Beware! Once you begin listening to this true crime anthology book, you will quickly find that is difficult to stop! You will hear about 12 true crime stories from throughout the United States and around the world that invoke a variety of different emotions from deep within your soul. You will be shocked at some of the bizarre and senseless crimes, while at other times feelings of empathy for the victims and anger at the inhuman perpetrators will stir your spirit. Follow each chapter as you are directed through the anatomy of a true crime, from the outset of the criminal investigation until the final resolution. You will find that shooting rampages are not a recent phenomenon and that some of the world's notorious shooting sprees have been carried out in countries known for their peacefulness and low crime rates. All of these cases prove that no matter how much we may try, sometimes it is impossible to keep evil out! Truly, you will see why these 12 cases have become some of the most notorious true crime murder cases in recent world history. Some of the stories in this book are guaranteed to trouble you, but make no mistake; you will find it impossible to put down this tract of true murder. You will be truly intrigued with this book's collection of mass shootings, cold case murders, and other crimes that for many reasons defy logic!
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Enjoyable and terrifying
- T Diaz
Horrific Material for True Crime Aficionados
Yes, I will. There are some cases I was not familiar with, despite being a long time True Crime reader.
One strong attribute that Jack Rosewood has is an ability to describe victims, perpetrators and surroundings briefly butwith insight for his audience. Descriptions of those elements were memorable for me.
Empathy for the victims and their families. Disdain for the murderers. No one I can refer to as a "favorite" though. Mr. Grangent does a very good job, and though I'm no expert in pronunciations, seemed to accurately pronounce some characters that were in other countries than the U. S.
Murder most foul.
An observation I made in a previous review of Book 5 in this series: "Jack Rosewood hits the sweet spot with his True Crime anthology series. All that is missing in other such books, he incorporates in succinct manner. You get a feel for the individuals, a brief on why the police focused in on the guilt of the criminal and the outcome of the court cases."
I hold to my statement with this edition.
Thanks for the opportunity to review it!
This review copy audiobook was provided by the author at no cost. Which I can only assume was voluntary on their part. I am happy to give my honest review of it. I think I'm suppose to mention how reviewing this was voluntary on my part too.
- in1ear (John Row)