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Real Life Evil is the first book in a compelling series of true-crime short stories for listeners who don't have time for a full-length novel.

"Hiding in Plain Sight" is the chilling account of serial killer Jack Unterweger, one of the most clever, manipulative predators of the 20th century...and the most dangerous.

"A Message from the Grave" examines the events surrounding the unsolved Gilgo Beach murders, a case which would spawn the largest murder investigation in Long Island, New York's history as an elusive serial killer continues to elude authorities.

©2013, 2017 Kim Cresswell (P)2017 Kim Cresswell

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Awesome Quick True Crime

This is a audiobook for true crime book lovers that don't have the time to listen or read a full length book. This first book centers on two stories, the first being, "Hiding in Plain Sight" that focuses serial killer Jack Unterweger and his most dangerous but clever, simplistic methodology to lure and kill his prey. The second, "A Message From the Grave", still haunts Long Island New York, it is the Gilgo Beach murders in which they still to this day have not caught the person responsible. Both stories are told very well and with the right amount of detail, book narrator Jason Fella keeps it professional but pleasing with a wonderful voice for these stories there is a creep factor but one that is supposed to be there not one that is added to spook you. The crime scene details and other technical aspects are explained well so everyone can understand. This is really a outstanding quick book for the true crime lover in your life.