The world can be a very strange place in general, and when you listen to this true crime anthology, you will quickly learn that the criminal world specifically can be as bizarre as it is dangerous. In the following book, you will be captivated by mysterious missing person cases that defy all logic and a couple of cases of murderous mistaken identity. Follow along as detectives conduct criminal investigations in order to solve cases that were once believed to be unsolvable. Every one of the crime cases chronicled in this book is as strange and disturbing as the next.
The 12 true crime stories in this book will keep you riveted, but they will probably also leave you with more questions than answers. For instance, you will be left pondering how two brothers from the same family could disappear with no trace in similar circumstances, over 10 years apart. You will also wonder how two women with the same first and last names, but with no personal connections, could be murdered within the same week in the same city. The examination of a number of true crime murder cases that went cold, but were later solved through scientific advances, will also keep you intrigued.
Listen to this book, if you dare, to hear some of the most bizarre cases of disappearances, mistaken identity, and true murder. Some of the cases will disturb and anger you, but make no mistake, you will want to keep listening!
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This book was hard for me. It felt like it was pieced together trying to make things relate and flow. They didn't. I was on the fence about whether I wanted to finish it.
This was my first Jack Rosewood book so its not a good measure of his skill. The content was interesting. The writing style was hard. It didn't seem to flow and I had a hard time following some of the stories as they jumped about.
My feelings on the narration are average. This was not the most engaging reading I've heard.
Nope. The writing / story telling method came off as more of a list of facts then stories that pull you in and keep you interested.
Yes! I will really recommend to all my friends who are also love to read true crime stories. This is so terrifying book to read about the true crime that happened in the past and many lessons can be learn through this book.
I might compare this book to True Crime: The 10 Most Notorious Serial Killers In Ohio And Their Horrible True Crime Cases by Tyler Crane since they are both nerve breaking and terrifying!
Herschel J. Grangent, Jr. really complete the colors of the book! His up and down of his voice can really make the settings like you are there!
I am most interested in this book on how killers work and move. And most importantly, i learned and realized how to avoid such things to happen in reality.
This is such a worth reading and recommending book! Great job!
This book is a fun and creepy read. Some of the stories have weird coincidences while others are about serial killers. The book is fairly short and includes 12 short stories. The author grabs your attention the entire time though. I can't wait until the next book is out!
The narration was horrible. It was difficult to pay attention to the story because the narration was so horrible. It was monotone and almost robotic. Interesting story but I will not listen to another book from this narrator.
I LISTENED TO IT CUZ I PAID FOR IT BUT THE NARRATOR WAS RUSHED & EVEN THOUGHT THE STORIES WERE HORRIFYING, I GOT LOST IN A FEW OF THEM.
GLAD I ONLY BOUGHT THE 1ST BOOK, WONT BE BUYING THE OTHERS DUE TO THE NARRATOR.
It kept my attention.
The story "Murder of Little Anna Palmer" really drew me in.
Unbelievable but true stories of crime
I truly enjoyed True Crimes Stories Volume I and cannot wait for more! Mr. Rosewood take 12 horrifying crimes and gives the reader a short overview of the crime and subsequent investigation. Interestingly, many of the cases he presented in this volume were unsolved until many years later when DNA and other technology became more advanced. I was provided an audible copy of Mr. Rosewood’s book to review. This was a great way to enjoy his book.
He read too fast, too short pauses at punctuation.
I was expecting more detailed stories of True Crime. It was like reading the first notice in the newspaper, before any of the details are discovered or compiled.
I did not finish and would have returned the book, but had it downloaded for over two weeks.
This was a great true crime book it reminded me of watching a TV special on murders and serial killers. I learned a lot of new things on cases I remember hearing about but didn’t remember or know the outcome and about whole new cases I have never heard about. The narrator did a great job, I did have to laugh when he did the British accent (Good try lol). I highly recommend if you are into true crime. I received this book for an unbiased review.
It's an Ok book particularly if your on the move as they are short and fast no real need for concentration. Narrator competent and that's actually all that's needed with these kind of books. If your looking do in depth analysis then move on.
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