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Bizarre! Shocking! Horrific! Depraved! 18 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases From Around The World, including; Death by Antifreeze: Two police officers die under mysterious circumstances. The common denominator? A femme fatale with a liking for Jell-O.Bloodsucker: A vampire-obsessed teenager on a quest for immortality commits a breathtakingly horrendous murder.Over The E Bizarre! Shocking! Horrific! Depraved! 18 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases From Around The World, including; Death by Antifreeze: Two police officers die under mysterious circumstances. The common denominator? A femme fatale with a liking for Jell-O.Bloodsucker: A vampire-obsessed teenager on a quest for immortality commits a breathtakingly horrendous murder.Over The Edge: A car plummets down a mountainside, leaving one occupant dead and the other barely scratched. Is it murder or a tragic accident?Death At The Y: A savage decapitation murder pitches police into a race against time. Can they stop the monster before he kills again?Cold As Ice: Hell hath no fury like an ice cream lady with a gun and a chainsaw!Have Death, Will Travel: Two deadly miscreants hook up for a road trip that spells doom for 17 innocent people.Bomber: A warped genius has a warning for those who he believes are destroying the planet… “You’re next!”The Man In the Attic: A remarkable tale of sex, obsession and murder from 1920’s Los Angeles.˃˃˃˃˃˃˃˃˃ Plus 10 more riveting true crime cases. Scroll up to get your copy now. Book Series by Robert Keller Most of my works cover serial killers, while the “Murder Most Vile” series covers individual true crime stories. These are the main collections; American Monsters 50 American Serial Killers You’ve Probably Never Heard Of Murder Most Vile Human Monsters British Monsters Australian Monsters Canadian Monsters German Monsters Cannibal Killers Plus various other standalone books, including the The Deadly Dozen, which is available as a free download on Amazon, and Serial Killers Unsolved, which you can get for free when signing up to my mailing list. Robert Keller’s True Crime eBook Categories: Serial Killers True Crime Serial Killer Biographies Murder and Mayhem True Murder Cases Serial Killer Case Files True Crime Short Stories


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Bizarre! Shocking! Horrific! Depraved! 18 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases From Around The World, including; Death by Antifreeze: Two police officers die under mysterious circumstances. The common denominator? A femme fatale with a liking for Jell-O.Bloodsucker: A vampire-obsessed teenager on a quest for immortality commits a breathtakingly horrendous murder.Over The E Bizarre! Shocking! Horrific! Depraved! 18 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases From Around The World, including; Death by Antifreeze: Two police officers die under mysterious circumstances. The common denominator? A femme fatale with a liking for Jell-O.Bloodsucker: A vampire-obsessed teenager on a quest for immortality commits a breathtakingly horrendous murder.Over The Edge: A car plummets down a mountainside, leaving one occupant dead and the other barely scratched. Is it murder or a tragic accident?Death At The Y: A savage decapitation murder pitches police into a race against time. Can they stop the monster before he kills again?Cold As Ice: Hell hath no fury like an ice cream lady with a gun and a chainsaw!Have Death, Will Travel: Two deadly miscreants hook up for a road trip that spells doom for 17 innocent people.Bomber: A warped genius has a warning for those who he believes are destroying the planet… “You’re next!”The Man In the Attic: A remarkable tale of sex, obsession and murder from 1920’s Los Angeles.˃˃˃˃˃˃˃˃˃ Plus 10 more riveting true crime cases. Scroll up to get your copy now. Book Series by Robert Keller Most of my works cover serial killers, while the “Murder Most Vile” series covers individual true crime stories. These are the main collections; American Monsters 50 American Serial Killers You’ve Probably Never Heard Of Murder Most Vile Human Monsters British Monsters Australian Monsters Canadian Monsters German Monsters Cannibal Killers Plus various other standalone books, including the The Deadly Dozen, which is available as a free download on Amazon, and Serial Killers Unsolved, which you can get for free when signing up to my mailing list. Robert Keller’s True Crime eBook Categories: Serial Killers True Crime Serial Killer Biographies Murder and Mayhem True Murder Cases Serial Killer Case Files True Crime Short Stories

30 review for Murder Most Vile Volume 6: 18 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases

  1. 4 out of 5

    Deirdre

    don't know why I'm continuously surprised by the quality of the narratives of Keller's true crime vignettes in his Murder Most Vile series. This set includes family annihilators, couples who killed in very violent manners, a mad bomber, a couple of budding female serial killers, murder for profit, poisoners, and domestic homicides. When I begin reading some stories they sound vaguely familiar but Keller with his infallible style he always adds something to the tale that I hadn't been aware of pre don't know why I'm continuously surprised by the quality of the narratives of Keller's true crime vignettes in his Murder Most Vile series. This set includes family annihilators, couples who killed in very violent manners, a mad bomber, a couple of budding female serial killers, murder for profit, poisoners, and domestic homicides. When I begin reading some stories they sound vaguely familiar but Keller with his infallible style he always adds something to the tale that I hadn't been aware of previously and the story takes on clarity. I often have "ah hah!" moments. I just finished Volume Six, luckily I have 26 more to read! UPDATE: I actually have 27 more to read - Volume 34 was just released and I've already purchased it!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Elisabeth Brookshire

    Fascinating I've got to say that Robert Keller not only reports on well known crimes but also in some of the most bizarre cases I've never heard of. In this anthology, "The Man in the Attic" was the craziest. Thumbs up to this really talented author and the terrific editing and pics are something you don't get in other shoddy TC quick read anthologies. Also, he is prolific so once you discover him you have oodles of good books awaiting you. Thanks Mr. Keller!!! Fascinating I've got to say that Robert Keller not only reports on well known crimes but also in some of the most bizarre cases I've never heard of. In this anthology, "The Man in the Attic" was the craziest. Thumbs up to this really talented author and the terrific editing and pics are something you don't get in other shoddy TC quick read anthologies. Also, he is prolific so once you discover him you have oodles of good books awaiting you. Thanks Mr. Keller!!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Candice Eaton

    Love Love reading this series! Short but well written facts about these killers and what happened. I read at least one volume every 2 days!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bettye McKee

    An excellent collection I always enjoy reading these collections of true crime cases, and this volume has an interesting variety of murders. Some of them are quite old, such as the servant girls who killed their cruel mistress and her daughter. I enjoyed revisiting The Man in the Attic from the 1920s as I had forgotten the details. That was an unusual case in which no one was punished.

  5. 5 out of 5

    MARTIN WITHERS

    Another great read. True crime aficionados will enjoy these spellbinding true murders. This series of books is very readable and well written. Recommended.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ran

  7. 5 out of 5

    sally galarneau

  8. 5 out of 5

    Natasha Harder

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mackenzie Rundle

  10. 4 out of 5

    Naomi

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Grafmeyer

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Heffer

  13. 4 out of 5

    Steven jolliffe

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

  15. 4 out of 5

    Katrina

  16. 4 out of 5

    Hazel

  17. 4 out of 5

    Brenda

  18. 5 out of 5

    Fiona Patching

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tammy Lynn Beatrice Doyle

  20. 5 out of 5

    L J Field

    Overall, not the most interesting of casefiles This volume of the series is as well written as any of the other books, but the stories themselves were not as interesting overall, hence the three stars. There is one tale of a man executed by a group of vigilantes, only to find much later that the fellow was innocent of all charges ... except his being Jewish. The papers of the time had raged of the man's heredity. There are also tales of husbands, wives and children, all brought to an end by spous Overall, not the most interesting of casefiles This volume of the series is as well written as any of the other books, but the stories themselves were not as interesting overall, hence the three stars. There is one tale of a man executed by a group of vigilantes, only to find much later that the fellow was innocent of all charges ... except his being Jewish. The papers of the time had raged of the man's heredity. There are also tales of husbands, wives and children, all brought to an end by spouses, parents and even offspring. The most interesting of the cases is the last, The Man in the Attic. This essay relates the tale of a married woman's lover, who she hid in her attic to keep him available for her sexual appetite. This man, thirty years younger, stayed in the attic for some fifteen years while writing stories for the pulps of the thirties and forties to fill his time. As noted, these stories are well written with a certain breezy journalistic flavor and are very much like popcorn in that you consistently feel you can take in one more essay before setting the book aside for awhile.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Hayley

  22. 5 out of 5

    Anne Holmes

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

  24. 5 out of 5

    Love2Read12

  25. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Rademaker

  26. 5 out of 5

    j a bebb

  27. 5 out of 5

    Heather Perrott

  28. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

  29. 4 out of 5

    Annick Zodrow

  30. 4 out of 5

    David Henderson

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