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During the years of investigation of the murders, officials considered hundreds of tips and leads as well as dozens of sources, among them former secretaries who worked for murder victim Dick Robison; Robison's business associates; John Norman Collins, perpetrator of the "co-ed murders" that took place in Washtenaw County between 1967 and 1969; and an inmate in federal prison in Leavenworth, Kansas, who said he knew who killed the Robison family.
Despite the exhaustive investigative efforts of numerous individuals, decades later the case lies tantalizingly out of reach. It is still an unsolved cold case, yielding, in Link's words, 40 years' worth of "dead-end leads, anonymous tips, a few hard facts, and countless cockamamie theories."
(Judith Guest, author of Ordinary People and The Tarnished Eye)
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By Douglas on 07-03-16
A Compelling True Crime Read...
The story will remind you of In Cold Blood (though the writing is good, alas, it is not Capote--yet what else is?). And this book will keep you on the edge of your seat with suspense. The problem, and I almost never complain of narrators, is that the reader is laughably, and I mean laughably bad. How this person every got hired to read an audible book is a greater mystery than the one detailed in the book.
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By Paul on 08-24-16
Well written with good narration
JoBe is a pro - has been a narrator in Voiceovers for many years, and he handles this well-written text like the professional voice artist that he is. Also, the story itself is well-crafted for the genre, also written with confidence.
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