I loved to hear the behind the scenes thought process on how they profiled the suspects.
Learning how the Crime Unit was formed and some of the cases that were discussed.
No energy. Dull.
I was sorry to hear that his relationship didn't work out, but that he was still close friends with his ex-wife. That seems to be the case for most people in Law Enforcement.
I plan on listening to all of his other books regardless of the way it was performed because I know that he was one of the leading profilers in his field.
Sure. It is very informative. You may catch something you missed before.
The stories of the suspects trials and what became of them did.
Better than Mindhunters.
I really enjoyed this book more than Mindhunter because of the case work that he discusses.
No. I thought her writing was very juvenile and repeats constantly. I couldn't get into her characters because they weren't believable. Everyone said that I needed to read the 2nd and 3rd book to get more of the story, but that wouldn't improve the authors writing skills. I thought the narrator did the best she could with what she had in reading this book. I would not recommend this book and wouldn't try another one of her books.
Something with more intellect and storyline.
I would be willing to try another one of Becca Battoe's performances to see if it was, in fact, just the writing.
The banter back and fourth on the emails were funny at first, but then they just got annoying. I liked the beginning when they first met. The beginning started off strong.
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