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Publisher's Summary

Newlyweds Nancy and Richard Langert were shot to death in their basement on the evening of April 7, 1990.
Nothing was stolen, no clues were left behind - except for a brief, illegible message Nancy had scrawled in her own blood as she lay slowly dying.
It was a brutal crime without meaning or motive, baffling the FBI and seven local police departments for many months as they explored every possibility- from IRA assassination to mafia hit. But it was a tenacious Illinois policewoman who would ultimately unmask the Langerts' killer - exposing a terrifying, true-life horror that was totally unexpected...and frighteningly close to home.
©1994 Gera-Lind Kolarik w/ Wayne Klatt (P)2015 Gera-Lind Kolarik w/ Wayne Klatt
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By Linda on 02-28-17

Probably the single worst recording I've heard.

The story was okay. The writing was okay. The narration was terrible. First, it sounded as thought it were recorded in an echo chamber. Second, the narrator seemed to feel the need to rush through the story. I slowed the speed to the lowest available and it was still faster than was comfortable. Third, the phrasing of the narration made no sense. Pauses where not needed and without any purpose in the narration. Don't bother.

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By MaryEllen Beard on 11-20-15

Great book, bad narrator

The author did a great job of keeping a good pace and keeping the reader interested. The narration is awful, though. The man narrating the majority does an okay job except when it comes to dialogue, which he then feels the need to yell every line. I'll keep an eye out for him on other books just so I can steer clear.

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