Trussville, AL, United States | Member Since 2012
This book bridges the series together. I started randomly in the Troubleshooters series. Most all of the events that have been references in the other 3 I've read were addressed in this book.
Laura adjusted her voice for the different charachters enough to differentiate but not too much to sound ridiculous.
It held my attention but it wasn't until the last 5 chapters that I really couldn't stop listening.
This may be a decent read but it is very difficult to follow as an audiobook. The author jumps forward, backward and back and forth on subjects.
It was interesting because it did include cases I had seen or heard brief details on throughout the years on different true crime shows. But to truly be able to step into the mind of killer guard down is a different animal all together. Truly sickening and beware it is extremely descriptive and gory from a serial killers perverse own recollection.
I haven't so I can't compare
When they are in the car leaving a visit at a max sec prison and the distant crime story aspect is gone and now any pity he felt for the SKs was gone and focus was again on the Victims & families
Yes but only once! I'm truly amazed at how the killers rationalized or excused their crimes. Sometimes even claimed they were doing them a favor
Narrator kept me listening. Excellent performance
No one thing.
Yes I found myself lost in the book and realized that I had stopped doing what I had been doing while listening- multi-tasking. I was sitting there staring at the wall completely engrossed.
Any other readers with suggestions of more selections like this please clue me in!
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