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    If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer review [Book]  2018-3-13 18:0

    I didn't wish to read it. Oprah wouldn't read it. But now after 20 plus some odd years, and with the assassin set to obtain out of prison, I thought I'd see what this was all about. I really felt for the Goldmans, and hope they found some satisfaction in pursuing justice. the killer's portion of the book created me angry. I took it as a confession, which it was, but his lack of remorse and blaming the victims just infuriated me. I knew it would. So I didn't allow it obtain to me. It would have been nice if the assassin would have been murdered while in prison.

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    If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer review [Book]  2018-3-13 18:0

    Upon hearing about this book, I was disgusted. "How can people support him create cash off murder?" Swore I'd never read it, then (all these years later) I found out that the Goldmans obtain the money. So I bought it.And I read it. Unsurprisingly, the best part of the book is Dominick Dunne's afterword. There is something from Kim Goldman, as well, which was beautiful well e "OJ" part of the book is extraordinarily disappointing. I thought it would be a confession, much like Ted Bundy's confession - honesty cloaked as a hypothetical. (Odd how lies are presented as truths and truths are presented as lies. It must be exhausting to be these guys, all those mental gymnastics.)Basically, the OJ story is just BS and not honest at all. Nicole is presented as a decent girl who, over the years, becomes more and more demanding, emotionally draining and irrational.OJ presents himself as the perfect, stand-up guy who is so put-upon by this whack job, Nicole. He does everything he can do and is always doing the right thing. Even when he lost his temper (which was, of course, all Nicole's fault and ONLY happened those times that were recorded on 911 calls), it was because he was such a amazing dad and worried about his children - FOR THE CHILDREN! - he was pushed harder than any tolerant, rational amazing parent and decent man could stand. Who could blame him for his outburst?!Poor ere is a brief description of the moments leading up to the murder, which is all BS. Completely, ridiculously fabricated. OJ reports that Ron Goldman was preparing to war him, then OJ (of course) blacks out. The next thing he remembers is being covered in blood, seeing two bodies and wondering what happened and who did that?So very, very stupid. Even when presented with the opportunity to tell the truth while cloaking it in hypotheticals, OJ still lies. He must really have convinced himself that there is some story that will explain it all, have him coming across as the amazing guy and create people not just believe him, but like him and admire him.Even Ted Bundy told the truth in the end. Not OJ. The guy just cannot tell the insight into the mind of a batterer-turned-murderer. No honesty about what he thought or felt. Nothing real. At e only thing I learned from this book is that OJ, even after so much time to do it, isn't intelligent enough to come up with a decent, close-to-believable lie. So, he's dumber than I suspected he was. That's e ONLY reason to buy the book is because you wish to throw a few bucks to the Goldmans. There really isn't anything worth reading.

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    If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer review [Book]  2018-3-13 18:0

    I would never have bought this book if it was OJ that profited from it. The best parts of the book were the beginning and end which were not written by the killer, explaining how this book ended up in the Goldman families hands. The section written by the assassin was nauseating, his narcisism dripped from the pages as he explained how if he had done it, it was Nicole 's fault. A very interesting read.

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    If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer review [Book]  2018-3-13 18:0

    I had to give it 4 stars because it's revealing, not because it's a pleasant book to read. It was actually hard to continue reading at times. It's not huge words, but a heavy ego behind the writing that makes the book unpalatable. I was curious as to how this assassin would portray himself, and it was staggering. The ghostwriter nailed his hero perfectly--"malignant narcissism." In the chapter about the murders, he breezes through it, with an imaginary accomplice, but the previous and following chapters are all about how much he loved Nicole and how physically violent she was with him. If a person wasn't convinced of his guilt before reading this book, they can't support but see through his pathetic smoke screens now. I recommend it, but hold some antacid handy, because Simpson expects the readers to swallow a whole lot of hogwash.

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    If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer review [Book]  2018-3-13 18:0

    I was in high school and our teacher allow us watch the verdict be announced. With my cheering classmates behind me I felt physically sick. I was so satisfied the Goldman's fought to obtain this book. Any win for them has been a long time coming. O.J. spends the entire book leasing up to his confession trashing Nicole. He makes her out to be a slut, drug addict and worst of all he claims she abused him and he often feared her. He wants us to believe that she deserved this because of her behavior. He truly is a psychopath who does not deserve to walk around as a free man. I wonder if the jury ever feels guilt over their decision to allow him go? Nobody will ever know the respond to that one. God bless the Goldman and Brown families as well as Nicole two precious children. Reading his own words about your loved one must have been excruciating.

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    If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer review [Book]  2018-3-13 18:0

    It's too poor O.J. Simpson wasn't found guilty so he could serve time for these horrendous murders. He is a ruthless animal. I'm just thankful that he won't be getting any cash for the sale of this book.

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    If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer review [Book]  2018-3-13 18:0

    I didn't know how to feel about this book.I watched the trial and thought it highly likely oj killed both Ron and Nicole. I downloaded the sample which explained the Goldmans position . I noticed several things oj says contradicts himself. First he said he shook hands with people and did not have a chop on his hand when he went out of city that night yet told the police he chop his hand before to explain the blood in his bronko. Also pay attention. It was so surreal. What I think matters not his judge will create the final judgment when his finishes this life.

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    If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer review [Book]  2018-3-13 18:0

    I bought it mainly so the Goldman Family would obtain some of the cash they deserved and did not get.

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    If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer review [Book]  2018-3-13 18:0

    I went back and forth for months wondering if I should read this. I am so very very glad I did read it. I got insight into O.J. mind. I also am glad to read all that the Goldman family have been through. I don't know how they survived it all. Very powerful people. It's still a everyday struggle for them as well as Nicole family, and their children. Prayers for all of them.

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    If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer review [Book]  2018-3-13 18:0

    I love novels and being transformed into another world. Reading this book I had to catch myself and remind myself that this is the mind of a physical abuser and a murderer. I disagree with a previous comment about skipping to chapter 6 for the murder. The reason is a easy one. When OJ talks about his relationship with Nichole, his focus is to paint himself as a amazing human being and is not perfect. He shifts all the blame onto her stating that she was violent and abusive and he was her amazing mate just trying to protect himself. He says how satisfied he was when she (by his account) took credit for everything that was wrong in the relationship and that she finally held herself accountable. He goes onto say that when she went through counseling, that resulted in her being created more aware of her anger problems and how so very wrong she was in the relationship. Again it is all her fault. He says she stalked him and called here endlessly and finally begged to obtain him back. He went back because she is so charming and beautiful. Wow talk about turning the tables when other accounts have it so different. He said the pictures she had locked up were self inflicted and he is by all accounts totally innocent except for a few minor human imperfections. This story is an old one that is heard so a lot of times. The abuser damage her because she brought it on herself. OJ was a very charming man that snowed a lot of people. The facts weigh out fiction. I recommend reading this as doing so will give insight into how the self centered arrogant abuser actually thinks. Maybe if we are all educated we can not feed the beast and leave them alone.

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    The Big Book of Serial Killers: 150 Serial Killer Files of the World's Worst Murderers (An Encyclopedia of Serial Killers) review [Book]  2017-10-13 21:16

    Very well thought out

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    The Big Book of Serial Killers: 150 Serial Killer Files of the World's Worst Murderers (An Encyclopedia of Serial Killers) review [Book]  2017-10-13 21:16

    Very interesting reading

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    The Big Book of Serial Killers: 150 Serial Killer Files of the World's Worst Murderers (An Encyclopedia of Serial Killers) review [Book]  2017-10-13 21:16

    Kindle Unlimited though got it on a freebie day, when got a heads up from the writer. Beautiful sure I agreed to read this for possible review on e Serial Assassin Books: 15 Popular Serial Assassins Real Crime Stories That Shocked The Globe (The Serial Assassin Files) {What I said about that one} This book collection was very informative and very gross; I will have to allow my child read it, as he is all in to serial killers, including Dexter yes, but the even deadlier true ones. Oh, and by 'kid' I mean my kid, he's grown now, so js. Noticed the writer's amazon list of books; there are lots of grossly interesting books and sets in there. Not to slight this collection, in which this also lots of grossly interesting stories, so buckle in and hold keep of the barf bag if you don't have a powerful e Huge Book of Serial KillersL 150 Serial Assassin Files of the World's Worst Murderers {An Encylopedia of Serial Assassins -- A-Z encyclopedia of 150 serial killers, men and women, covering the countries of the globe. Each killer's files has such info as when and how they killed, their background or the suspects in certain cases, the trials and punishments, some quotes by the killers. *NOT suggested for those with weak constitutions/stomachs/nerves or night reading.

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    The Big Book of Serial Killers: 150 Serial Killer Files of the World's Worst Murderers (An Encyclopedia of Serial Killers) review [Book]  2017-10-13 21:16

    I've read more than one book of the "encyclopedia" types but this is by far the best one I've read. The layout is perfect. If you person who likes a clean, logically laid out book like I do this is the book for you. The pertinent info is first followed by sections for background, the crimes, capture and trial, and sometimes even trivia.Jack Ridgewood really does a outstanding job of letting you obtain to know these people in a short, concise space. Most will create you shake your head, ask why could this happen. Some will be having you check your doors and windows. Others create you wonder what happened to create such a creature walk the earth. A few will create you want someone would have stepped in to support them before they got that way. All will create you cry for their victims.

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    The Big Book of Serial Killers: 150 Serial Killer Files of the World's Worst Murderers (An Encyclopedia of Serial Killers) review [Book]  2017-10-13 21:16

    This is yet another amazing read that’s really hard to place down. It's an insightful and graphically detailed acc of some of the most horrific serial killers. In fact, while reading yet another of Jack Rosewoods books (this time it’s more of an encyclopedia!), I just had to hold turning the pages yet again. Not necessarily because it's all that enjoyable in any way, shape or form, to delve a small too deeply into the malefic minds of such murderous men, but because I sincerely believe that most people are fascinated in one method or another by serial killers. Perhaps it’s the human morbid fascination with death. I’m not exactly sure. However, maybe it just astounds the average person as to how depraved other individuals can case you skipped passed the book description, author Jack Rosewood best describes this frenzied feast better than I ever could: “There is small more terrifying than those who hunt, stalk and snatch their prey under the cloak of darkness. These hunters find not for animals, but for the touch, taste, and empowerment of human flesh. They are cannibals, vampires and monsters, and they walk among ese serial assassins are not mythical beasts with horns and shaggy hair. They are people living among society, going about their day to day activities until nightfall. They are the Dennis Rader’s, the fathers, husbands, church going members of the is A-Z encyclopedia of 150 serial assassins is the ideal reference book. Included are the most popular real crime serial killers, like Jeffrey Dahmer, John Wayne Gacy, and Richard Ramirez, and not to mention the women who kill, such as Aileen Wuornos and Martha Rendell. There are also lesser known serial killers, covering a lot of countries around the world, so the range is broad.Each of the serial assassin files contains info on when and how they killed the victims, the background of each killer, or the suspects in some cases such as the Zodiac killer, their trials and punishments. For some there are chilling quotes by the assassins themselves. The Huge Book of Serial Assassins is an simple to follow collection of info on the world’s most heinous murderers.”Even if you are a seasoned campaigner of real crime, The Huge Book of Serial Killers: 150 Serial Assassin Files of the World's Worst Murderers (An Encyclopedia of Serial Killers) will surely raise more than a few hairs on the back of your neck. It was a first-class read and the author gave a perspective to these horrific crimes that was both fascinating and intriguing. This was one of the better real crime books that I have read recently.I would highly recommend this read to all fans of the true-crime genre. I’m also a huge fan of Jack Rosewood so it’s another 5 Stars from me. Well done again!

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    The Big Book of Serial Killers: 150 Serial Killer Files of the World's Worst Murderers (An Encyclopedia of Serial Killers) review [Book]  2017-10-13 21:16

    Florida author Jack Rosewood inherited his fascination for heinous crimes from his father, a journalist covering major grim crimes such as Ted Bundy. He is fascinated with serial assassins – their development psychologically, their preparation for their life of crime, and the info of how they created their bloody black marks on the world. Jack moves away from his intensive studies of serial assassins to discover current crimes most of which are discoveries for the reader – even the Jack Rosewood reader! He is joined by co-author Rebecca Lo with whom he has published three other collections - TRUE CRIME STORIES: TRUE CRIME ANTHOLOGY - and together they survey THE BIG BOOK OF SERIAL KILLERS – electing to share the incredulous horror of 150 serial usual Jack (and now with Rebecca) opens with an introduction explaining the decision to put these gruesome stories before us: ‘For hundreds of years, serial assassins have walked the roads and driven the highways in all four corners of the world. The Huge Book of Serial Assassins has brought 150 of the most depraved, sadistic, and terrifying murderers from Russia, America, Germany, Australia, Korea, China, Denmark and the UK together in one giant encyclopedia. From Elias Abuelazam to the Zodiac killer, this A-Z reference book includes info on the classification of each killer, the background, victims, way of killing, arrest, trial and punishment of some of the worst assassins that have terrorized the world. Dates are included, such as when they started killing, their arrest, and execution dates where relevant. This encyclopedia is concise and factual, an educational tool for those who want to learn more about the men and women who kill.’From this terrifying introduction Jack and Rebecca address not only the back history of each of these serial killers, but also carefully describe the manner in which the killings occurred with a sense of psychological finesse that is rarely found in books such as this. We read, we learn, and we start to understand.Easy reading? No, because of the topic matter but not the style of journalism. This is another necessary book from Jack Rosewood as assisted by Rebecca Lo. We must remain vigilant. Grady Harp, June 17

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    The Big Book of Serial Killers: 150 Serial Killer Files of the World's Worst Murderers (An Encyclopedia of Serial Killers) review [Book]  2017-10-13 21:16

    This book is interesting but I search it very disturbing that each chapter or topic is described/written exactly like Wikipedia...almost verbatim. It is as if the author took the information directly from there and tried to change the wording slightly. I am one of those people who read about books about interesting topics and google them to search out as much as I can and this jumped out at me right away. It's method too related to be coincidental.

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    The Big Book of Serial Killers: 150 Serial Killer Files of the World's Worst Murderers (An Encyclopedia of Serial Killers) review [Book]  2017-10-13 21:16

    The first thing I need to mention is that I purchased this book as an audio book. This is significant because it contributes strongly to the impression that I got of this book. This is going to sound like a strange comparison but to me this book brought forth the photo of what I imagine speed dating to be like. I know, weird analogy, but hear me out.When you are listening to this book what happens is that you obtain a whole lot of very brief descriptions of each of a lot of killers. Most of them I had read something about before, but some were brand fresh for me. To me it was almost like registering for a speed dating event. You obtain a few mins to review images of individuals that are participating, and then move from one table to the next getting just the highlights. That is to say you obtain a list of names, dates, and general timeline. No time for things like in depth understanding, just is this someone I'm interested in or e reason I suppose that this photo is so appropriate is because it has the same result on me. I will use this book to note individuals I might be interested in completing a case study. A brief overview of individuals like this will give you an opportunity to pick out individuals for say a case study on individuals who developed fantasies based on a fetish, or individuals who went from victim to abuser. It is also possible to use brief cases coverage to weed through and pick out individual cases that help a theory such as, "Serial assassins appear to have either higher than average or lower than average intelligence." I am not saying that is a fact by the way, just that it is an example of a theory that could gain potential help material in this what makes this a 4 star book? I like the writing of Jack Rosewood. He is direct without a lot of padding and sequential so things create since. Furthermore he does his research and does not insert opinion.

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    The Big Book of Serial Killers: 150 Serial Killer Files of the World's Worst Murderers (An Encyclopedia of Serial Killers) review [Book]  2017-10-13 21:16

    Jack Rosewood's books are so simple to read, and by that I just mean his style of writing is such that you can pick up one of (or all of) his books and just begin digging in. Now, his topic matter is a small delicate but there are those of us who 'enjoy' reading real crime and therefore can't obtain enough of learning about the truly evil things people can do to one another. Shame, really, because that means there are victims....Ok, back to this particular book. This volume has loads of fast stories that will give you a gist of each serial assassin and a fast listing of their timeline and victims, if known. It is very organized and there's enough to pique your interest, and then if you want to learn further about a certain individual, there's plenty out there to delve into (and Jack probably wrote a longer, detailed book about them).

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    The Big Book of Serial Killers: 150 Serial Killer Files of the World's Worst Murderers (An Encyclopedia of Serial Killers) review [Book]  2017-10-13 21:16

    Perfect author! For real crime enthusiasts, this book is a must have. Mr. Rosewood definitely has a knack for holding the readers' interest and, in this book he presents each case in a very informative manner. As a lot of real crime books as I have read, I must admit that in the reading of this one, I gleaned info on several serial killers, whom I have read about in the past, that I did not know. There are several serial assassins within the pages of this book whom I have never read about before. There are some cases that occurred over a century ago, so for the avid real crime reader, I would say that this book is definitely a fine addition to your real crime library.

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    The Serial Killer Books: 15 Famous Serial Killers True Crime Stories That Shocked The World (The Serial Killer Files) review [Book]  2018-5-30 18:0

    I am a real crime junkie - I've been reading real crime books since I was 10 and read "Helter Skelter" and I thought I'd heard/read about every serial assassin there was. Nope - I read about quite a few cases I'd never heard of before in this collection. While Jack Rosewood doesn't go into depth, he tells you all the necessary points about the case. I've read other "snippet" books, where the author has done nothing but regurgitate info you can search out yourself by doing an internet find - not these! I truly enjoyed this collection and I think you will, too :)

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    The Serial Killer Books: 15 Famous Serial Killers True Crime Stories That Shocked The World (The Serial Killer Files) review [Book]  2018-5-30 18:0

    There are a lot of depraved serial assassins in this book and I found it to be fascinating reading. Reading about Bundy, Gacy, Dahmer, Berkowitz, Wuornos, and other well-known killers, as well as a lot of lesser known criminals, was interesting. What distracted me were the number of typos that seemed to steadily increase – by the second half of the book, there were too a lot of to ignore. A spell-checker would have helped correct the most obvious, though an editor would have helped much more. If I hadn't been so interested in the topic matter, I would have stopped reading before I finished the book.I guess it's my private preference, but I'd also like to see greater depth, at least on the main assassins Rosewood wrote about - more about the victims, more about what motivated some of the assassins - more quality and less at said, if you can overlook the quality of the writing, the topic matter will appeal to readers of the Real Crime genre, and it's not a poor book.

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    The Serial Killer Books: 15 Famous Serial Killers True Crime Stories That Shocked The World (The Serial Killer Files) review [Book]  2018-5-30 18:0

    Florida author Jack Rosewood inherited his fascination for heinous crimes from his father, a journalist covering major grim crimes such as Ted Bundy. He is fascinated with serial assassins – their development psychologically, their preparation for their life of crime, and the info of how they created their bloody black marks on the world. Jack moves away from his intensive studies of serial assassins to discover current crimes most of which are discoveries for the reader – even the Jack Rosewood reader! He is joined by co-author Rebecca Lo with whom he has published three other collections - TRUE CRIME STORIES: TRUE CRIME ANTHOLOGY - and together they survey SERIAL KILLERS – electing to share the incredulous horror of fifteen serial killers.Jack Rosewood opens a fresh door to reveal more of his expertise on his ongoing research and writing about real crime. He has made a fresh series – THE SERIAL KILLER BOOKS – in which he surveys 15 popular serial assassins whose stories continue to terrify the public. As one who has read all of Jack’s books it is with eagerness that this fresh series is approached. For those fresh to his prowess, Florida author Jack Rosewood comes by his obsession for heinous crimes from his father, a journalist covering major grim crimes. He is fascinated with serial assassins – their development psychologically, their preparation for their life of crime, and the info of how they created their bloody black marks on the world. The film star handsome Rosewood lives in Jupiter, Florida with his wife and two children. And now on to this exciting (if heinously terrifying) book he has named THE SERIAL KILLER BOOKS!Preparing for his fresh examination of the diabolical history and psychopathology of these ‘new’ SERIAL KILLERS Jack offers a fine Introduction. ‘When we discover the world’s underbelly, we search people who can willfully commit the most heinous of acts, seemingly without batting an eyelash or thinking about the repercussions. These are the assassins whose stories are so unforgettable, so terribly heinous that it’s hard to imagine that we share the same earth, breathe the same air, walk the same soil. Some are unable to control themselves, some are acting out based on either real-life abuse or perceived slights that have set them on a course for revenge and some are just savages, created even more violent when they found a partner who shared their same sick sense of fun and games. This diverse anthology of serial assassin stories gives added insight into some of the most horrific people to ever create headlines– assassins whose stories are the ones that have already stepped into your nightmares. A collection that brings numerous assassins between two covers– Ted Bundy, Aileen Wuornos, John Wayne Gacy, Charles Starkweather and his sidekick girlfriend Caril Fugate– this is the book for real crime lovers who wish to know more about the assassins whose names they already know, with some surprises thrown in to hold things interesting. This book explores 15 various types of crimes and killers, looking at men who murdered their families– some thinking they were in all reality doing them a favor– murders that happened on Christmas, forever destroying the revered holiday for the survivors, and crimes that were so strange it’s difficult to believe they could have happened at all. Whether psychotic killers, female serial assassins or prolific killers, we’ve delved into some of the most familiar cases and some lesser-known cases to give you a glimpse of the levels of evil that may lurk just outside your door– or in the room across the hall.’The serial assassins of the collection are John List, Charles Lawson, Katherine Knight, Albert DeSalvo, Jesse Poweroy, John Wayne Gacy, Aileen Wuornos, Gary Ridgway, Ted Bundy, Andrei Chikatilo, Dennis Rader, Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate, Gary Gilmore, H.H. Holmes, Richard Speck, and a gift chapter that discusses popular hate crimes.Jack has done his research so that all the facts are straight, but the true success of this collection is his intense writing style that is wholly mesmerizing. Another indispensible volume of the angry side of the brain of serial killers. Grady Harp, April 17

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    The Serial Killer Books: 15 Famous Serial Killers True Crime Stories That Shocked The World (The Serial Killer Files) review [Book]  2018-5-30 18:0

    A decent brief overview of a number of serial killers. I received a free download of the book in exchange for an honest review. I do not want to discourage an aspiring writer especially since I hope to have some things I have written published and I'm sure my writing isn't excellent either. Unfortunately, The Serial Assassin Books suffered from awkward attempts at nonlinear storytelling and a number of factual errors, including dates contradicted one paragraph to the next. A amazing editing and fact checking would greatly improve the book as a lot of of the errors are just a need for a amazing reread of the work before publication to fix obvious typos, incorrect autocorrections and very awkwardly phrased passages. The author is obviously knowledgeable and interested in the topic but would be well served by a professional editor.

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    The Serial Killer Books: 15 Famous Serial Killers True Crime Stories That Shocked The World (The Serial Killer Files) review [Book]  2018-5-30 18:0

    I've been reading real crime novels since I was in high school (in the 80s), when one summer's day, I required a book to read while suntanning by the pool, and my best mate handed me The Stranger Beside Me by Anne Rule. I assumed I'd beautiful much read at least *something* about every serial assassin - either by method of a book, or just falling down the rabbit hole of late night Wikipedia searches. I was surprised, and pleased, to learn how very wrong I was in this assumption! Jack Rosewood writes in a straight forward manner which I found very appealing, and at the end of each section there are smaller entries about others in the same genre (stranglers, spree killers, cannibals, etc.) including some lesser known serial killers, several of which I'd never heard of at all. I definitely and wholeheartedly recommend this box set for anyone who's interested in the grim, dark, and often incredibly sad (Eileen Wournos) side of human nature. Two thumbs method up!

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    The Serial Killer Books: 15 Famous Serial Killers True Crime Stories That Shocked The World (The Serial Killer Files) review [Book]  2018-5-30 18:0

    I have fun reading real crime & test to read everything I obtain my hands on. This set of books was well written & researched. It talks about how the assassins started out in life all the method to being caught & the punishment they received for the crimes committed.

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    The Serial Killer Books: 15 Famous Serial Killers True Crime Stories That Shocked The World (The Serial Killer Files) review [Book]  2018-5-30 18:0

    I love reading and listening to real crime stories, these books are amazing for anyone who is into real crime.

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    The Serial Killer Books: 15 Famous Serial Killers True Crime Stories That Shocked The World (The Serial Killer Files) review [Book]  2018-5-30 18:0

    No true background on the serial killers. Books very short. It felt like this could have been just one book, with a chapter devoted to each person.

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    The Serial Killer Books: 15 Famous Serial Killers True Crime Stories That Shocked The World (The Serial Killer Files) review [Book]  2018-5-30 18:0

    Unbelievable collection Jack Rosewood. Each story a small more twisted than the other. Have placed you on my "FAVORITE" authors list.

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    The Serial Killer Books: 15 Famous Serial Killers True Crime Stories That Shocked The World (The Serial Killer Files) review [Book]  2018-5-30 18:0

    A lot of these stories I have read over and over...but some we're fresh or had facts that I hadn't heard about before

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    Confession review [Movie]  2017-10-13 21:47

    I just watched this movie, Confession. From the time it started I was intrigued. First of all I love Chris Pine and think of him as a amazing actor. The film started off as very interesting and continued so til the end. However, there are some things I didn't like. Without giving away much, I felt that the priest who was accused (that's in the synopis so I'm not giving anything away), had me very annoyed because I felt he could have said something without breaking his vows. The detective did not do due diligence in trying to search out more about the crime because he was so hell bent on believing the priest was guilty. I also think they could have fleshed out his reason for his distrust/hatred of priests. I can forgive the director because I understand he wrote this when he was just 14 years old at a prep school and directed this in his early twenties. So I would give him A for Effort. Still a very interesting story and a amazing watch if you wish a small intrigue. Would love to know what others thought of it.

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    The Confession review [Book]  2017-12-18 18:0

    I bought this book because it was an Edgar Award winner. I was not disappointed. The cover makes it look like a dreary pulp fiction book. Do not judge a book by its cover.

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    The Confession review [Book]  2017-12-18 18:0

    Not poor simple read.

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    The Confession review [Book]  2017-12-18 18:0

    A very smart mystery novel.

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    The Confession review [Book]  2017-12-18 18:0

    Terrific read up until Epilogue...Bad ending, doesn't jibe with 'evidence' as it were. Too a lot of red herrings were strewn along the way.

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    The Confession review [Book]  2017-12-18 18:0

    A superbly written first-person psychological crime novel, one of the finest of this type I've read in a long time. Stansberry has made a amazing sociopathic monster. The narrative voice is unctuous, devious and fascinating. I felt from the first pages that I was in the hands of a master novelist and couldn't wait to explore where he would take me. I was also impressed by the little touches: the numerous visual references to San Quentin prison; the obsessive interest in the wardrobe choices of the different female characters. A major accomplishment!

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    The Confession review [Book]  2017-12-18 18:0

    The Confession is a 218-page psychological thriller by Domenic Stansberry. It was actually published in 2004, but, in a lot of ways, has a feel of an earlier pulp paperback era. Starting with the preface, a certain mood envelops the entire book. It is a narration, but it feels in some ways dream-like as the narrator conveys his thoughts. The fog-shrouded hills of Marin County are the backdrop to everything that happens in the book and almost forms another hero in it. Marin, as the narrator points out, "is a put where people search their inner selves, this mountain. Where they separate from the world. Myself," he explains, "I float over it all."It is, above all, a confession. And, as Jake admits quite candidly, a lot of people will be suspicious of anything he puts down and he is "not innocent of everything."The story that Jake Danser tells took put ten years earlier. He was a semi-successful forensic psychologist, who specialized in interviewing and presenting expert testimony in criminal cases, almost always on the defense side. He is married to Elizabeth, who is also a psychologist, but is quite wealthy. They both have been previously married. Jake's previous wife drowned in Baja California after their divorce. Jake is a ladies' man. He is vain about his looks and about his now-graying ponytail. "Elizabeth was a glamours woman in a lot of ways, sophisticated in her manner and her ideas." Was it just the cash that attracted Jake to her or was it something more? "It was the smell or her maybe. Something in her eyes, at once vulnerable and haughty, a glance that chop to the quick, full of presentiment, a suggestion there was something waiting ahead for us."Jake is also having an affair with Sara Johnson, "an attorney, ten years younger" who worked for the Public Defender. They had been having meetings in back offices, elevators, closets. He thinks about his wife as he puts his hands on Sara. The narrator talks about the clothes Sara and Elizabeth wear to give them part of their character. Sara seems to be always dressed in skirts and blouses that unbutton in the back. Their romance is frantic and feverish. She knows he is poor for her, that he has a violent streak that sometimes shows up in their lovemaking, particularly when he uses his tie to bind her, but she can't shake him. "My tie," he explains, "hung over her neck, draped like a scarf." The next thing he knows she has called the paramedics and is terrified of him.He feels torn between two women, Elizabeth and Sara, and when he is with Sara, it is as if they are in a spell as his grip tightens. "Of maybe it was simply something gone wrong in the soft mass of the brain."All through the story, though, the white clouds and fog are billowing outside the window and the wind is nagging at the rooftops. It is as if to say that outside is emptiness and a put where one can lose oneself. The book has a dream-like quality as he talks about the case he is working on, a man accused of strangling his wife, about how his marriage is slipping away, and Sara is slipping the back cover indicates, Sara, his mistress, is found strangled to death after a party where he was seen chasing her through the meadows. She is strangled to death with his necktie and he is now on the run. Has he been set up by a rival for his wife's affections or did he finally pull too tight with the necktie. He's telling the story and the question for the reader is whether or not the reader can trust the narrator who is either confessing or trying to explain away the charges versus is a compelling story and worth reading more than once to fully capture the ethereal quality of the fog-shrouded globe in which Jake lives. A worthy addition to the Hard Case Crime catalog.

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    The Confession review [Book]  2017-12-18 18:0

    Hard Case Crime books tend to be somewhat hit or miss, but this one is definitely a hit. It's a neo-noir thriller (not really a mystery) about a psychologist named Jake Danser who testifies in court about the mental status of defendants, usually for the defense, but who finds himself accused of murder. Has he been framed any number of people who have a reason to hate him? Or could he be just as crazy as the murder suspects he examines? All this may sound a bit cut-and-dried at first, but what makes the book unique is author Dominic Stansberry's treatment of the characters. Nobody in this book is clean, and Danser is the seamiest of all: a smugly self-satisfied, sex-addicted legal player who can rationalize his method out of virtually every situation. Stansberry's achievement is that he makes us hold reading, no matter how off-putting the actions of the protagonist seem; in lesser hands, we would be repelled by Danser and throw down the book. Perhaps only the late, amazing Robert Bloch could handle a protagonist with a mental imbalance with such skill, though even Bloch's Norman Bates wasn't quite as morally soiled as these characters.

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    The Confession review [Book]  2017-12-18 18:0

    I love this writer. The characters are people I think I have known. I love Marin County and the zone with all the excellent descriptions of My. Tam, the Bay, the Prison, the breeze and the attitudes of the wealthy people who wear the best, drive the coolest cars, know the right people. I will read more by Stansberry because he keeps me engaged, surprises me, and entertains me to the end. I am impressed.

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    The Confession review [Book]  2017-12-18 18:0

    I have heard a lot of people call this "a gripping Mystery." However, the author all but tells you the respond in the first fifty pages. Then he tries to throw you off in the latest fifty. He does it by shifting the focus and saying; if this were not first person you wouldn't know how things are e narrator is very obviously unreliable. Due to his obvious lack of honesty the book ends up twisting in the wind looking for a method to be interesting and fails. It seems like psychology is supposed to be what draws the reader in. To that end, there is an attempt at deep psychological self-analysis. All of the analysis ends up feeling superficial. The analysis feels like it came from a single afternoon of research. It doesn't feel like several years of education or expert knowledge. The psychological hypothesizing actually works versus the story in a very true so, as a lot of others have said, the ending is horrid. The epilogue really seems to serve very small purpose. It reinforces what we already know and does very small to add anything to the story. The ending may have been intended to create the reader uneasy and strike a note of fear. In my opinion it felt a lot like filler used to stretch the word count.I must admit that Stansberry did a amazing job of fulfilling the character. The dialogue and word choice is highly fitting. Stansberry's description of happenings and areas stay firmly in character. Also the character's actions seem to be logical for his personality. Stansberry allowed the protagonist to tell his story and kept his own voice nearly muted. Such self-censoring is something not seen often enough in modern literature. For that reason alone I give the story a two star rating.

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    The Confession review [Book]  2017-12-18 18:0

    "The impulse is in all of us. The reasonable person, he tunes it out. He shuts it off. It's a matter of will."Reading The Confession, we follow the narrator in a darkness which is rarely explored, a dark pit from which the work never emerges. Finally the reader, disoriented, is abandoned to search his method back to the reality we prefer, a globe of rules, perhaps loose, perhaps marginally defined, but nevertheless important for survival. Here the reader is thrown at the mercy of the narration, carried along past the fragile boundary of these rules, into the black chaos which is more easily ose who practice evil are generally vilified, written off as deviants, "the other". Yet don't we each have within ourselves the capacity for evil? A darkness, suppressed, which given the circumstances, could emerge? It's necessary to visit that suppressed self, to identify it so that it can be kept in check, to not ignore the chaos, but to confront it. This is the brilliance of Stansberry's work. This is why you should read "The Confession".

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    Confessions: Robbie (Confessions Series Book 1) review [Book]  2018-3-8 18:0

    Confession (nope, no pun): I have never read MMM. Heck I don't read MMF or MFM all that much. It's the idea of one person usually being added to an established relationship. It makes it difficult for me to believe that all partners in a three-way relationship are equally well loved and there is no imbalance and one of them is left behind, emotionally. So going into "Robbie: Confessions" was a bit of challenge for me but since Ella Frank has written one of my favorite MM series it was a no-brainer that I at the very least TRY (see what I did there?). This trilogy about  starts off beautiful much where the latest book of the Temptation series ended. it's about Robbie Bianchi, Julien Thornton and Joel Priestley, also dubbed The Princess, The Prick and The Priest. With a triple point of view Ella Frank ensures that we obtain a amazing feel for all three main characters and their thought processes. From the first moment Robbie's sassy and fun personality was introduced in TRY he brought a cheeky element into the story. In consistency with Temptation he continues to be the loud, proud, playful and endearing young man, who lights up a room with his cheerful and sweet disposition. He is pure sunshine. That is not to say that he doesn't have a care in this world. Like all people he has had painful experiences but he doesn't dwell on it and moves forward with his eyes wide open. Robbie is a firecracker and with him The Priest and The Prick obtain more than they bargained for.I think we met Joel Priestley for the first time in Ella Frank & Brooke Blaine's love child, the #PresLocked series. He was still living in LA until Logan and Cole (Temptation series) invited him to become a full partner at their law firm. The intense, stoic and closed off Priest has always been an enigma. From the moment Robbie and the charismatic lawyer meet they rub each other the wrong way. In "Robbie" we obtain to know the true Joel Priestley and he was. UTTER. PERFECTION.I'm totally gone for him. He is protective of those he loves, caring in an unassuming way, which is surprising for an intense man like him and it was then that I fell head over heels in love with him. He is the pillar people use for support, the man everyone looks at for advice. But there is also a darker side about him and that manifests itself in Joel always being in control and deliciously stly there is Julien, Priest's husband, who craves closeness and warmth. This and Robbie's zest for life attracts him to the spitfire. Julien is a television chef with a poor reputation. He is charming, magnetic, a small impish and seductive. But like Priest he is also a top dog which makes their relationship a small complicated. There is no doubt that they love each other, there is always a sense of complete devotion but to balance out their natures they need a third party. Robbie complements them in every way. With his sunny, mischievous and precious personality he brings lightness and a attractive sweetness into Joel and Julien's marriage that had been missing before. Now. This is Ella Frank and we know what a DIRTY BIRD she is. She writes hands down some of the hottest, filthiest sex scenes and if you think Logan and Tate were hot, Priest, Julien and Robbie will incinerate your Kindle. Remember when I said in the beginning that three-way relationships are always a small difficult for me? Robbie grows into this relationship. There is absolute transparency about what Priest and Julien expect and complete honesty about their feelings. I adore this. I love that they see the unique young man Robbie is. He is being cherished and wooed and there is no doubt in my mind that the connection with him will end up being as deep as the one Priest and Julien share. It just comes so natural because there is no pretense and pure acceptance from the first moment. It's also all kinds of sweet to see Robbie slowly fall in love with the man he used to dislike so e story is beautiful light so far but I'm sure that Ms Frank will crank up the angst in the next installment. There is a lot in the past of Julien and Joel that needs to be explored and I'm sure there will be a small bit heartbreak along the method which will have my emotions all over the place. Well, Ella, bring. It. On. "Robbie: Confessions" is a solid introduction to this fresh series. Joel Priestley, Julien Thornton and Robert Bianchi have charmed me and left me craving more for more of their unique, fascinating and surprisingly homogeneous constellation. The waiting for May begins, when Julien: Confessions will be released

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    Confessions: Robbie (Confessions Series Book 1) review [Book]  2018-3-8 18:0

    Reviewed For I'm A Sweet And Sassy Book WhoreI never thought I would type the words that I am about to type. If you know my love for Logan and Tate you know that this is going to be painful. I do believe that Julian, Priest and Robbie may very well beat my two favorite men in the holy $#@! this book is HOT. Like multiple wardrobe changes, oh my god I need to relieve this tension, I can picture it in my mind HOT. Seriously take caution reading this one in public because there is no method to hide how this book will create you feel. Sorry Tate and Logan I will always love you guys but they have you beat in the hotness factor.I have enjoyed Robbie’s hero since we first met him but it’s been the past few books that I really wanted to know more about him, to know who he really is and if he will search his happiness. I didn’t think Robbie would have the depth to his hero that he actually does and I am loving learning more about him. He is a surprise for sure and a pleasant one at iest well Robbie hates him with a fiery passion because of how Priest talks and treats him but is there more to it than that? Julian and Priest are married but that doesn’t mean that they aren’t looking for more. Is that more Robbie? Maybe it is maybe it’s not that is something you will have to read the book to search out. There is more than you are aware of but each person has their role, a balance they bring to the equation.What I will tell you is this, when you read this book hold in mind the emotions and feelings it will draw from inside of you. The angst, the emotions, the pain, the heartache, the love, the sexiness all will play a role while reading Robbie. I am already going through withdrawal waiting for the next book to be able to obtain more Robbie, Priest and Julian. Ella Frank once again has written about love and it doesn’t matter if you are straight or gay, love is love and sometimes the norm for others isn’t always what is the norm for ceived an ARC for which I voluntarily provided an honest review

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    Confessions: Robbie (Confessions Series Book 1) review [Book]  2018-3-8 18:0

    To search the right words to describe this book is not easy. We often read menage that is either 2 men and a woman or two women and a man but we rarely read stories that are more than just porn with 3 men. But this one eclipses anything I have read with that particular story line. Robbie has been a favorite hero since I started the Temptation series and his complete devotion to Logan despite no reciprocal feelings from Logan was palpable. Seeing him in that series go through his ups and downs in relationships created me wish to just hug the princess. Joel Priestley aka Priest remained an enigma throughout his interactions with all the other characters until the very latest book of Temptation series when we FINALLY learned something private about him. Julian looks almost to be a foil when he is introduced but small did we know he would become this major player. Priest is very austere but we finally see him -- maybe not ALL of him yet -- but we do finally see his heart (and yes, he indeed has one, as observed in his relationship with Julien). Julien comes across as this satisfied go lucky chef (with a temper of course, thus the Prick nickname) but there is method more to him than meets the eye. And then we have Robbie, who has been broken in the past and whose only concern is his family and never again losing who he is to someone else. The hero development that Ella gives us in this book is just amazing, a slow rolling tide of info that gives us a 3D glimpse into each of these men and what they are looking for...in life, in love and in a relationship. Robbie was not expecting anything with these men, but they will not go down without a fight. The love, and OMG the steam that fairly rises off the pages and burns you is exciting, awesome and just so darned beautiful! Can you read this without reading the Temptation series? Sure you can but I would absolutely recommend reading that series for the unbelievable backstories on these characters (and just because they are all so great). We need a larger starring system for this book.

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    Confessions: Robbie (Confessions Series Book 1) review [Book]  2018-3-8 18:0

    ***5 ‘No One Ever Says They Wish to Have a Intelligent Sexual Experience’ Stars***Did I really think I’d be in anything but full on head over heels adoration with Robbie, Priest & Julien? Did I?Maybe for a split second, if that.But seriously? It’s The Priest, The Princess and The Pr#ck.I fell in to adoration with Robbie a while ago, Priest absolutely fascinated me and Julien was the unknown thrown into the mix and after all that happened in Real (Temptation #6) I required to see how this would all play out and Ms. Frank slayed it!In all honesty, I’m finding it difficult to place the words down because I don’t wish to spoil anything for anyone because it spoil all the fun of watching these three dancing around each other, because it was all kinds of fun. It was also smexy as all obtain out. I mean, total hotness! I actually fanned myself and wished I wasn’t at work while reading this book and was in the privacy of my own home, because D$%^! But the best part was simply sitting back and watching the three of them interact. The chemistry, the dynamic, between them was everything. Even when things were awkward, it was everything. The bantering between them all, and yes Priest does banter in his own unique way, was fun and I loved how begin and honest they all were about what they were looking for. It was *big, heavy, dopey, heart melting sigh* everything.Okay. I’m stopping my verbal vomiting right tom line. I LOVED Robbie (the book and the man). It was everything I hoped it would be and more. And as for that ending. It’s a cliffhanger and yet it’s not one I’m angry at. It was done perfectly and I cannot wait to obtain my hands on the next book, though waiting until May will try my patience, it will be soooo worth it to dive deeper into the attractive and sensual storm that surrounds and winds through the men known as The Priest, The Princess and The Pr$ck.~ Copy provided by the author & voluntarily reviewed ~

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    Confessions: Robbie (Confessions Series Book 1) review [Book]  2018-3-8 18:0

    You'll fall more in love with 'The Princess', swoon and not stop smiling about 'The Prick' and completely warm your heart and soul with 'The Priest'. Wow, just wow. I loved it. If you've been in love with Robbie from the moment you met him you're going to be so satisfied about this fresh series. We briefly met Robbie, Julien and Priest from the Temptation Series but didn't know what makes them tick. Ella frank writes characters like no other. Robbie is sweet, sassy and finally feels like he's found himself again. Both Julien and Joel have individual pasts that are darker and have broke them. They had a powerful connection from the moment they met, but they knew they required more. Once they see Robbie they know they've found him, that someone to balance out their dark edges and heal them. We obtain some questions answered and a whole bunch of fresh info I can't wait to explore about these guys. I'm so satisfied this is a MMM I can obtain into and one I've been waiting for. Each of their piece fits together and works, I don't see two people with a better connection and a one side hero you just forget about. I see all three as a amazing couple, needing each other equally. Their chemistry is off the charts, adorable cute moments mix with a whole lotta sexy. The sass is true folks! Love that each chapter had a "confession" with it too. What more could you ask for? Oh I know, the next book of course! Can't wait for it! I voluntarily reviewed an 'Advance Author’s Copy' of this book.

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    Confessions: Robbie (Confessions Series Book 1) review [Book]  2018-3-8 18:0

    WOW! I love this story! Ella Frank is definitely a talented author! I was so excited when I learned of this book, I couldn’t wait to read it! These three together are so excellent and HOT! This book was not only hot, but created me feel so a lot of more emotions. Did I mention how HOT this book is, LOL. The HOTTEST book I have ever read! I received an advanced reader copy for an honest review.*Magic Beyond The Covers Book Blog*

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    Confessions: Robbie (Confessions Series Book 1) review [Book]  2018-3-8 18:0

    4.75 StarsWe're back in the globe of our darlings Logan & Tate! Well, not really - this is a spin-off thingy, but we all met and fell for Robbie in the Temptation series ....If you haven't read TRY & TAKE & TRUST & TEASE & TATE & TRUE you should definitely do it!!(it's not important to understand this, buy why would you wish to miss meeting those guys? Huh? READ THOSE BOOKS!!!!☺)Robbie! The small barkeeper troublemaker who was in love with Logan!Now that Logan & Tate are happily married, he has two fresh men to worry about.Logan's law-firm-partner Joel Priest and Priest's popular french chef hubby bbie kinda mega flirted with Julien and was already halfway in love with him, when he found out that he was married to Priest. PRIEST of all people. The one person he can't stand! He just rubs him wrong. Even though he kinda secretly wishes he would rub him in some personal rrr.But what he could've never imagined ... those two married guys wish him. HIM!BOTH OF THEM! WHAT???LET THE FUN TIMES BEGIN!═════════════════════We've been wanting to hear Robbie's story for so very long - and now here it is! YAY!!!And I loved h Priest and Julien have some very dark 'secrets' and sad pasts and both are beautiful dominant - that is why they're always looking for someone they can take it out on in a very pleasurable way. Someone to create their (love)life a bit less intense. So far it was only ever one night with a stranger - but now they finally found the one person in the globe that would be their excellent fit. But of course they need to take it slow - they don't wish to scare not good Robbie away by revealing everything about them too soon.But so far he's still here. He's very interested. Let's hope it stays that RY EROTIC and adorable and funny story. With some very sad and moving and serious moments thrown in. Those three boys will have a LOT more to deal with in the next 2 books. But of course there will also be some very sexy times - just like in this first book!I really enjoyed reading it and I can't wait for book #2: JULIEN to obtain here in May!!!There are some little small things I didn't love-love - but don't worry - that's just me - I'm very weird! I already had that one issue with other M/M books - I would prefer them to be in the first person POV - because as soon as we have more than 1 man being talked about it gets confusing for me with all the HE'S HIS HE HIM stuff! And here we have 3 guys! Very confusing - you sometimes just don't know who is talking or thinking or who is talking about which of the other 2 guys. Very confusing for this easily confused e second thing. Priest is an awesome guy. A hot and sexy lawyer - very dominant ovary-exploding-material. BUT. WHY OH WHY does he have to have red hair?!?!?! It's described as auburn here, but it's still red and I hate that. I just can't imagine a hot red-haired guy. I always picture guys like Boris Becker or Pumuckl (if you don't know Pumuckl - google him!) I have yet to meet a hot, sexy, dominant alpha guy that could be my romance character with red hair. Present me one please!!!OK - that's it - nothing more to complain about!☺I really loved the book and I guess it will only obtain better with book #2 - there's still so much story to tell about those guys!

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    Confessions: Robbie (Confessions Series Book 1) review [Book]  2018-3-8 18:0

    From the min the vivacious and bratty Robbie Bianchi walked on the page in Ella Frank’s Try, I knew I wanted to know more about the outspoken, unapologetic young man and boy did Ms. Frank give Robbie everything he wanted and more in Confessions: Robbie. This book was quite frankly perfect; Robbie found two men who wanted him, two men who appreciated him exactly as he is, and two men who despite being married to one another wanted his light and sunshine in their somewhat dark lives. In them he found acceptance, safety, trust, and love and he nding out that Logan, the man Robbie had crushed on for years married his long time partner and Robbie’s boss Tate, has Robbie feeling unsettled. On one hand he is satisfied for this couple that he knows has a powerful partnership and on the other he wonders if he’ll even search love especially after being teased by celebrity chef Julien “The Prick” Thornton only to search out he is married to Joel “The Priest” Priestly, a man who unravels Robbie at every turn. Drowning his sorrows on Bitter B*tches, Robbie drunk dials and finds himself in quite the predicament and with some huge decisions to make.I loved seeing the very special personalities of these three men come to life as they began their special relationship. I truly felt they not only all brought something to the relationship, but brought out the best in each other. Watching both Julien and Joel repeatedly assure Robbie that he was an integral part of their lives was both sweet and satisfying. Seeing Robbie not only stand up for what he wanted, but providing comfort and understanding to Julien and Joel showed there was more to him than fun and flirtation.I reveled in their admiration for each other, for the intensity of their sexual exploration, and for the trust they had in each other. Allow me address something that has been said about this book, while some might feel this book ends in a cliffhanger, as someone who hates cliffhanger endings, I can assure you that is not the case. Is the story of these three men finished? No, but at the end of this book they are together and facing another challenge head on, together…and that right there is why I don’t feel this is a cliffhanger.I loved both Robbie the man and Robbie the book and I can’t wait to see where Ms. Frank takes these three as this series plays out. Swoony, sensual, sexy, emotional, and just downright unbelievable you do not wish to miss Confessions: Robbie!Review copy provided for a voluntary review.

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    Confessions: Robbie (Confessions Series Book 1) review [Book]  2018-3-8 18:0

    Yeah Right just 5 at seems method to minimal for how this book created me feel....Ella Frank has once again place me under a spell! Holy mother of God, Confessions: Robbie was so much more then I could have ever have asked for. It exceeded every one of my expectations. I thought it would be just another taboo sexual read.... How wrong I was! Robbie is full of depth and emotions. I should have known what I was in for, after all it is an Ella Frank book! She created the excellent trifecta with The Princess, The Prick and The Priest. I don't know which one I love more! They are all vastly various yet related in a lot of ways. Their individuality enhanced the story, but when they were all together... WOW that is when la vraie magie (the true magic) happened. Completly uninhibited, carnal, genuine and fervent! So much complexity and intrigue surrounding them. With each tid bit of info I received and with every sexual encounter, I was left yearning for for more!! There was so much heat, I thought I would combust, but beyond that was a deep seeded respect and admiration between the 3... Maybe even a budding love! They all balanced each other out beautifully.Wait till you see the true Priest. Joel Priestly wormed himself right into my heart. With his dominance, control and gallantry. I loved getting to see a various side of him. The Prick Julien Thornton is another sight to behold. He runs deeper then his attractive face and "I am better then you attitude." This man is pure unadulterated sex but love too. His intense connection and devotion with Priest was palpable. Latest but certainly not least is our Princess Robbie Bianchi. If you liked or disliked him in the other books. Ah ha! Just wait! He will shock you. There is a light within him that effects everyone around him. How could Preist & Julien resist? This Trifecta is EPIC. They had me heated up, laughing out loud and ultimately swooning! Phew. This was one hell of a ride... It left me a jumbled mess. Needing sooooo much more. Bring on Julien's book. May can not come soon enough. As much as I ADORE Logan & Tate, these boys can give them a run for their money!MMM may not be for everyone, but hold an begin mind. This is pure fantasy! (Maybe reality for a few lucky ones. LOL)

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    Confessions: Robbie (Confessions Series Book 1) review [Book]  2018-3-8 18:0

    I dived into my first ever m/m/m and honestly, I was scared. Previously, I never search any appeal in m/m/m story, it definitely is kinky but I don't see how will I feel emotionally invested in a three method relationship. Why would a married couple need a third? Considering that Ella Frank converted me to m/m romance, is only right that now she introduced me to m/m/m as well. And holy shlt!! What an experience! I will definitely be in the look out for more m/m/m bbie is a hero that I know quite well since he was introduced in the Temptation series, the cute bartender that had the largest crush on Logan. Too poor Logan got hitched and Robbie is still feeling wounded there. Priest called him the Princess, which I search it rather fitting. Robbie is definitely beautiful if the cover is any indication, I can't stop looking at the cover, and he is sassy, mouthy and he like @#$%ing Priest iest's husband, Julien, was labelled the Prlck. Though it was mentioned that he was a Gordan Ramsey incarnated in the kitchen, I didn't really obtain to see him being a prlck. To me, Julien is the mediator, bringing Priest and Robbie closer together without them killing each stly, we have Priest, the absolute Dom in the relationship. He is always in control and protective of Julien and now Robbie as well. He is such an enigma and his past is still something we are trying to search out, hopefully all will be respond in the next book.I was planning to have fun the eroticism of it all, as Ella Frank was awfully amazing at sex scenes. However, I thought reading three person going at it will be weird, initially it does feel awkward as Robbie isn't sure about his role, but once Robbie was on board, holy shlt! House on fire!! [email protected] hot is an understatement of the year. I was ridiculously aroused by them. Besides the sexual chemistry, what I enjoyed most was the emotional connection they have with each other. Ella Frank manage to create it so that Robbie was comfortably integrated into Priest and Julien's relationship. I love their dynamic together and I'm just stupidly satisfied with how they both cherished Robbie. I'm in love with all of them.

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    Confessions: Julien (Confessions Series Book 2) review [Book]  2018-6-4 18:0

    Julien, Julien, Julien!! A Rose by any other name...Ella Frank gives us everything we wanted and everything we never thought we required with the second book in the Confessions series. We already know how explosive these three can be together. We already know that they have pasts that shape them into the men they are today. But this book brings us more...just so much more. While super sexy and steamy (Chapter 15 will forever be imprinted on my mind -- highlighted in it's entirety -- yes I AM a dirty girl and darned proud of it), this story is also so very heartbreaking. Julien's story while it slowly unfolds, brings us some deep seeded guilt and so much pain for not only Julien, but for the men who love him. We see deeper into Priest's soul and learn that he is not the complete @#$%!&? that most seem to see (we already know that because we just love these men so much) and we see that there is so much more to Robbie than we could ever really imagine. Yes he is sunshine and yes he is bright and loud, but he is also extremely empathetic and has the ability to ease the pain that both Julien and Priest carry. Awesome story and I am completely dying for Priest's story.

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    Confessions: Julien (Confessions Series Book 2) review [Book]  2018-6-4 18:0

    And the awesomeness continues! 'Julien' picks up right where 'Robbie' left off. This book has sweet, funny, and heartbreaking moments that'll keep your heart. We obtain a lot of backstory for Julien, flashback scenes that'll give you those missing pieces and create you care for Julien even more. Loved getting the past scenes on how Julien and Priest got together, it definitely wasn't love at first sight and had a few interesting turns. Also more tips about Priest's mysterious past that leave you wanting more, I really cannot wait for that epic story. Robbie being his adorable and sweet self in his fresh discoveries of what makes him whole. Three people so connected with each other, it's natural and fluid and did I mention hot? Hot, sexy and exciting scenes everywhere. We obtain to dive deeper into not only these guys and their pasts, but in their fresh relationship. Building something fresh they all want, and learning each other as they grow closer. Things are getting real, trust and secrets are tested. Just when you think you can't fall in love with them more, you do. Can't wait for the next. I voluntarily reviewed an 'Advance Author’s Copy' of this book.

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    Confessions: Julien (Confessions Series Book 2) review [Book]  2018-6-4 18:0

    Ella did it again!! That was just awesome! It really explain so much Julien. It was fun, touching & Hot!! Love watching them fall in love, all 3 of them. How they are just excellent for each other. Just love getting to know them all so much better!! Just love this series so much. I need to reread it again now!! This is just a unbelievable story with characters you just love!!

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    Confessions: Julien (Confessions Series Book 2) review [Book]  2018-6-4 18:0

    A well written awesome story!

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    Confessions: Julien (Confessions Series Book 2) review [Book]  2018-6-4 18:0

    Julien is the second book in the Confessions series by the very talented, Ella Frank. You can read it as standalone but I highly recommend reading Robbie first so you obtain the full story. I am going to test to create this fast so I don’t spoil anything. If you follow my reviews then you know the whole fast thing doesn’t usually work out but no spoilers do. Anyway, back to the Prick, Priest, and Princess.Julien is a tortured soul. The latest eight years have tested him in ways that could have broken him. They almost did until he turned his life around and delved into his passion of cooking. It gave him purpose. He had Priest who gave him a reason to love. And now, he had Robbie, someone who created his days brighter. He had it all. He was satisfied but he was still haunted by what happened all those years ago and with the anniversary coming up, his nightmares were back. Priest has been through them with Julien but this is the first time Robbie has been through this. Will Robbie be able to handle it?Yay! I think that was beautiful short. I love that Ella is giving each hero their own book but still sharing their love as a whole with us. It really gives a glimpse into each of their pasts. The pasts that molded the men into who they are today. They have all grown up so differently and to have them come together as one is beautiful. They each bring various strengths into the relationship and it’s amazing.Overall...it’s an emotional, sexy, and passionate read. I loved Julien in Robbie but I fell hard for him in his book. He is just so damn sexy with his French accent but it’s more than that. He is a attractive soul who needs to see that for himself.P.S. Ella brought on the heat with this one.Quotes:“We all have a role here, Robert. No one’s is greater or more necessary than the other. It’s just different. That’s why we work, and will continue to work, if we’re honest with one another. Now go and sleep.”“Mon Dieu, princesse. You look like an invitation to sin,” Julien said, as he mirrored Priest’s move and slid a hand down inside his pants to wrap his fingers around his aching shaft.“I think I’ll wait for my main meal.”“Wow,” Robbie said. “If you lift that French nose of yours much higher, you’re gonna give yourself a nosebleed.”“Just because I care about what I place in my mouth—”

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    Confessions: Julien (Confessions Series Book 2) review [Book]  2018-6-4 18:0

    We were introduced to a three-way relationship Robbie, Julien, Priest involved earlier in Robbie. Robbie entered the relationship with the two married men with a hope that he could finally found what he's looking for, men who can fulfilled what he craved of being 'needed'.What he didn't know and anticipated was, he also entered to a relationship with two men that keeping secrets from him even after they're involved intimately and after Robbie moved in with e impulsive decision to moved in, from Robbie's side, granted him a more complicated relationship with two complicated re the sex was guaranteed hot and what he's dreaming of. But finding out that Julien and Priest keeping secrets, is not what he's looking for. It's like, they didn't really 'serious' with him, and Robbie hold waiting on the edge, that someday, he wouldn't be required anymore.Was it? Or both Julien and Priest were so afraid of losing Robbie, that create them keeping it from him?What's Robbie found out with Julien and later with Priest were sad on Julien's side, and scary on Priest uld he take it and powerful for the two men he started to love? Or, was it too massive for him to take?I had 'the slow' vibes from Julien, and how the story a small dragging from the begin until 70 percent mark. Julien kept what he's afraid for for himself for too long without telling Robbie. And Priest didn't really helped here. Most part of the book still talking about their sex life and how Robbie adjusted his life with Julien and Priest and Julien's memories of his e interesting part started when right around after 75 percent mark. It was the most sad and the most best part of Robbie's showed.I liked the first book better than this one, this book of Julien felt a small slow in pace, better near the ending, and the abruptly ended with cliffhanger.Hoping Priest's book would be more interesting, since it's going to be the ending (?) of the series, and everything reveal for Robbie to see the men he's with.What will happen next is not a secret anymore, the mystery is, how Robbie and the two men handling what will obviously coming to them.A small scary, but hopefully more interesting to see how Priest deal with his past and his future with Julien and Robbie.* 4 stars *

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    Confessions: Julien (Confessions Series Book 2) review [Book]  2018-6-4 18:0

    AZING 🔥🔥🔥🔥❤️❤️❤️❤️Julien, Priest, and Robbie’s story continues. This book is more of Julien’s story and we watch him fall apart as the day of his sister death approaches. “ A broken heart of gold, that’s what our Julien has.”This book was awesome to see the journey of these three guys figuring their method through this fresh relationship and starting to realize they are all falling in love with each other. Communication and honesty is important. As is love, trust, and their chemistry iest seems to be the rock and Robbie the light at the end of the dark tunnel. But I think all three characters are a rock when they need to be. They are stronger as three rather than just one.We got some really amazing scenes with Logan with Priest and then Tate with Priest and ank you Ella for bringing these men together and allowing us to follow their journey because they sure are on a wild ride together. These guys are truly unique together.I can’t wait for the final installment of Priest. I feel we will have some tears to be shed and so struggles to obtain through but how can you not obtain through it when you have three powerful men in for it all.

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    Confessions: Julien (Confessions Series Book 2) review [Book]  2018-6-4 18:0

    4.5 STARSROBBIE left us with a mild cliffhanger and JULIEN continues right where the first installment of the Confessions series stopped - I was excited to continue Robbie, Julien's and Joel's journey and see where this fresh situation would take bbie has moved into Julien and Priest's apartment. It takes a unique man to be able to not feel like the third wheel in an established relationship when you are the latest to join but Robbie has no issue at all to grow into their fresh three-ways relationship. Neither do Joel or Julien for that matter. There is no jealousy, no hidden aggression, each of them enjoys their connection to the other two, which is surprising and admirable, especially because there is so much history between Joel and Julien that there is a lot of potential for somebody to feel left out.But not Robbie.He is pure light and love. Rarely have I read about a hero with a pure heart like his. He stole my heart in the first book but damn, in JULIEN he is EVERYTHING. While this installment primarily deals with Julien's past it is the flamboyant, attractive man who almost steals the show. He is sweet, patient and so, so perceptive. He has the bonus of waiting people out, listening to them and offering solutions nobody has considered. The gentleness that is inherent in Robbie is only surpassed by his mischief which makes for quite some funny situations despite the massive was hinted in ROBBIE that Julien carried a lot of guilt about his sister's death but how much it weighs him down becomes obvious in this book. Around the anniversary of his sister's death he just falls apart and while Priest has always been his crutch through these days Julien never managed to move past his guilt. It was harrowing and gut-wrenching to see this strong, endearing hero go through his guilt and grief when it seemed nothing would support him to move on. The betrayal of those who should have been there for him was infuriating and created me feel for Julien even more. I hope that Ella writes some spiders into their beds in the next book."A broken heart of gold, that’s what our Julien has.”Joel Priestley has been an enigma from the first moment I met him in the #PresLocke series. Now we obtain to see the true Priest, the one who cares deeply, and even has a flirtatious side. He is sexy in an over-powering method and the most intense and controlled of the three. While other people squirm under his gaze Robbie and Julien revel in his attention. He doesn't begin up easily but I loved seeing him being sweet and begin with our princess. Robbie just has this bonus to create people feel comfortable around him and it was so apparent that Joel started to fall for him. Robbie's sparkling yet gentle personality puts deep cracks in his armor. Joel is the caretaker, the person who still functions when things go to hell and seeing his love for Julien was touching.Ella gives us a small bit of Tate and Logan in this book - it's always something I obtain a kick out of when I'm united with favorite characters from another series.I have come to love these three men so much and I love them equally and wouldn't be able to choose a favorite. They all are so incredibly various yet so excellent for each other. All of them have a goodness in them that is palpable and while Priest's is the least obvious it's the most rewarding because of is was a quick and satisfying read. We are being left again with a cliffy that hurts a small more than the latest one but fear not, soon we'll have Joel's book in our hands. JULIEN is alot angstier than ROBBIE and while the first half is mostly light and fun the second half digs deep in the anxiety department. Now the wait for #3 begins. Can it be September already?

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    Confessions: Julien (Confessions Series Book 2) review [Book]  2018-6-4 18:0

    Julien is the second book in the Confessions series by the absolutely unbelievable Ella Frank. Robbie came first, now Julien and soon Priest. I would definitely call this a series that needs to be read in order to understand these men to the fullest. Robbie is the fun, bright, satisfied princess. Priest is the broody, smart, tough, place together lawyer and Julien…he's the sexy, French chef. Mon Dieu! I knew Julien's story was going to be emotional. We know he lost his twin sister and he blames himself. The anniversary of her death is soon and Julien is doing what he always does. Shuts himself down. Has nightmares and panic attacks. But the difference this year is that he now has Robbie. The fresh light in his and Priest's life. Robbie doesn't realize how much they required him in their life. He's the respond to everything they've been looking for. Now he's living with them and sharing a bed. They are finally an US. Julien, the prick, Robbie, the princess and Joel the priest are learning to live together. Love together. Be together. Robbie brings laughter and sass everywhere he goes and Julien and Joel never knew they required him so much. Just a smile from Robbie changes Julien's mood. Joel is actually smiling and *gasp* chuckling. And he actually strings together sentences! It was heartwarming to watch these three come together emotionally and physically. Can Julien finally place his past behind him with the love of his men? Will they be able to create their trio work? I can't even express how reading this story created me feel. I was entertained. I laughed, cried, got VERY hot and bothered. But mostly, I felt the love. The love they all shared. Julien and Joel's committed love of marriage and years together, but also the fresh love they are feeling for Robbie. And of course Robbie. His heart is so begin and willing and he just keeps getting better and better. Julien's sexiness jumps off the page and right into your soul. Priest said so much in this book and I was hanging on his every word. This is an emotional rollercoaster that has it's very satisfied highs and very sad lows. Their witty banter is perfection. Joel's protectiveness gave me chills. Julien's accent created me swoon. The dancing stage was one of my favorites! Overall, I loved every word. Every second. Every laugh. Every kiss. Everything! Je t'aime, Julien.

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    Confessions: Julien (Confessions Series Book 2) review [Book]  2018-6-4 18:0

    "Sometimes the best memories created are the ones you don't even realize you're making."Review~This globe that Ella had made is one I will never obtain tired of visiting. I love these guys, I love Logan and Tate (same world). Reading Julien was like coming home for me. Lots of swoon, lots of love, and lots of heat that only Ella can bring. This book moved a lot slower than the first one. This is the only reason I marked it down to 4 stars. I would have really liked to have seen it move a bit faster paced. The story was amazing besides this one thing. Each one of these guys brings something various to the relationship, that's why I love each one of them in a various way. I do, however, love Priest the most. That man has powerful Logan vibes. Epic, commanding, unforgettable. I don't know if I could ever obtain over wanting more from him. If you loved Logan and Tate or if you love M/M books then you have to read this series. It's so much and then some. "Sometimes the best memories created are the ones you don't even realize you're making."This globe that Ella had made is one I will never obtain tired of visiting. I love these guys, I love Logan and Tate (same world). Reading Julien was like coming home for me. Lots of swoon, lots of love, and lots of heat that only Ella can is book moved a lot slower than the first one. This is the only reason I marked it down to 4 stars. I would have really liked to have seen it move a bit faster paced. The story was amazing besides this one thing.Each one of these guys brings something various to the relationship, that's why I love each one of them in a various way. I do, however, love Priest the most. That man has powerful Logan vibes. Epic, commanding, unforgettable. I don't know if I could ever obtain over wanting more from him.If you loved Logan and Tate or if you love M/M books then you have to read this series. It's so much and then some."A broken heart of gold, that’s what our Julien has.”

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    Serial Killers Encyclopedia: The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers from A to Z review [Book]  2017-12-27 18:0

    I'm not sure why Mr.?Dr. Parker is considered an author. There is small creativity in writing a "grocery list" of serial killers. He gives almost no insight into was not worth the time it took for me to read about 10% of the book. I gave it one star because there is nothing lower. I do not recommend this book

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    Serial Killers Encyclopedia: The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers from A to Z review [Book]  2017-12-27 18:0

    RJ Parker does it again, another amazing book. This book includes several short stories of Serial Assassins who have lived among us for a lot of a lot of years. RJ Parker info the lives and upbringing of these Creatures and how they became to be Monsters. Very detailed, fascinating and the best part is that they are all TRUE. A must read *****

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    Serial Killers Encyclopedia: The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers from A to Z review [Book]  2017-12-27 18:0

    The dark glass lightens as Mr. Parker shows us comparative bios on cases from the past. So much about not good parenting and harsh childhoods, as well as not good coping skills and twisted thinking in the perpetrators, gives us appreciation for the opposites in our society who did not turn to offenses versus others. Thank you, Mr. Parker.

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    Serial Killers Encyclopedia: The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers from A to Z review [Book]  2017-12-27 18:0

    Not as informative as I had hoped. I wanted to read in depth about what created these people do what they did beyond just a short overview. Oh well....I guess it will have to do.

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    Serial Killers Encyclopedia: The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers from A to Z review [Book]  2017-12-27 18:0

    Very handy. This book includes the well known and the never heard of killers. There is amazing info on a lot of of them. Some could have used a small more detail but overall amazing book.

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    Serial Killers Encyclopedia: The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers from A to Z review [Book]  2017-12-27 18:0

    The book works like an index, reporting by facts, the stories of serial assassins around the world. It's interesting because of this geographic point of view.

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    Serial Killers Encyclopedia: The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers from A to Z review [Book]  2017-12-27 18:0

    This guy is beautiful good, amazing author who has very amazing knowledge of the topic five star book, highly recommend

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    Serial Killers Encyclopedia: The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers from A to Z review [Book]  2017-12-27 18:0

    Very informative . Accuracy was amazing and coincided with extra literature on the same ry useful for research projects.

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    Serial Killers Encyclopedia: The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers from A to Z review [Book]  2017-12-27 18:0

    This book had a lot of interesting information. Some of these people I had never heard of. Very amazing read.

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    Serial Killers Encyclopedia: The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers from A to Z review [Book]  2017-12-27 18:0

    This is a collection of very short real crime stories. They are presented in a factual method without embellishment.

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    The Search for the Green River Killer: The True Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer review [Book]  2017-11-17 18:0

    I really obtain irritated when I read a book and explore I read the same book 20 years ago and just bought an updated version. I read this book a long time ago, before the case was solved, and apparently the authors repackaged and updated it. I should have investigated a small further before I bought it. With that said, there was a amazing deal of detail presented here, which was interesting, to a point. After a while, it just got bogged down, mostly because the investigation went nowhere for a lot of years. The final chapter that updated the case left a lot to be desired and was rather anti-climatic, more like a wikipedia entry than a satisfying denoument. I found myself quite frustrated with the tunnel vision of the investigators and the a lot of mistakes made, but that was a consequence of the time I suppose, when forensic technology was rather primitive. The book was okay, laden with a small too much detail, but in spite of having read it before, it kept my interest most of the method through. If you don't know much about the case, you will search it interesting.

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    The Search for the Green River Killer: The True Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer review [Book]  2017-11-17 18:0

    The authors did a lot of research for this book. It didn't keep my interest, though. I don't care about the office politics, which accounted for several pages in each chapter. Ms. Rule's story ratcheted up the tension in a method this book doesn't. Who died? Who killed them? How did the cops catch him?

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    The Search for the Green River Killer: The True Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer review [Book]  2017-11-17 18:0

    This book was very detailed, to the point of being beautiful long and drawn out. I did learn things I had not known. This is the third Green River Assassin book I have read, so that's saying a lot. The book is from the view of the police and FBI, but not just Dave Reichert's view.

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    The Search for the Green River Killer: The True Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer review [Book]  2017-11-17 18:0

    This book gives a lengthy description of the intense process that took put to bring this assassin to justice. Well written story that keeps the reader involved from beginning to end.

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    The Search for the Green River Killer: The True Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer review [Book]  2017-11-17 18:0

    Very informative. Should not have gone on as long as it did. With an iq of 82, Ridgway was smarter than those perusing him.

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    The Search for the Green River Killer: The True Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer review [Book]  2017-11-17 18:0

    True amazing but a small slow to begin

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    The Search for the Green River Killer: The True Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer review [Book]  2017-11-17 18:0

    perfect

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    The Search for the Green River Killer: The True Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer review [Book]  2017-11-17 18:0

    Very Interesting. I found the politics interesting in this case and admire the peole that worked so hard all those years to solve this.

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    The Search for the Green River Killer: The True Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer review [Book]  2017-11-17 18:0

    A bit confusing because of the sheer volume of names, but the authors do a amazing job of indexing the players. The authors present appropriate respect for all involved. A tragic tale from begin to finish.

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    The Search for the Green River Killer: The True Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer review [Book]  2017-11-17 18:0

    Reasonably interesting acc of the Green River murders story. It was a bit long and spent a bit too much time on department politics at times but maybe that was the story.

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    Ted Bundy: The Horrific True Story behind America's Most Wicked Serial Killer (Real Crime By Real Killers Book 4) review [Book]  2018-3-25 18:0

    Perfect real crime book on the ultimate psychopathic serial assassin Ted Bundy. I have read a lot of books on Ted Bundy and each book has provided a slightly various perspective. Ryan Becker continues to write exceptional real crime books that offer exceptional detail and background on the murderer and the victims. Well worth the read.

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    Ted Bundy: The Horrific True Story behind America's Most Wicked Serial Killer (Real Crime By Real Killers Book 4) review [Book]  2018-3-25 18:0

    Ryan Decker has a knack about putting these horrific stories into a method that makes it simple to read. He covers all the bases with detail and yet writes it in such a method you wish to read all about it. Scary that the walk among us.

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    Ted Bundy: The Horrific True Story behind America's Most Wicked Serial Killer (Real Crime By Real Killers Book 4) review [Book]  2018-3-25 18:0

    While i’m not one to read about famous serial assassins because so much has been written, Ryan Becker is a amazing writer who always seems to create you feel as if you’re reading about them for the first time! Amazing book, as are all of his books!

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    Ted Bundy: The Horrific True Story behind America's Most Wicked Serial Killer (Real Crime By Real Killers Book 4) review [Book]  2018-3-25 18:0

    Ryan Becker has written another amazing real crime book.If you like to read real crime than you wish to read his books.

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    Ted Bundy: The Horrific True Story behind America's Most Wicked Serial Killer (Real Crime By Real Killers Book 4) review [Book]  2018-3-25 18:0

    This was a fascinating book, a look inside the mind of the serial assassin Ted Bundy. Ryan Becker researched this story well and included some mystery cases that were resolved from the lips of the creature himself. It is amazing to see a various side of real crime. I recommend this one highly, as with all other works by Mr. Becker

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    Jeffrey Dahmer: The Gruesome True Story of a Hungry Cannibalistic Rapist and Necrophiliac Serial Killer (Real Crime by Real Killers Book 3) review [Book]  2017-11-5 18:0

    The best and most concise story of the life and crimes of Dahmer that I've read. Well written and quick paced.

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    Jeffrey Dahmer: The Gruesome True Story of a Hungry Cannibalistic Rapist and Necrophiliac Serial Killer (Real Crime by Real Killers Book 3) review [Book]  2017-11-5 18:0

    Very insightful reading. I've read other books about Dahmer, but Ryan Becker gave me info I never knew. Amazing author who obviously does his research homework. I recommend 100%! Hold them coming, Ryan. Please!

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    Jeffrey Dahmer: The Gruesome True Story of a Hungry Cannibalistic Rapist and Necrophiliac Serial Killer (Real Crime by Real Killers Book 3) review [Book]  2017-11-5 18:0

    Well written and researched, gave me more insight

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    Jeffrey Dahmer: The Gruesome True Story of a Hungry Cannibalistic Rapist and Necrophiliac Serial Killer (Real Crime by Real Killers Book 3) review [Book]  2017-11-5 18:0

    This author truly has become a favorite of many. Each book, as of yet, has given me insights and facts to add to my knowledge of these crimes!

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    Jeffrey Dahmer: The Gruesome True Story of a Hungry Cannibalistic Rapist and Necrophiliac Serial Killer (Real Crime by Real Killers Book 3) review [Book]  2017-11-5 18:0

    Another chilling read. Will hold you wanting more.

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    Jeffrey Dahmer: The Gruesome True Story of a Hungry Cannibalistic Rapist and Necrophiliac Serial Killer (Real Crime by Real Killers Book 3) review [Book]  2017-11-5 18:0

    I received this book for free for an honest review. Ryan Becker has written a gem of a book on serial assassin and Milwaukee Cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer. He goes into perfect detail on Jeffrey's childhood years showing that he actually had a fairly normal upbringing and there weren't any specific incidences that would have turned him into a vile murderer and cannibal. His parents did argue a lot and ended up divorced but overall they did provide him with a fairly decent home life. Unfortunately Jeffrey, in my opinion, proved that people can be born depraved and sick and nothing in life changes or causes them to turn into monsters. At a young age Jeffrey realizes that he is various and he has a fascination with dead animal [email protected]#$%!& around town. He eve managed to convince his dad to teach him how to bleach bones which would surely come in handy for him in later years with disposing of bodies. He finally at 18 gets the possibility to act out his fantasy of killing a man and disposing of his body while his family is out of town. This begins the horrific murderous acts that followed Jeffrey Dahmer through the rest of his life until his final act that brought him to justice and prison for life. Ryan Becker covers his murderous acts in detail and this book is not for the faint of heart. He covers Jeffrey Dahmer in info that have been missing from several other books on the same topic in that he gets into the mind of the killer. This is a amazing detailed real acc of the creature that was Jeffrey Dahmer and I highly recommend it to all real crime aficionados.

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    Jeffrey Dahmer: The Gruesome True Story of a Hungry Cannibalistic Rapist and Necrophiliac Serial Killer (Real Crime by Real Killers Book 3) review [Book]  2017-11-5 18:0

    Ryan Becker's fresh book on Jeffrey Dahmer is a amazing read on Dahmer and his crimes. The book outlines Dahmer's life, starting with his fairly normal childhood. While Dahmer had fantasies while a teen, he did not act out on them, except with animals. He mostly kept everything inside, not showing it to anyone. After graduating, he had his first murder while his parents were gone. He did not slay again for about 9 years, and from there, he began killing and cannibalizing young men. The author, Ryan Becker, was able to tell the story beautiful straight-forward, talking about the victim, Dahmer and the crime itself. He goes into some detail, but not overly so. No fluff added here. I like the method he writes and gives the reader the story. It is a amazing read on this troubled serial killer. I do recommend it.

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    Jeffrey Dahmer: The Gruesome True Story of a Hungry Cannibalistic Rapist and Necrophiliac Serial Killer (Real Crime by Real Killers Book 3) review [Book]  2017-11-5 18:0

    This fascinating kindle edition was very well received within the confines of real crime about a sick cannabilistic serial assassin by the name of Jeffrey Dahmer. His homosexual tendencies attracted a lot of men to his wiles. Only to be decapitated, soaked in acid and consumed a lot of times over until his arrest in 1991, and his own murder by the hands of a fellow inmate. Ryan Becker definitely knows the topics he writes about

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    Jeffrey Dahmer: The Gruesome True Story of a Hungry Cannibalistic Rapist and Necrophiliac Serial Killer (Real Crime by Real Killers Book 3) review [Book]  2017-11-5 18:0

    Ryan Becker is relatively fresh to the literary scene, a handsome young man with a penchant for the gruesome. His list of books to date are TRUE CRIME STORIES Volumes 1 and 2, ROBERT BERDELLA: The Real Story of a Man who turned his Darkest Fantasies into a Reality Volume 1, EDMUND KEEPER: The Real Story of the Brutal Co-Ed Butcher Volume 2, and now JEFFREY DAHMER: The Gruesome Real Story of a Hungry Cannibalistic Rapist and Necrophiliac Serial Assassin Volume 3. At the end of this book his biography is scant though necessary – ‘Ryan Becker aims to write all the stories he has read and watched and letting himself be taken into the globe of real mysteries and psychological murder crime stories. He also wants to share his experience of his younger days with the readers on how he immersed himself with the dark reality of the world. He loves to tell a real story that will create you solve a puzzle on your mind. He is now living with his wife and two sons. Ideally, Ryan wants to leave a tag on the reader with his dark real crime stories.’And so in this very short book Ryan distills the mind and crimes of the true life Jeffrey Dahmer. In the Introduction Ryan delves into the psychology of Dahmer’s fame as a killer: ‘The topic of this book is not just a man shrouded in greatness — amazing evil that is — but also one who did not leave any amazing behind him after his death. He had no positive legacy, no lesson learned for the people who knew him. His name strikes terror and disgust in those who hear it, and anybody who was ever around him will still tremble in fear at the mention of his memory. Every so often, humanity spawns monsters; beasts disguised by human skin who care small for their fellow beings and want only to satisfy their own needs. These are killers, rapists, torturers, and other criminals who are spawned from the dark to bring pain and distress to those around them. Even then, some are worse than others. Indeed, some creatures are even more despicable and ruthless than their fellows. There are huge names — celebrities of murder, so to speak — even among those who cause pain. It is about a creature that is known worldwide and feared universally. The topic of the following book is a man who brought pain and suffering to a huge number of victims. He never felt a shred of pity or remorse for what he did or the method his actions ruined the lives of the a lot of families and mates of those he killed. This assassin took seventeen lives: seventeen victims who did not go quietly. The man who killed these not good souls saw them simply as ‘things.’ He saw them as objects that gave him pleasure as he raped and damage them and watched their lives seeping out of their bodies. His name, of course, is Jeffrey Dahmer. This creature known as the Milwaukee Cannibal was a assassin who began to damage living beings as early as childhood, and who enjoyed every second of his murders, from the abduction to the preservation and even consumption of his victims’ body parts. The largest problem with Dahmer wasn’t what he did, but the fact that he was amazing at it, and couldn’t bring himself to stop. The moment for you to explore the tale of one of America’s worst assassins has come. If you are faint of heart, you may consider putting this book down and preparing yourself before starting to read; we’re not going to spare any of the grisly details. There is no shortage of material on this assassin in other sources, such as in books, magazines, and even on the Internet, of course. However, we aren’t just going to give you a life story and recount of Jeffrey Dahmer’s murders; we’re going to push you into the very abyss of his mind. You see, this book will change you, for better or for worse. Once you’re done reading this take on this popular story, you may never be the same.’The synopsis of Ryan’s exploration into the life and crimes of Wisconsin born Jeffrey Dahmer is succinct and well scribed- ‘Cannibal. Necrophiliac. Kidnapper. Killer. The stories of serial assassins often start with not good upbringings and sad happenings of trauma, but not all have such unfortunate beginnings. Some simply develop their evil on their own and become tainted without anyone realizing it. Jeffrey Dahmer was a man described by his own father as the effect of a kid becoming lost in the maelstrom while nobody paid attention, of a kid who was strange and apathetic but whom nobody bothered to ask why…The results were catastrophic. Seventeen men lost their lives and were defiled even after death because of the desires of a neglected young boy who just wanted to fulfill his needs. The following is the tale of a sad child, the same young man who grew up to become the infamous Milwaukee Cannibal, one of the worst serial assassins in humanity’s history. This is a book that recounts the tale of the Milwaukee Cannibal, a man capable of committing the most truly degrading acts on his victims before and even after death; a man who to his latest days — and long after — still haunts the town of Milwaukee with the memories of his horrific murders. Be warned, reader, you aren’t just about to read about Jeffrey Dahmer and his acts. You are about to walk into his very mind.’ And that actually happens – be aware!Fine writing, expert investigation and documentation, and a pace that speeds the reader through this grotesque tale create this a book to recommend and an introduction to a solid writer. Wonderful as it sounds, this book makes a fine if terrifying novel! Grady Harp, October 17

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    Jeffrey Dahmer: The Gruesome True Story of a Hungry Cannibalistic Rapist and Necrophiliac Serial Killer (Real Crime by Real Killers Book 3) review [Book]  2017-11-5 18:0

    I have read a few books on Jeffrey Dahmer but this one is much more detailed and it seems better researched. The book gets you right from page one and couldn’t place it down until I finished! Ryan Becker again writes a terrific real crime book that has me eagerly waiting to see what he does next! Amazing read!

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    Mary Flora Bell: The Horrific True Story Behind An Innocent Girl Serial Killer (Real Crime By Real Killers Book 5) review [Book]  2018-5-3 18:0

    Ryan Becker is relatively fresh to the literary scene, a handsome young man with a penchant for the gruesome. His list of books to date are TRUE CRIME STORIES Volumes 1 and 2, ROBERT BERDELLA: The Real Story of a Man who turned his Darkest Fantasies into a Reality Volume 1, EDMUND KEEPER: The Real Story of the Brutal Co-Ed Butcher Volume 2, JEFFREY DAHMER: The Gruesome Real Story of a Hungry Cannibalistic Rapist and Necrophiliac Serial Assassin Volume 3, TED BUNDY The Horrific Real Story behind America’s Most Wicked Serial Assassin Volume 4 and now MARY FLORA BELL The Horrific Real Story behind an Innocent Girl Serial Killer. At the end of this book his biography is scant though necessary – ‘Ryan Becker aims to write all the stories he has read and watched and letting himself be taken into the globe of real mysteries and psychological murder crime stories. He also wants to share his experience of his younger days with the readers on how he immersed himself with the dark reality of the world. He loves to tell a real story that will create you solve a puzzle on your mind. He is now living with his wife and two sons. Ideally, Ryan wants to leave a tag on the reader with his dark real crime stories.’ In this volume he is joined by author Nancy the Introduction Ryan and Nancy delve into the psychology of kids as killers: ‘Evil kids. One of the most terrifying things any writer can possibly conjure up. The twins from The Shining, Samara from The Ring, hell, even young Michael Myers, before he gets all serial kill-ery is one [email protected]#$% kid. But that’s just fiction, right? Well, what happens when the lines of fiction and reality blur, causing children to cross them? It wasn’t that long ago we heard about two young girls trying to sacrifice a third girl to the fictional hero known as Slender man. If they’re telling the truth, then maybe, just maybe, these girls confused fictional evil acts and the reality of committing evil deeds. So, what about children who create a conscious choice to commit violent acts, including mutilation and murder? The story that follows is a true story of violence and murder committed by a true kid, who knew exactly what she was doing when she violated other children. She wanted to inflict pain. She wanted to kill. And that’s exactly what Mary Bell did, fifty years ago, in 1968.’The synopsis is succinct and well scribed- ‘What can drive a young and seemingly innocent kid to kill? Murder is horrible enough when perpetrated by adults, and yet the concept takes on a whole fresh level of chilling morbidity when a murderer is revealed to be a young boy or girl. Is it the effect of severe trauma manifesting itself in the most macabre of ways? Is it the progeny of some severe mental disorder? Or were they influenced by the actions of the people they grew up with? Most of the time, the answers to such a question are easy but no less horrific. Eleven-year-old Mary Flora Bell was tried and found guilty in 1968 for the coldhearted murders of two very young boys – crimes which she committed without any tip of remorse. After her past and motives have been examined, hindsight asks the pressing question: Was she a victim in as much as she was a killer? From the info of her murders to the dark childhood she suffered, Mary Flora Bell’s short but horrific time as a kid serial assassin will be analyzed in detail within.’Fine writing, expert investigation and documentation, and a pace that speeds the reader through this grotesque tale create this a book to recommend and an introduction to a solid writer. Wonderful as it sounds, this book makes a fine if terrifying novel! And to add to the shivers, Ryan adds a Gift Book of 12 other real crime stories at book’s end! Grady Harp, April 18

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    Mary Flora Bell: The Horrific True Story Behind An Innocent Girl Serial Killer (Real Crime By Real Killers Book 5) review [Book]  2018-5-3 18:0

    Heart wrenching is all I can say. I read it in one sitting, as I could not place it down. This author shared what can happen to a kid who is unloved and unwanted. Although this kid committed horrific acts, this was ultimately the outcome of her mother's actions. How I would love to go back to that time and provide her a loving, nurturing environment. I am sure the outcome would have been different. I am sure the a lot of psychopathic creatures in our society had related upbringings. I don't believe it happens by accident. After reading this book, I implore parents to love and cherish your children, and protect them from harm. You will do the globe a favor and your kids will be well balanced, functional, and healthy as they grow. This book will be one of those that stays with you long after you finish reading it.

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    Mary Flora Bell: The Horrific True Story Behind An Innocent Girl Serial Killer (Real Crime By Real Killers Book 5) review [Book]  2018-5-3 18:0

    I got this book free for leaving an honest review. This book is really well written, and I learned a lot about her that I have not found in the other books I have read that have included her, and it increased my understanding about why she became what she did, not that I am saying that excuses her just explains it. The one thing I really did not care for was the repeated use of the phrasing "it is really horrible when it is a child that does it" , you already know she was a child, and to me it does not matter child or adult it is a horrible thing. The gift book was a amazing fast read that just covers some cases that create you think about the mental health system in not only this country, but worldwide.

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    Mary Flora Bell: The Horrific True Story Behind An Innocent Girl Serial Killer (Real Crime By Real Killers Book 5) review [Book]  2018-5-3 18:0

    It is wonderful how the lack of love and proper upbringing can turn an 11 year old kid into a murderer. Mary was physically and mentally abused as a kid and ended up (with a friend) in killing two little boys.A very scary tale of neglect and abuse. Her Mother should have gone to prison, instead she, the mother, continued on her path of drug and alcohol e ending is a surprise and you will have to read the book for that shock.

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