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Are you born a killer or are you shaped into one? How does one escape from his cell to start a 20+ victim killing spree? How incredibly evil must one be to murder over 24 children in less than two years? These are questions we will dig deep into as we investigate eight serial killers and murderers in this addition to Serial Killers Rage and Horror. Serial kil Are you born a killer or are you shaped into one? How does one escape from his cell to start a 20+ victim killing spree? How incredibly evil must one be to murder over 24 children in less than two years? These are questions we will dig deep into as we investigate eight serial killers and murderers in this addition to Serial Killers Rage and Horror. Serial killers both intrigue and disgust the average member of society, and many question why this is. Is it because they do seem such regular people in the daylight? Or perhaps it is simply because it is hard to fathom how someone can cross that ever-present line of what is right and what is most horribly wrong. One of the most unusual cases in this book surrounds the murders of several women in Canada by a totally unique method, which may surprise you. Another, the story of Robert Hansen will terrify you. And the cases of the Atlanta Child Murderer and the Ogre of the Ardennes will sicken you to the core. But, once you start reading this book, it will be extremely hard for your curious mind to stop.


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Are you born a killer or are you shaped into one? How does one escape from his cell to start a 20+ victim killing spree? How incredibly evil must one be to murder over 24 children in less than two years? These are questions we will dig deep into as we investigate eight serial killers and murderers in this addition to Serial Killers Rage and Horror. Serial kil Are you born a killer or are you shaped into one? How does one escape from his cell to start a 20+ victim killing spree? How incredibly evil must one be to murder over 24 children in less than two years? These are questions we will dig deep into as we investigate eight serial killers and murderers in this addition to Serial Killers Rage and Horror. Serial killers both intrigue and disgust the average member of society, and many question why this is. Is it because they do seem such regular people in the daylight? Or perhaps it is simply because it is hard to fathom how someone can cross that ever-present line of what is right and what is most horribly wrong. One of the most unusual cases in this book surrounds the murders of several women in Canada by a totally unique method, which may surprise you. Another, the story of Robert Hansen will terrify you. And the cases of the Atlanta Child Murderer and the Ogre of the Ardennes will sicken you to the core. But, once you start reading this book, it will be extremely hard for your curious mind to stop.

30 review for Serial Killers Rage and Horror Volume 2: 8 Shocking True Crime Stories of Serial Killers and Killing Sprees (Serial Killers Anthology)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Aly

    Shocking serial killer stories, true crime, what more can I say?  This book was a good book.  I enjoyed the different stories told inside.  This author gives great detail to the stories and makes me wonder what is going on in this world.  But I enjoy the creepy and scary and this book is both for me. *This book was given to me for free at my request from LibraryThing and I provided this voluntary review.* 

  2. 5 out of 5

    Terri

    This book features accounts of Paul John Knowles, Leslie Irvin, Wayne Williams, The Connecticut Valley Killer, Michel Fourniret, Gilbert Paul Jordan, Robert Hansen and Steve Wright. One of the things I like about Rosewood's books like this, is the mix of criminals I have heard of and those I haven't. This book features some real horrible monsters but also, explores some of the changes in police procedure etc... that resulted from the crimes. One I had never heard of, Gilbert Paul Jordan, who Ros This book features accounts of Paul John Knowles, Leslie Irvin, Wayne Williams, The Connecticut Valley Killer, Michel Fourniret, Gilbert Paul Jordan, Robert Hansen and Steve Wright. One of the things I like about Rosewood's books like this, is the mix of criminals I have heard of and those I haven't. This book features some real horrible monsters but also, explores some of the changes in police procedure etc... that resulted from the crimes. One I had never heard of, Gilbert Paul Jordan, who Rosewood called the Boozing Barber was really revolting, in that his victims were essentially forced to drink alcohol until they died. ...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Grady

    “The only way I can describe it is he was a real Jekyll and Hyde character. He definitely had a psycho side to him.” Florida author Jack Rosewood inherited his fascination for heinous crimes from his father, a journalist covering major grim crimes such as Ted Bundy. He is fascinated with serial killers – their development psychologically, their preparation for their life of crime, and the details of how they made their bloody black marks on the world. Jack moves away from his intensive studies of “The only way I can describe it is he was a real Jekyll and Hyde character. He definitely had a psycho side to him.” Florida author Jack Rosewood inherited his fascination for heinous crimes from his father, a journalist covering major grim crimes such as Ted Bundy. He is fascinated with serial killers – their development psychologically, their preparation for their life of crime, and the details of how they made their bloody black marks on the world. Jack moves away from his intensive studies of serial killers to explore current crimes most of which are discoveries for the reader – even the Jack Rosewood reader! He is joined by co-author Rebecca Lo with whom he has published three other collections - TRUE CRIME STORIES: TRUE CRIME ANTHOLOGY - and together they survey SERIAL KILLERS – electing to share the incredulous horror of eight serial killers. As usual Jack (and now with Rebecca) opens with an introduction explaining the decision to place these gruesome stories before us: ‘Fear and loathing, horror and disgust, are some of the most powerful emotions in the human world, and nothing triggers them more, than the slaughter of innocent people. For the serial killer, these emotions aren’t upsetting; on the contrary, they are thrilling, exciting, and invoke a feeling of power over those they consider to be weak. They care not for the feelings of their victims or their loved ones, they are only concerned with what the act of murder will provide for them. Eight killers, eight more stories of rage and horror. Some of these cases changed how society carried out their daily lives, and others forever altered how laws were perceived and enacted. But each story contains the details of who these killers were, and the terror they caused to the communities in which they decided to inflict such horrible fear. Steve Wright, the Suffolk Strangler, preyed on the drug addicted prostitutes in Ipswich, England. He saw these women as something to be used as a way for him to indulge his own dreams and fantasies. They were the easy targets, the ones who wouldn’t be missed straight away. Similarly, Robert Hansen chose the victims he thought were worthless, that nobody would care about if they disappeared. Then he chased them through the Alaskan wilderness armed with a hunting rifle and a knife. One of the most shocking stories of all time is that of Wayne Williams, the alleged Atlanta Child Murderer. Although only charged with the murders of two adult men, Williams has remained the number one suspect in the deaths of dozens of children in Atlanta for decades. He claims he is innocent, but forensic science disagrees. As he fights for freedom, his DNA is discovered on the bodies of at least two children…this has yet to be explained by him. In a city in France, lived the Ogre of the Ardennes, Michel Fourniret, who had a lust for young female children. Along with his wife, he would abduct young girls, subject them to unspeakable examinations and torture, then he would kill them and toss them aside as though they were nothing. His wife cries ‘foul’, that she was abused, threatened, and terrified for her own life, therefore did what he asked of her. But who exactly was the real monster - Michel or his wife? The story of the Boozing Barber is perhaps one of the most controversial serial killer cases to date. He used a murder method that had never been used before, and it was debatable at the time if there were indeed any murders at all. Something so readily available and willing participants, equals the death of a number of unfortunate women. These are just some of the monsters that have walked among everyday societies around the globe. Their stories may upset you, they may fascinate you or they may even sicken you. Either way, by telling the stories the victims are never forgotten. For what happened to them, was no fault of their own - it was the monsters. From this terrifying introduction Jack and Rebecca address not only the back history of each of these serial killers, but also carefully describe the manner in which the killings occurred with a sense of psychological finesse that is rarely found in books such as this. We read, we learn, and we begin to understand. Easy reading? No, because of the subject matter but not the style of journalism. This is another important book from Jack Rosewood as assisted by Rebecca Lo. We must remain vigilant.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Robin Morgan

    There’s something about reader TRUE CRIME BOOKS; perhaps that’s why I love reading them and then writing a review for them. Perhaps, that’s why Amazon has made me a TOP CONTRIBUTOR for this genre. One of the authors I keep on coming back to is Jack Rosewood, and I’m continuously buying his books. This time around, the author has given his readers another group of serial killers and their gruesome killing sprees. Their debauchery is something he makes sure to cover each time he writes a profile ab There’s something about reader TRUE CRIME BOOKS; perhaps that’s why I love reading them and then writing a review for them. Perhaps, that’s why Amazon has made me a TOP CONTRIBUTOR for this genre. One of the authors I keep on coming back to is Jack Rosewood, and I’m continuously buying his books. This time around, the author has given his readers another group of serial killers and their gruesome killing sprees. Their debauchery is something he makes sure to cover each time he writes a profile about one, including a bio which shows whether or not their childhood upbringing had been part an parcel as the reason which had precipitated their heinous killing spree. We are all so used to hearing about the victims of serial killers meeting their untimely ends on back alleys, deserted streets or secluded woods through some heinous act of violence. However, in this collection, we are confronted by a unique serial killer who doesn’t use violence in any way. After being arrested for aggravated assault for stabbing a bartender during a fight, another profiled individua in this book broke out of his cell by picking its lock and then started to go on a killing spree with over 20 victims. If this is not enough to turn your stomach, the author has also profiled an exceptionally wicked individual, who in less than 24 months had the audacity to end the lives of over two dozen innocent children. After reading this book, you might become like me, getting increasingly hooked and curious about how far individuals, regardless of how demure or scrawny they might be, in committing these acts of depravity are able to go; which is why I’ve given this book’s author, Jack Rosewood 5 STARS,

  5. 4 out of 5

    Píaras Cíonnaoíth

    Shocking True Crime Stories... This is another great read that was really hard to put down. It's an insightful and graphically detailed account of some of the most horrific serial killers. In fact, while reading yet another of Jack Rosewoods books (with Rebecca Lo), I just had to keep turning the pages yet again. Not necessarily because it's all that enjoyable in any way, shape or form, to delve a little too deeply into the malefic minds of such murderous men, but because I sincerely believe that Shocking True Crime Stories... This is another great read that was really hard to put down. It's an insightful and graphically detailed account of some of the most horrific serial killers. In fact, while reading yet another of Jack Rosewoods books (with Rebecca Lo), I just had to keep turning the pages yet again. Not necessarily because it's all that enjoyable in any way, shape or form, to delve a little too deeply into the malefic minds of such murderous men, but because I sincerely believe that most people are fascinated in one way or another by serial killers. Perhaps it’s the human morbid fascination with death. I’m not exactly sure. However, maybe it just astounds the average person as to how depraved other individuals can be. In case you skipped passed the book description, author Jack Rosewood best describes this frenzied feast better than I ever could: ‘Are you born a killer or are you shaped into one? How does one escape from his cell to start a 20+ victim killing spree? How incredibly evil must one be to murder over 24 children in less than two years? These are questions we will dig deep into as we investigate eight serial killers and murderers in this addition to Serial Killers Rage and Horror. Serial killers both intrigue and disgust the average member of society, and many question why this is. Is it because they do seem such regular people in the daylight? Or perhaps it is simply because it is hard to fathom how someone can cross that ever-present line of what is right and what is most horribly wrong. One of the most unusual cases in this book surrounds the murders of several women in Canada by a totally unique method, which may surprise you. Another, the story of Robert Hansen will terrify you. And the cases of the Atlanta Child Murderer and the Ogre of the Ardennes will sicken you to the core. But, once you start reading this book, it will be extremely hard for your curious mind to stop.’ Even if you are a seasoned campaigner of true crime, Serial Killers Rage and Horror Volume 2 will surely raise more than a few hairs on the back of your neck. It was a first-class read and the author gave a perspective to these horrific crimes that was both fascinating and intriguing. This was one of the better true crime books that I have read recently. I would highly recommend this read to all fans of the true-crime genre. I’m also a big fan of Jack Rosewood so it’s another 5 Stars from me. Well done again!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tony Parsons

    These are the Chapter’s that interested me the most. Chapter 1: *Atlanta Child Murders; *Chapter 4: The Connecticut River Valley killer; *Chapter 7: Robert Hansen - The Butcher Baker; *Chapter 8: Steve Wright - The Suffolk Strangler Warning: This book is for adults only & contains extreme violent or graphic adult content or profanity &/or sexually explicit scenarios. It may be offensive to some readers. I did not receive any type of compensation for reading & reviewing this book. While I receive f These are the Chapter’s that interested me the most. Chapter 1: *Atlanta Child Murders; *Chapter 4: The Connecticut River Valley killer; *Chapter 7: Robert Hansen - The Butcher Baker; *Chapter 8: Steve Wright - The Suffolk Strangler Warning: This book is for adults only & contains extreme violent or graphic adult content or profanity &/or sexually explicit scenarios. It may be offensive to some readers. I did not receive any type of compensation for reading & reviewing this book. While I receive free books from publishers & authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review. Only an honest one. A very awesome book cover, great font & writing style. 8 very well written true crime stories (book). They were all very easy for me to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. There were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a great set of unique characters to keep track of. They all could also make another great true crime sequential movie, PP presentation, or better yet a mini TV series or even a documentary (True Crime; American Crime Story; Investigative Discovery). There are no references or works cited so I will only rate it at 4/5 stars. Thank you for the free author; LAK Publishing; Amazon Digital Services LLC.; book Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Julie Haigh

    More quick reading for fans of true crime books. I find it totally fascinating reading about how killers are caught through forensics. This is a fairly concise read and there are 8 cases examined in this book. There are cases from around the world, eg. one from France in here, and a case from England- The Suffolk Strangler- Ipswich. Although it's quite a short read, there are plenty of facts and figures. I've read quite a few of this author's true crime books now and they've all been good quick r More quick reading for fans of true crime books. I find it totally fascinating reading about how killers are caught through forensics. This is a fairly concise read and there are 8 cases examined in this book. There are cases from around the world, eg. one from France in here, and a case from England- The Suffolk Strangler- Ipswich. Although it's quite a short read, there are plenty of facts and figures. I've read quite a few of this author's true crime books now and they've all been good quick reads. Excellent as I grabbed it when it was free-but I think they're probably not as good value at full price £2.99/£3.99. Disappointing as a few mistakes in the second part of the book-the first half of the book had been more accurate, however kindle editions can be updated easily so this can be addressed.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Casia Courtier

    I received an Audible code through Audiobookboom for an honest review. What follows is my opinion and mine alone. I was not compensated for this review. I am big on true crime. I watch Investigation Discovery almost religiously and serial killers happen to be a favorite subject of mine. That said, I want to add that I do feel for the families who have lost someone to a horrible act like this or have lost someone and is still unsure where that loved one is. I can't imagine the pain you go through I received an Audible code through Audiobookboom for an honest review. What follows is my opinion and mine alone. I was not compensated for this review. I am big on true crime. I watch Investigation Discovery almost religiously and serial killers happen to be a favorite subject of mine. That said, I want to add that I do feel for the families who have lost someone to a horrible act like this or have lost someone and is still unsure where that loved one is. I can't imagine the pain you go through on a day to day basis and I am sorry that you are. In the case of this compendium of little known serial killers, I have to applaud Lo and Rosewood in making this book as clinical as possible. The facts are there and there isn't any supposition. In the case of the killers themselves, they aren't glorified. Only the facts are presented and I like that. There are too many people (as I myself might be placed in) who glorify the killer and forget the victim. In the case of this book, a timeline is made with each victim named and though the reader may never forget the killers' names, the victims are also presented. It is a hard truth of the serial killer that their victims are oftentimes only remembered in this way, but I feel both Rosewood and Lo present the facts in a way that doesn't make the killers more than what they are: human monsters. I found it interesting how there are so many killers out there who aren't that well known. It is sobering and disheartening, but also brings to life that there is something unknown that makes people this way. The idea of further investigation and information gathering seems even more important as I listened to this book. That said, I find myself wondering who else the authors found in their research. I am most likely going to find book one now. Final rating: 3/5

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Millett

    Truth is stranger than fiction In this volume of serial killers by true crime author Jack Rosewood, he tells us about 8 different killers, all diabolically clever yet dumb enough to get caught in 7 of the cases. He starts out with a couple of child killers who are the worst of all. Wayne Williams, a.k.a. The Atlanta Child Killer is covered in detail. Williams was able to hide for so long because as an African American killing young African killing children he was an enigma several young mostly ma Truth is stranger than fiction In this volume of serial killers by true crime author Jack Rosewood, he tells us about 8 different killers, all diabolically clever yet dumb enough to get caught in 7 of the cases. He starts out with a couple of child killers who are the worst of all. Wayne Williams, a.k.a. The Atlanta Child Killer is covered in detail. Williams was able to hide for so long because as an African American killing young African killing children he was an enigma several young mostly male African Americans were found dead either strangled or bludgeoned to death. At the time of his trial Williams was connected thru hair and fiber evidence. He was convicted of two of the murders but to this day he declares his innocence. Also covered was the strange case of a husband and wife team who hunted for young female virgins. The Wife would entice the females, check them for virginity and then hand them over to her husband who would rape and murder them. Another couple of cases involve make killers who specifically targeted prostitutes or strippers as they thought no one would miss them. One of these cases involved a man who raped his victims, let them run free in the Alaskan wilderness and hunted them down like wild animals. As you can see these killers all have one thing in common and that is that they are psychopaths who believe they can play God and take the lives of innocent victims. This is another fascinating, chillingly detailed book by Jack Rosewood. I couldn't out it down.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ted Corner

    This book came in handy as I went on a small travel. First of all, I hate to travel via train, but this book made the ride easy and time went by fast. I liked the book that told about some interesting serial killers, even some I've never heard about before. It was an easy read, I would say it will be for both the reader who is new in the true crime genre and the more hardcore TC reader. For the hardcore TC reader, there might be something that will bother you, and it's the question when is a per This book came in handy as I went on a small travel. First of all, I hate to travel via train, but this book made the ride easy and time went by fast. I liked the book that told about some interesting serial killers, even some I've never heard about before. It was an easy read, I would say it will be for both the reader who is new in the true crime genre and the more hardcore TC reader. For the hardcore TC reader, there might be something that will bother you, and it's the question when is a person a serial killer...is it with two victims or three victims. Due to the FBI, a person can be announced as a serial killer with two victims. But that is not something to discuss in a review, just thought it be worth a mention The first killers Mr. Rosewood didn't go into that many details about, it did bother me a little because I really wanted to learn more, but there can a many reasons for how come Mr. Rosewood didn't go into details with all the mentioned killers. But then again as for those serial killers where he did dig into the perpetrators, it was so interesting I found it hard to put the book down All in all, a great well written book that I would recommend for true crime fans

  11. 5 out of 5

    evette white

    Explicit graphic accounts of twisted kilers The fact that this book , within its title is shocking, is an understatement. Mr Rosewood never shies away from the description of the victims when researching his material for his novels. There are times I have to place the book down because the violence is graphic and he leaves nothing out. With that being said, he correctly identifies a group of serial killers that will shock you to the core with the level of depravity that each have and possess. I do Explicit graphic accounts of twisted kilers The fact that this book , within its title is shocking, is an understatement. Mr Rosewood never shies away from the description of the victims when researching his material for his novels. There are times I have to place the book down because the violence is graphic and he leaves nothing out. With that being said, he correctly identifies a group of serial killers that will shock you to the core with the level of depravity that each have and possess. I do thank God that they are either dead or in the own where they belong, I believe he'll would almost be too good for these sick individuals. Some of these perps have allowed some victims to survive and I can't imagine the horror they face on a daily basis knowing or have known that moment could have been their last. I feel compassion to such families that have had to relive such atrocities during these trials, through media and such. These survivors are the heroes and they should not be forgotten. I recommend this mixture of true crime, it is graphic, and thoroughly researched. Mr Rosewood should be recognized for such work for each novel he has written exceeds the previous one.

  12. 4 out of 5

    April

    Serial Killers Rage and Horror, Volume 2 8 Shocking True Crime Stories of Serial Killers and Killing Sprees (Serial Killers Anthology) By: Jack Rosewood, Rebecca Lo This author is on his game as usual. He takes the listener into the dark side of sub-human nature. I remember some of these cases, especially the Atlanta Child Murders. I remember following the case as it was developing. This is a must listen for devotees of true crime stories. I look forward to the next book to see who hits the spotlig Serial Killers Rage and Horror, Volume 2 8 Shocking True Crime Stories of Serial Killers and Killing Sprees (Serial Killers Anthology) By: Jack Rosewood, Rebecca Lo This author is on his game as usual. He takes the listener into the dark side of sub-human nature. I remember some of these cases, especially the Atlanta Child Murders. I remember following the case as it was developing. This is a must listen for devotees of true crime stories. I look forward to the next book to see who hits the spotlight next. The narration was well done. Kevin Kollins voices this genre better than just about anyone. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Emily Ross

    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. I really liked this book. I didn’t know any of the cases that were involved in this book, and I found it interesting to hear of them all. What I particularly like about this series, and this book, is that police procedures and forensic upgrades are explained and shown within their time period. The writing style was really good, Kevin Kollins was a brilliant narrator, and the book was interesting and k I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. I really liked this book. I didn’t know any of the cases that were involved in this book, and I found it interesting to hear of them all. What I particularly like about this series, and this book, is that police procedures and forensic upgrades are explained and shown within their time period. The writing style was really good, Kevin Kollins was a brilliant narrator, and the book was interesting and kept my attention.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Campbell

    Jack Rosewood at his best!!!! Another well-written and informative book from Mr Jack Rosewood. In this one he speaks about the serial killers such as Wayne Williams, Robert Hansen and Steve Wright, otherwise known as the Suffolk Strangler. I remember watching this on the news 2006 as it unfolded and he has given a well researched, informative account of what occurred back then. Others in the book are well less known such as Leslie Irvin, the Mad Dog Killer and Gilbert Paul Jordan, the Boozing Bar Jack Rosewood at his best!!!! Another well-written and informative book from Mr Jack Rosewood. In this one he speaks about the serial killers such as Wayne Williams, Robert Hansen and Steve Wright, otherwise known as the Suffolk Strangler. I remember watching this on the news 2006 as it unfolded and he has given a well researched, informative account of what occurred back then. Others in the book are well less known such as Leslie Irvin, the Mad Dog Killer and Gilbert Paul Jordan, the Boozing Barber. Well worth a read if you've enjoyed Mr Rosewood's previous books.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Beth Shuler

    Well written As always Mr. Rosewood is extremely talented and very good at writting. While I found this book had just enough information on the crimes and stuff itself i was just a little disappointed. Most if not all of these stories are ones that have been written about many times. I just wish it was some new ones. But it was very well written and easy to follow. And yes, he is still def one of my favorite authors.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Dale Keck

    kindle unlimited but didn't realize this was not the other killer #2 book so hadn't reviewed it yet, usually have list of his main books but I'm too hot and the list is too long for me to get in to it this time, his books are grossly interesting or interestingly gross, or something like that, just keep a barf bag close, or really be in to serial killers...don't be one though, remember Dexter was interesting tv to watch but come on. kindle unlimited but didn't realize this was not the other killer #2 book so hadn't reviewed it yet, usually have list of his main books but I'm too hot and the list is too long for me to get in to it this time, his books are grossly interesting or interestingly gross, or something like that, just keep a barf bag close, or really be in to serial killers...don't be one though, remember Dexter was interesting tv to watch but come on.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Nicole G.

    True crime is one of my go-to genres, so when I saw this was available for free, I snapped it up right away. This volume delves into eight serial killers I had actually never heard of. As someone else said in their review, there is no glorification here, just the facts. I did like the additional information about how certain procedures changed as a result of this or that case. There were some typos in here and sometimes the writing felt a little stilted, so, only three stars.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Hedden

    Serial Killers Rage and Horror Volume 2: 8 Shocking True Crime Stories of Serial Killers and Killing Sprees (Serial Killers Anthology) by Jack Rosewood and Rebecca Lo was a great read for any true crime fan. This anthology followed 8 true crime cases that you may have heard of before. This is a book that I recommend for anyone who likes to read about true crime cases.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Bettye McKee

    Serial killer times eight The accounts in this volume are interesting and informative. No matter how much we learn about serial killers, there is still a wealth of information we have not heard. The stories of these serial killers are indeed shocking. There were opportunities to stop them sooner, but due to human error, they remained free to continue their bloody work. 53

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    There are 8 interesting cases summarized in this true crime anthology. Each case includes a list of known victims and a timeline of events. Kevin Kollins reads this audiobook very well. NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Nicoletta

    As usual Jack Rosewood never fails, I learn so much about these serial killers when I read his books, and they keep me yearning for more, cant wait for his next book......patiently waiting. Keep up the good work.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Judith Sentyz

    5+ Mr. Rosewood and Ms. Lo, you did it again. This is very well researched and written in a manner that is very readable. I don't know where you find these people. I never heard of 7 of them. Just Wayne Williams. Keep up the good work. 5+ Mr. Rosewood and Ms. Lo, you did it again. This is very well researched and written in a manner that is very readable. I don't know where you find these people. I never heard of 7 of them. Just Wayne Williams. Keep up the good work.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Seana

    Great read Truly frightening and totally captivating, a great insight into the mind of a killer, this book is a great read.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Brittany

    Great read, learned about cases I never knew about.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Troy Buffington

    Compelling and fascinating. Very detailed.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Naomi Burney

    Worth while read A must read for anyone who enjoys true crime. Gives in site to how twisted the human mind can be.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lara

    Good read A good read,lots of good information a lot of time and effort was apparently put into this book with all that information

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tera Rose K. Scaife

  29. 4 out of 5

    Shari Bonds

  30. 5 out of 5

    Martha Acevedo

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