Last Meal

  • by Paul Ibbetson
  • Narrated by Molly King
  • 6 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In 1873, the largest serial-killing spree in American history happened along the Osage Trail in Kansas. The family would later be identified as the Bloody Benders. Unlike most criminals of their time, they escaped and were never caught. This true history is now captured in a gripping fictional tale that takes the horror of murder on the plains to a dark new level.

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Pretty darn good

How could I resist a telling of the Legend of the Benders? It starts so well then the fictional part of the book pops up and ruins the plot ( for me ) BUT it is fascinating to listen to on a dreary winter day - an introduction to an early serial killer "family" that escaped - where after leaving Kansas - no one to this day has discovered where they went. Not gory or creepy, really just interesting.
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- Donna

Very interesting story

I had heard the story of the Benders before. This book had a lot of interesting backstory I'd never heard before. I listened to the audio version narrated by Molly King who did a good job. My only criticism is that she read just a bit too fast at times. Nevertheless, a very engrossing tale of a "family" of serial killers.
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- Scott Bennett

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-08-2016
  • Publisher: Paul A. Ibbetson