Title: True Crime Stories: 3 True Crime Books Collection
Author: Jack Rosewood, Rebecca Lo
Narrator: Herschel J. Grangent Jr.
It is no secret that true crime murder stories are not for the faint of heart. They can lead you to double-check your windows and doors at night, and question everything you thought or believed about human nature. Yet they are intriguing and fascinating at the same time.
What is it that makes us different from those who take the lives of others? That is a question that many ask themselves, and these true crime stories help to identify the method and psychology behind some of the most terrifying killers in modern history.
This set includes three true crime books, volumes 1-3, and each is filled with a variety of true crime murder cases, including spree killers and massacres, some of which are yet to be solved. You are taken through the background of the story, the murders, and the criminal investigations that took place.
Each true crime anthology in this collection will leave you to ponder whether the perpetrators of these crimes were really monsters. When you learn of the background of these killers, the age-old question of whether a serial killer is born to kill will be at the forefront of your mind.
Explore the stories behind the murders in these true crime volumes, the anger, the horror, and the sadism, inflicted by each killer. Feel for the victims, their families, and the investigators who had to deal with each case. And don’t be surprised if you have to sleep with the light on.
Love this collection.
If you’re looking to learn more about mysterious cases this is the true crime listen for you. The cases inside were mostly ones that I’ve never heard of before, but ones that I am looking forward to doing more research on. This book gives the basics of what happened in each case, who the suspect is, and other important information, but it doesn’t really go in depth. I would recommend this piece for someone who is just getting into true crime. Honestly, I had hoped there would be a bit more information for each. Still a great collection though.
Narration was steady and the cadence worked well with the author’s writing style.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.