (ret.) is considered an expert training in: Interview and Interrogation; Domestic Violence; Child Abuse; Sex Crimes; and, Homicide investigations.  He currently runs a private investigator business in Utah.  Mark Nosack is the author of The Re-Killing of Greyeyes.

 

According to the book description of The Re-Killing of Greyeyes, “on the same night that author Mark Nosack graduated from the Utah Police Officers Academy in 1979, Marilyn Greyeyes left a party and disappeared. Just days later, two little girls discovered her nude and horribly mutilated body on a barren hilltop. The murder investigation went on for months but was finally closed due to lack of evidence.

 

In 1984, young detective Mark Nosack picks up the cold case and starts a new investigation. Among the evidence, he discovers a small piece of metal that the original investigators couldn't identify. Nosack realizes the item is a gun's trigger guard, and he begins searching for the matching gun.

 

In a bizarre twist of events, Detective Nosack finds the gun, and it eventually leads to Marilyn Greyeyes's murderer. But Nosack soon discovers that it takes more than a murder weapon to put a killer behind bars.”

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