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Murder of the Banker’s Daughter; I thought this was very interesting. The narrator was easy to listen to and it felt as if the story was on a news magazine, like Dateline, instead of a novel. It is also short enough to listen to in a single sitting which is a good thing sometimes. I would recommend this book to someone looking for an interesting short read.
What was the most compelling aspect of this narrative?
Fans of true crime stories will love this audiobook by best-selling author and award-winning criminologist R. Barri Flowers.<br/><br/>With her great narration Angel Clark takes the listener back to Los Angeles, California in December 1927, when Marion Parker, a daughter of a well-known banker was picked up from school for a seemingly legitimate purpose. By chance, the twelve year olds sister looked on never guessing that it would be the last time she would see her twin alive…<br/>The details of this abduction and the horrific brutal slaying of this innocent young girl, despite her parents best efforts rocked America. <br/><br/>The manhunt, capture, trial and verdict seized the attention of the public and brought home the vulnerability of the nation’s children.<br/><br/>This is a really interesting short story which I had never heard of before and the author has included extracts from other stories at the end,<br/>
Which character – as performed by Angel Clark – was your favorite?
I thought that Angel Clark's narration as very good for this book.