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The Ryan Green True Crime Collection: Volume 2

Written by: Ryan Green
Narrated by: Steve White
Length: 13 hrs and 7 mins
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Four chilling true crime stories in one collection, from the best-selling author Ryan Green.

Volume two contains some of Green’s most fascinating accounts of violence, abuse, deception, and murder. Within this collection, you'll receive: Obeying Evil: The Mockingbird Hill Massacre Through the Eyes of a Killer, the shocking true story of Ronald Gene Simmons and the most disturbing family killing spree in the United States. During the Christmas Holidays in 1987, the retired Air Force Master Sergeant executed 16 people, 14 of which were members of his family. This included his daughter, whom he had sexually abused, and the child he had fathered with her. 

The Truro Murders: The Sex Killing Spree Through the Eyes of an Accomplice: James Miller, an aging misfit, meets his one true love - Christopher Worrell, a young, charismatic sociopath - in prison. Miller stops at nothing to meet the demands of his sadistic friend in an attempt to take the relationship to another level.

Sinclair: The World's End Murders Through the Eyes of a Killer: The naked bodies of two teenage girls were discovered the morning after a night out in Edinburgh. No attempt had been made to conceal their bodies. They were six miles apart, and both girls had been beaten, gagged, tied, raped, and strangled.

You Think You Know Me: The True Story of Herb Baumeister and the Horror at Fox Hollow Farm: Herb Baumeister was a husband, father of three, and successful businessman - but he was hiding a very dark secret. In June 1996, police uncovered the remains of eleven bodies within the family estate.

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  • Polly Poizendem
  • New Orleans
  • 2018-12-08

Like reading killers diaries . . .

I LOVED the format of this compilation of True Crime stories! They are written as the author says - through the killers eyes. Its as if you are reading their personal diaries as to what they were thinking, saying and doing before, during and after the crime. Sure gives you quite a sense of being there! Wow. And...there are pretty much NO details spared, so be prepared to hear all the nitty gritty. I was totally sucked into each of the stories.

I was gifted this audiobook in exchange for my fair review/opinion, and believe me - this was a VERY easy review to write! I would have gladly spent a credit on this one....yes indeed. Thank you :)

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  • Troy Buffington
  • Hillsboro Oregon
  • 2018-12-31

Well done

You may want to lock your door after reading this. These true tales of viscous killers is fascinating and makes you wonder...How well do you know your neighbors?

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  • CobwebLing
  • Michigan, USA
  • 2019-06-11

meh

There was definitely potential for an exceptional listen here, but the brevity and lack of detail in all 3 stories left me feeling like I was missing a chunk of the stories.

I'm also guessing Green is some flavor of European, as he refers to a gas station in Indiana (which I'm fairly certain is still in the US) as a petrol station.

Okay, I'd be much less critical if I didn't see how fantastic an author Green could be. Take *one* of these stories and turn it into a 50k+ book, and you'd have my money.

As for the narrator. I love Steve White. Truly. But he should NEVER attempt British, Welsh, Irish or Australian accents. He sounds like an unsure pirate. Just sayin'.

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  • Rayc
  • 2019-01-08

True Crime to make you beware!

The Ryan Green True Crime Collection: Volume 2.. 4 true crime books in one volume. It is a great read if you like true crime genre. And it does cause you to look at your neighbours, makes you wonder who is living and working near you.
The book is an eyeopener as to how people get away with it for so long. Gripping audio book.
I was given a free copy of this audiobook at my own request, and voluntarily leave this review.

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  • Shannon G
  • 2019-01-06

Normalcy is Overrated

Ryan Green does it again in this collection, giving us horrible, sick true stories in a way we can handle. These four stories tell the tales from the killers point of views. It is amazing just how "normal" and "ordinary" these twisted individuals can appear to those of us on the outside of their world. I enjoyed listening to this collection and if you like hearing tales of this sort then you really need to check this out. The narration was done very well. Steve White has a nice voice and he read at a good pace. I will say one more thing, if you have problems with graphic details then you should pass this up because nothing is spared.

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • qcathy
  • Queensland Australia
  • 2019-08-12

great narrator.

great book. so pleased the narrator didn't attempt to do the Australian and British accents. that is always very insulting.

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  • G C
  • 2019-07-30

EXCELLENT!

I've become fascinated with these crime stories!. I have to admit that the images and information provided will stay with you for quite a while. The narration is excellent. The author gives very detailed information. Ryan Green is becoming my go to author for true crime stories!. I look forward to reading more books by this author. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Ashley Hedden
  • 2019-07-11

Great Read

The Ryan Green True Crme Collection: Volume Two was a good read by Ryan Green. This collection consisted of; Obeying Evil: The Mockingbird Hill Massacre Through the Eyes of a Killer, The Truro Murders: The Sex Killing Spree Through the Eyes of an Accomplice, Sinclair: The World's End Murders Through the Eyes of a Killer, and You Think You Know Me: The True Story of Herb Baumeister and the Horror at Fox Hollow Farm. These are the accounts of violence, abuse, deception, and murder by some of the most heinous people. This was a great read of true crime stories for anyone who enjoys true crime. I can't wait to read more by Ryan Green.

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  • Teresa Noel
  • Silver Springs FL
  • 2019-05-10

True Crime at it's finest

I love true crime and I Love Ryan Green. Ryan really gets down tot he nitty gritty of each of his true crime stories. You learn more from Ryan Green about the crimes than with most other Authors. He takes you into the past of the villain and the victims as well.

This collection brings 3 horrific cases.

The first is Ronald Gene Simmons. Ronald killed his whole family of 14 people as well as 2 others for a total of 16 people.

The 2nd is Christopher Worrell's killing spree. Ryan brings us the story through the eyes of James Miller, who was in love with Christopher and was also his accomplice.

The 3rd is Sinclair the case is about 2 teenage girls who were out for a night of fun in Edinburgh. They end up laying in the open the next morning 6 miles apart beaten, gagged, tied, raped, and strangled.

And last but not least Herb Baumeister, Herb killed at least 11 men.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-03-24

very intriguing

First I will start with the Narrator and he was Great ! and the stories were so interesting and detailed, there were moments I found myself cringing at the detail of evil .