Six true-crime authors come together to present the second annual Serial Killers True Crime Anthology, which depicts 13 horrific cases of serial homicide told in detail. Each case will take the listener from the background of the serial killer to the crime scene, investigation, trial, and sentencing.
This year we bring you more riveting and gruesome serial killers from around the world.
Enjoy and be horrified!
©2015 RJ Parker Publishing, Inc. (P)2015 RJ Parker Publishing, Inc.
"As with Volume 1, Volume 2: Serial Killers True Crime Anthology is a welcome addition to the literature of true crime. Readers will be intrigued by old and new cases, elucidated by some of the most interesting writers in the business." (John Douglas and Mark Olshaker, Mindhunters )
I used to actually read books, held them in my hand, left grubby marks over the pages complimenting the coffee rings on the cover. No more
Enough detail about each killers backgrounds,their personalities and how peers viewed them without going on too much . Fabulously scary.
"Well written, disappointing oration"
The performance was stilted and so bad as to be distracting from the storyline. It sounded in parts as if he paused at line breaks instead of in relation to punctuation or narrative content. It sounded as if he was reading the material for the first time while recording.
Didn't finish listening because narrating was so awful. It was so distracting I couldn't concentrate on what was being said. I have never had this experience with a narrator before.
Maybe, if different narrator
Don Kline should only read at bedtime for his kids so the rest of us don't have to suffer. What a terrible narration!
"Great book, distracting narrator."
I loved that each chapter was a different individual, some longer than others. This made it intriguing to read, I was always looking forward to the next chapter.
Because each story was unique, there wasn't necessarily a single memorable moment. The book in its entirety was memorable.
Yes, the narrator was at times distracting. His kadence sounded.... like a bad...... William ...Shatner .. impression. Not to mention at really odd times. "Four hundred & sixty six..... dollars... or.... five hundred & thirty five... POUNDS." It was comical then annoying as it really distracts from the story. Also, his impressions of characters were at times inappropriate, specifically the woman yelling "oh my god" over & over. I thought it over-indulged.
"No lack of compassion "
narrator voice lacked any life in it , considering the fact that he was describing the horrific death of real victims there should have been a compassionate tone , No there wasn't just monotone voice . Was not happy with this purchase , At All !!
"Would get it again"
The Narrator horrible and annoying. Sounds like he is fat and out of breath.
He got to annoying at times to continue listening
very exciting book! detailed information on the crimes and it was scary to know that this was true life investigations. kept me on my toes.
"NARRATOR WAS HORRIBLE... couldn't even proceed"
NO....... NEVER.... in fact, I recommend this guy gets a new career, or some better coaching on how to narrate- his first performance I purchased was WORSE than this one, and ruined the story... I don't know how anyone can publish such a performance- doesn't anyone listen to the product before completion????
"the book is OK"
the narrator was interesting to listen to some of the stories didn't keep my interest some I heard of some I didn't overall I give the rating a 3 star I recommend the purchase but its not the best book I've ever read or listen to
"Great if you like true crime stories. I like the !"
it's like your looking over the shoulder watching as the crime happens For all true crime enthusiastic readers.
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