Would recommend this book -Excellent story and well read. Capote tells this tale of two personable but immoral killers and the wholesome family they murdered in a bucolic Kansas town.
This was an amazing listen and great writing and storytelling.
What is shocking is the killers feel slighted when on death row as if others are to blame for their actions.
Capote wired on this for years and has written a great book
This is one of the best audio books I have ever read. I enjoyed Capote's writing style and Scott Brick's narration.
A tragic, senseless murder of a regular American family. Very sad. I felt the author was respectful to all involved. I was sad when it was over. Capote has a way of making you want listen for hours.
Meet Perry Smith and Dick Hickock, two young men that eliminate a family. Why? Find out in this great book read by one of the best.
Great narrator, horribly written story
Avoided hours of irrelevant, non story info...psychological evaluations of criminals went on forever, first person story telling continuously switching which person was first person, gobs of data about other prisoners on death row in Kansas at the time, all in all it was as if there was 4 hours of story and 10 hours of text book, I've been a member for years only having returned one book , before this one, now it will be two...I definitely want my credit back, Great narrator and start to the book though.
too many to list, but over 50% of the last 7 hours.
The best murder story ever told - and it's true - as told by one of the best writers of American literature and narrated by one of the best audio book narrators.
I kept wanting the storyteller to get to the point.
Storyteller did a good job.
Interesting story, just to much fluff and information about items that were not relevant to the story.