Usually when we think of Serial Killers we think of men, not the case in this book
Very well spoken
Oh how we cherish our mothers and respect their kindness! Well, here is a different story told in "Women Who Kill"! This book made me cringe at the thought that there is a different breed of mothers/women out there who have a disgusting way of life. Not only to their loving children and spouces whom they decieve but to the community as well! Heart breaking stories some had to face in the hands of these monsters! Great book and very interesting knowledge! Its not only men we have to fear but the kind women with the wicked intent next door!
I actually read the book as well. I love this story. It's full of action, suspense and humor.
Absolutely. Plot is great and with Nick trying to determine who could be trusted and couldn't be while trying to protect Rachel and her daughter even from the WitSec agents, then the mob, just amazing action and a lot of kills. But, Nick is funny in that he uses a lot of garbage bags, duck tape and bleach.
First time hearing this guy and he done a great job I think. I'd buy another book with him narrating if I liked the book first.
Cold Blooded Killer
The author put in so much detail and painted one drastic scenario after another!
Unsolved Serial Killings by R.J. Parker is a fascinating glimpse into the mindsets of cold blooded serial killers. Complete with F.B.I stats, profile classifications and psychotic windows to peer into, this book is about the most horrific of criminals.
The narrator, who's voice is engaging, often altered her voice tone when capturing the more dramatic scenes to emphasize the importance which holds the listeners attention. Very good narrating
This book certainly opened my eyes to the reality that there are a lot of unsolved killings in just the US alone
Top Cases of The FBI by RJ Parker is fraught with details of twelve notorious criminals and event cases in US History. Criminals such as John Gotti, Al Capone, Bonnie & Clyde and events including Jonestown Massacre, Waco and Ruby Ridge to name a few. Great for my True Crime collection. Highly recommend this book.
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