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In this audiobook is a unique, never-before-published look at the investigations undertaken to stop the depredations of America's most infamous serial killer, Ted Bundy. Presented here in an easy-to-follow chronology are the raw, unedited and most fascinating official case files as they appeared to the detectives from the Pacific Northwest to the Rocky Mountains to Florida. Book Three In Sullivan's The Bundy Trilogy, The Bundy Secrets completes Sullivan's opus by presenting readers with a "just the facts" rendition of the formerly classified files of the manhunt, as well as contemporary interviews, gathered by Sullivan from dozens of sources along Bundy's trail of terror. A must-have for true crime students of Ted Bundy.

©2017-2019 Kevin Sullivan (P)2017 WildBlue Press

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Fascinating Story, Brilliant Performance

I was fascinated, thrilled, & edified, by this story. Ted Bundy, is righteously dead. And, he always will be.

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  • Tina
  • Colorado Springs, CO, United States
  • 06-28-17

Good read if you are interested in Ted Bundy

this is a good story lots of facts in it sad for all the people that were hurt by him
not as easy to read as a novel is

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Ever think "I could listen 2 K.Pierce read a list"

Well that's about what it's like. Mr. Peirce is such an excellent narrator it made it listenable.
Just like the 2nd of Mr. Sullivan's books on Bundy he toots his horn a little too often.

This book is a compilation of case files with author notes thrown in. I'm sure in physical book form it reads better, but I couldn't get into it. Nothing "new" or "astonishing" revealed on the Bundy cases. Maybe some interesting notes by the family members or investigators prior to them knowing who "Ted" was.

Not worth a credit. Not worth $10, but if you live Kevin Peirce and this thing ends up for $5 it's doable.

4 of 7 people found this review helpful