National Writers Series: Paul Holes
Paul Holes is a retired detective who used DNA and genealogy technology to solve cold cases. His work led to the identification of the Golden State Killer and solving other high-profile murders. Since retiring, Paul has contributed to many books, TV programs and podcasts in the true crime genre. He has a new memoir, called “Unmasked: My Life Solving America’s Cold Cases.” Paul appeared at a National Writers Series event that took place at the City Opera House in Traverse City. He spoke with investigative reporter Paige St. John.