Erika Sifrit was once a high school basketball star and an honors student. Then she married Navy SEAL Benjamin Sifrit. Some say Erika was abused by "B.J." Some say she pulled his strings. But by the time they reached Ocean City, MD, Erika was packing a gun in her Coach bag and was caught in the grips of a new American death ride...
A trail of blood and body parts...
In the sun-kissed, sea-swept resort town, a loving couple crossed paths with Erika and B.J. Sifrit. Shortly thereafter, Erika was wearing a bloody wedding ring on her necklace, while what remained of two dismembered vacationers was buried in a Delaware landfill, and a modern-day "Bonnie and Clyde" story was being written - a lurid tale of madness, money, sex , and murder...
©2009 M. William Phelps; (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I really didn't care for this story. The amount of unnecessary back and forth dialogue during the trial and the narrator with his ridiculous voice changes, made this almost UNBEARABLE. I couldn't wait for the end.
Trust me on this, save your credit.
I will never listen to another book narrated by J. Charles. While Phelps is great (on tv, true crime shows, etc.) he chooses a really awful narrator that makes the entire book a two thumbs down. Charles makes this book boring, monotone and I find my mind wandering to everything but the story. The narrator is unable to capture emotion, a shame to the victims their story is lost. I could not even finish more than three hours.
BOORING! Makes this book very boring, hard to follow and focus. I notice also this is the same narrator he uses for all his books. What a waste because I will never be able to listen to any of the others.
After three hours I couldn't stand anymore of the narrator so I guess not.
Don't waste your money or your credit.
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