#12 What It’s Like To Meet a Serial Killer – Ken Davis

Desiree Duffy talks with Ken Davis about Books That Make You know what it’s like to meet a serial killer.

Books written by journalists and news people tend to be some of the most interesting. These people are on the front lines experiencing the stories you read in the paper and see on the news. They can get close to the action, get to know the players intimately, and uncover aspects to stories like no one else. They can even come face-to-face with a serial killer, but live to tell about it.

Ken Davis is a multi-Emmy Award-winning producer, writer, and on-air reporter. He has worked for all the major TV networks in news and entertainment. Ken began his career as the nation’s youngest TV news anchorman. He went on to have wild adventures with everyone from superstars to serial killers during his four-decade career.

His memoir, In Bed with Broadcasting is a backstage pass into the world of broadcasting and is chock-full of exclusive, behind-the-scenes adventures with the famous and infamous.

This is a book you can’t put down. It has stories about:  Mae West, Phil Spector, Walter Cronkite, Barack Obama, Julie Louis-Dreyfuss, Henry Fonda, Bill Cosby, and many more public figures.

Check Out More Episodes: Books That Make You Podcast

Join the Conversation


Is there a well-rounded list of books on your shelf? In addition to all those motivational and success books, do you branch out and read other topics? What about fiction?

Reading is good for your brain. Whether you are young, old, or in between, there are plenty of benefits to sitting down with a good book. Let’s explore some of

Deborah M. Pratt was co-creator and co-executive producer and the head writer for the hit TV show, Quantum Leap. A visionary who imagined a myriad of scenarios that challenge humanity,