These true crime cases written by Ann Rule, all of which I believe are newly told in this book, are well-written depictions of the havoc scum of the earth criminals impose upon innocent victims, their families and friends. Highly recommend.
The narrator, Laural Merlington, is a brilliant choice by Ann Rule to tell these stories in an authentic manner.
Have no recommendation as to the purchase of this book either way. Personally, I'm satisfied.
Don Kline tends to speak in phrases, which was okay once I caught his rhythm. Pretty much a matter-of-fact narrator.
The book isn't great but it's reasonably well done and, based on the stories I knew beforehand, quite accurate.
Might be well-written but my urge was to slap the narrator the duration I suffered through this book.
Not if Conlan is the narrator.
I would have cut out the second half of the book as it really has no value. Just a time filler. However, the first story about the tragic nightclub fire was interesting, though very sad.
I have listened to a number of books narrated by Kevin Pierce. Don't think he's everyone's top choice, but I have grown to like and appreciate him.
Skip this book unless you are endeared by the voice of "that guy" at a party who you can't get away from. Sounds like a real smart ass.
No, but in fairness I should say he is not as awful as his predecessors.
Not printed/audio-booked this loser.
Like I said, get your tarnished spoon out ...
Once I hit DELETE in iTunes.
authentic, professionally dictated, fascinating
when the writer himself speaks
no, but will dig for him in the future
Stopped listening to this narrator. He ought to take his gravelly voice and stomp it out in an ashtray.
TEN STARS VERSUS FIVE
The authenticity, the bravery, the no-holding back in erasing a depraved animal.
An author with talent, other than the usual so-so
A narrator whose voice isn't fingernails on a blackboard
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