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Children Who Kill Audiobook

Children Who Kill: The Stories of 7 Children Convicted of Killing Their Parents

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This audiobook tells 7 horrific true crime stories of parricide, the killing of one's parent(s).

Until the last 25 years or so, no one even knew what the word parricide meant. Even today, parricide remains an area that has had very little research conducted to understand the reasons behind what would make a child commit such a crime.

In this thought provoking, thrilling true crime book you will get an insight and understanding of this topic that most people will never receive or thankfully, never experience.

This is book 2 in the True Crime Series by John Summit, and we invite you to listen to this one as well as the other true crime murder stories in this series.

©2012 John Summit and D & D Publishing (P)2013 John Summit and D& D Publishing

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    ""What a great way to botch a half decent book..."

    "If you enjoy narrators that make you want to drive nails into your own ears, then this is the book for you.
    My lord, I cannot understand this issue I find myself running into lately with the last several books I've been wanting to read/ listen to. "

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    "Not worth the time or money."

    I love to read true crime and I thought this one would be interesting. It just wasn't.

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