The individual stories of each of the criminals in this book reveal more back-story than most people know about the events that lead up to the crimes committed by the offenders, and include follow-up that bring the stories to closure. Mr. Parker took the time to really dig, and fleshed out each chapter with extensive detail.
Each chapter brought out little-known facts about the perpetrators histories.
He (I) uses deep, mellow tones, paced the read nicely, and took the time to find the correct pronunciations of the individuals' names.
No, I listen to audiobooks during my commute, which is 45 minutes.
This book is only one of many fascinating collections of crime stories researched by RJ Parker. In today's times of "Hollywood-ized" TV shows that race you through entire cases in 44 minutes, it was interesting to hear how these cases actually played out in real life.
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