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Publisher's Summary

The Truro Murders presents the shocking true story of Christopher Worrell and his accomplice, James Miller. The events in this audiobook unveil one of the worst serial killing sprees in Australian history. Over the course of two months 1976-1977, seven young women were brutally raped and murdered.
Worrell and Miller met in prison and upon release developed a dominant and submissive relationship that centered around feeding Worrell's sadistic urges towards women. Miller would deny any involvement in the murders, claiming his love for Worrell was the basis for his cooperation and silence.
In the space of 12 months between 1978 and 1979, remains of two of the victims were found within one kilometer of one another. Police linked the two bodies with another five young females reported missing in the area. The police uncovered two more skeletons within the Truro region and now faced the difficult task of piecing together the evidence and finding the countries biggest serial killers.
The Truro Murders portrays the sex-fueled killing spree from the perspective of James Miller, the accomplice. Contained within this shocking true crime story are love, loss, manipulation, and extreme violence. If you are especially sensitive to accounts of suffering young females, it might be advisable not to listen to this audiobook. If, however, you seek to understand the darker side of human nature by coming face to face with it, then The Truro Murders is for you.
©2017 Ryan Green (P)2017 Ryan Green
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5 out of 5 stars
By Polly Poizendem on 12-02-17

Things We Do For Love . . .


Once again, a serial killers accomplice (who's point of view this is written from) seems to believe that because HE did not personally murder anyone, that HIS hands are clean. Yet despite his claims of innocence, James certainly did his fair share of enabling and helping the object of his desire, Chris. As if on a silent cue, he would walk away at the right moment, then return to help with the aftermath cleanup.

And thats okay to do if you really love someone, right? So James thinks.

James hopes that by doing this (time and time again!), Chris will *come around* and be his young lover. You ALMOST feel a drop of sympathy for him, as he willingly acts as a meek man-servant and driver for the bold and overly confident sadistic Chris...while he makes nightly trolls for women and deadly sex.

One murder after another, it seems as though they will NEVER get caught - until a sudden and VERY unexpected turn of events! I didnt see THAT coming at all!

I thought the narration was well suited to the story, and easy to listen to :)

I was provided this audiobook at no cost in exchange for an honest review.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Simone K on 12-21-17

Scary and Sad

To me, this is a story about a man who will do anything for love. James Miller, who is blinded by an unbreakable infatuation for Chris Worrell, literally stands by as Worrell does unspeakable, depraved things to seven young women. Miller is complicit in these murders because he cannot fathom his existence without the love of his life, even if that means taking an active part in finding and enticing his victims. I would recommend this book to fans of true crime that aren't sensitive to descriptions of extreme violence.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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