Walking Among the Dead: True Stories from a Homicide Detective

  • by Ken Lang
  • Narrated by Mike Vendetti
  • 6 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In his debut release, former homicide detective Ken Lang transports you from your cozy, comfy chair to the cold, hard streets surrounding Baltimore, Maryland. Witness first-hand the vicious brutality that a human being can inflict onto another, search for that one piece of evidence needed to solidify a conviction, and desperately try to identify a shooting victim whose mangled and burnt body is found at a scene where no clues are left behind.
A revealing glimpse of the demanding life as a homicide detective, Ken Lang puts you right into the scene, reveals the evidence, and leads you through some of the most incredible death investigations you will ever experience. Walking among the Dead: True Stories from a Homicide Detective is a must listen for all true crime fans.


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Narration is a distraction

This story was well written and maintained my interest. The narrator's voice was pleasant but he had a tendency to slur the pronunciation of multi-syllabic words often to the point where it took a few seconds to figure out what the word had been breaking the rhythm of the narration. Two stars for the performance was generous. I enjoyed the book's content.
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- Linda

The Narrator ruined the story

What would have made Walking Among the Dead: True Stories from a Homicide Detective better?

A new narrator. Mike Vendetti's voice and pronunciation of the words really ruined the story.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

I enjoyed the plot and stories that he wrote about when he was a homicide detective.

What didn’t you like about Mike Vendetti’s performance?

Really annoying voice and the way he read the story was really bad.

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- Christie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-28-2012
  • Publisher: Ken Lang Studios