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Publisher's Summary

The best of this year's true crime writing from master true crime authors RJ Parker, Peter Vronsky, JJ Slate, Sylvia Perrini, and Michael Newton, who give us nine new shocking case accounts of serial killers.
Cesar Francesco Barone: Convicted in four rape/murders but suspected in many more, Barone briefly shared a cell with Ted Bundy and claimed to have been "tutored" in murder by the notorious serial killer.
William Mentzer: an enigmatic serial killer and a drug syndicate hitman, at one time an associate of Charlie Manson, identified by David Berkowitz (Son of Sam) as a satanic cult figure and recently named as a suspect in the notorious, still unsolved Zodiac Murders in San Francisco.
Myra Hindley: the most reviled woman in the UK, the female partner of serial killer Ian Brady. Known as the Moors Murderers, the couple raped and murdered at least five children from 1963 to 1965.
Arthur Shawcross: a necrophile cannibal serial killer who, after raping and murdering two children in his hometown, served 14 years before being paroled into the community of Rochester, where he proceeded to murder 12 women.
Allan Legere: the Monster of the Miramichi, one of Canada's most brutal serial killers who, while serving a prison term for murder, escaped to terrorize the province of New Brunswick, murdering another four people in a seven-month rampage.
Charles Sobhraj: nicknamed "The Serpent" and "The Bikini Killer", targeted naïve, young tourists on the Hippie Trail through Turkey, Greece, Thailand, India, Pakistan, and Nepal.
Robert Ben Rhoades: the Truck Stop Killer, convicted in the torture, rape, and murder of three women but suspected in 50 murders along the US interstate system.
Dana Sue Gray: a female serial killer who atypically targeted strangers, elderly females whom she strangled rather than using poison, the female serial killer's choice weapon.
Robert Hansen: Alaska's notorious "Butcher Baker" who lured as many as 30 women to his remote hunting cabin, where he released and then hunted them like wild game before raping and killing them.
©2015 RJ Parker Publishing (P)2015 RJ Parker Publishing
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2 out of 5 stars
By Kait on 01-28-16

Narrator was awful, subject matter was lacking.

Would you try another book from the authors and/or Don Kline?

If Don Kline is narrating, I am not buying.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

I did not make it to the end, the narration was unbearable.

What didn’t you like about Don Kline’s performance?

Its like he has the inflection down perfectly, but doesn't understand how, when, & where to use it. I am actually familiar w/ this narrator as I have listened to the book's previous edition. I knew what to expect so it shouldn't have been difficult to adapt to his style of speaking.
It was HARDER. So much worse than Book 2 (2015).
I had difficulty following the story.
His inflection emphasized points that weren't there & deemphasized names, key phrases, punctuation, ect.
At one point, I had to double check to see if he had started a new chapter.. nope. still Chapter 1.

The narration made the story confusing, at times mistakenly irrelevant, & eventually useless. This doesn't even belong in the free "white noise" category, unless you enjoy being infuriated.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Anger at it's purpose, sadness that I purchased this, & disappointed to see great writing wasted on the narrator.

Any additional comments?

Unless someone can find a version NOT narrated by Don Kline, read it yourself.

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3 out of 5 stars
By R. Batts on 06-13-16

worst reader ever!!!

His reading takes an interesting subject and turns it BORING. This was my first reading into this genre but if this is an example of the readers used I may have to rethink my decision. I'll give a couple more books a try before making my final decision.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 07-11-17

first audible book for me

This was my first book and what a great intro to Audible. Fascinating read for those interested in true crime.

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