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S.Norman

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Unexpectidly Good

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Évalué le: 2020-03-04

I listened to this one on a whim, and wow. It just goes deeper and deeper down the rabbit hole. The murderer is so cunning and spins so many stories it really had me guessing until the end. One of the best true crime narratives I've listened to on audible.

Terrifying Listen

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Évalué le: 2020-03-04

This was a terrifying listen, how long he got away with what he did. Some parts of it were hard for me to listen to. The narrative was well done and so was the story telling.

Another Good One

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Évalué le: 2020-03-04

Another great and well researched listen from Ann Rule. The story of Rolf Neslund should be turned into a film, it was crazy. One of the best from her anthologies - for the stories alone.

I'm Addicted to These

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Évalué le: 2020-03-04

I binge listen to these anthologies, they're so interesting and the cases are obscure and often I haven't heard anything about them before. Ann Rule does such a great job researching, and drawing modern-day parallels for older cases.

Some Unique Stories I Never Heard Before

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Évalué le: 2020-03-04

I love these anthologies by Ann Rule. You get a few stories out of one book and it's great for the busy person. These crimes were unique to me and sort of flabbergasting. Def worth a listen. I enjoy this narrator for the most part but she has some odd pronunciations of words that stands out. Lived for instances she'll pronounce like live music, live-ed, when she means he lived.

good narrator but bad audio

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Évalué le: 2019-12-13

I could hear background noise, mic pops and more. was very distracting and made it hard to get through the book. I've heard the narrator before, he's good. the book is ok, but author doesn't have the flare for story telling that John Douglas does. he's sometimes too descriptive.

Shocking Story

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Évalué le: 2019-12-03

I had never heard much about this killer and this book really provides a comprehensive overview of everything. Super interesting listen. Does a good job of sharing the details without overdoing it.

Graphic but a good listen

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Évalué le: 2019-12-03

Be warned this book gets into more graphic detail about sexual assault than most. Covers some cases I didn't know about before, takes a new perspective on ones I did. I enjoy the narrator as well. Overall, solid true crime overview book.

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A Little Biased...

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Évalué le: 2019-12-03

While I learned a lot of interesting things about this, it didn't translate as well to audiobook and the author seems a bit biased. There were some topics that discussed math and stats and it was hard to understand without reading it. He seems to think his method is the best method of all and doesn't touch on any of the obvious concerns. He seems to have very little respect for most criminal profilers or other profiling systems and approaches. I was surprised to hear him say that feminists are upset about rape basically because it takes value away from a woman? yeah... I think women just hate being raped dude. Had some interesting cases but overall was an odd book

Fairly standard stuff from Douglas

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Évalué le: 2019-09-09

I really enjoy John's work, but if you've read one it's like you've read them all. There's a lot of overlap in this book and his many others, material feels a bit recycled. But a few new interesting points. If you liked his other books you'll like this one, just don't expect too many surprises.

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