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    True Crime Stories: 3 True Crime Books Collection (True Crime Novels Anthology) review []  2019-12-20 18:40

    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 and crimes of all manner – solved and unsolved – 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 model/movie star handsome Rosewood lives in Jupiter, Florida with his wife and two children.Jack moves away from his intensive studies of serial assassins to discover strange crimes most of which are discoveries for the reader – even the Jack Rosewood reader! He calls this collection TRUE CRIME STORIES: TRUE CRIME ANTHOLOGY – this collection being the first three books of his collection. In each volume he shares twelve very shocking and strange crimes that have eluded the widespread press. His Introduction to this fresh avenue deserves quoting: ‘In the annals of criminal history, most cases are begin and shut. A crime takes place, the police investigate, an arrest is made, and the accused is either acquitted or convicted of said crime. Some criminal cases create for interesting prime time specials or cable network documentaries, but few invoke mysteries that persist for any length of time. But some crimes are so puzzling and perplexing that the mystery surrounding them takes on a life of its own. It is these mysterious crimes that often have the greatest impact on all involved. Crime in general has profound effects on the victims specifically and the greater society in general. Murders, in particular, leave behind gaping psychological wounds that often only start to heal when the perpetrator is caught and convicted for his/ her crimes. But what happens when the murderer is never identified? Or worse yet, what happens when the victim is never found, as if the person vanished into thin air? These are the type of crimes that tear at the social fabric of a community more than any other – crimes where a suspect is never identified, a body is never found, or a reason for the crime is never determined. The globe is full of a lot of mysteries and within the pages of this book you will be introduced to twelve of the most intriguing and awesome mysteries in modern criminal history. Some of the cases here involve multiple crimes where coincidences seem to link what are otherwise unrelated cases. Investigation of these cases reveals that sometimes although happenings may be creepy, they are in fact coincidences; while in other cases the jury is still out. A number of high-profile disappearances are also given consideration in the following pages. While a mysterious fog of uncertainty still hangs over one of these cases, perfect police work and modern science helped locate other missing individuals. Finally, this e-book considers a number of unsolved murder cases that were all but forgotten about and went “cold,” only to heat up and obtain resolved years, even decades, later through advances in science and fresh eyewitness testimony.’Each volume shares twelve stories – each growing more macabre than the preceding one. After delving into these fascinating cases with inordinate dexterity of thought and writing Jack closes by saying, ‘the globe is an awesome and mysterious put and as this book proves, sometimes crime plays a role in the mysteries of the world.’ Another highly recommended collection by the master crime journalist/investigator/historian – Jack Rosewood. Grady Harp, August 17

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    True Crime Stories: 3 True Crime Books Collection (True Crime Novels Anthology) review []  2019-12-20 18:40

    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 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 people, 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 be.Even if you are a seasoned campaigner of real crime, Real Crime Stories: 3 Real Crime Books Collection 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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    True Crime Stories: 3 True Crime Books Collection (True Crime Novels Anthology) review []  2019-12-20 18:40

    Kindle Unlimited but got it on a freebie day, don't normally do real crime or horror books, but have went through a amazing deal of his, the king of ick-gross as I think of his books. Not for the faint of heart nor the weak of stomachIt is no secret that real crime murder stories are not for the faint of heart. They can lead you to double-check your windows and doors at night, and question everything you thought or believed about human nature. Yet they are intriguing and fascinating at the same time. What is it that makes us various from those who take the lives of others? That is a question that a lot of ask themselves, and these real crime stories support to identify the way and psychology behind some of the most terrifying assassins in modern is set contains three real crime books, volumes 1-3, and each is filled with a dozens of real crime murder cases, including spree assassins and massacres, some of which are yet to be solved. You are taken through the background of the story, the murders, and the criminal investigations that took place. Some pages will be difficult to read, due to the emotion behind ue Crime Stories: 3 Real Crime Books Collection (True Crime Novels Anthology)True Crime Stories Volume 3: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)True Crime Stories Volume 2: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)True Crime Stories: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)The Huge Book of Serial Killers: 150 Serial Assassin Files of the World's Worst Murderers (An Encyclopedia of Serial Killers)The Serial Assassin Books: 15 Popular Serial Assassins Real Crime Stories That Shocked The Globe (The Serial Assassin Files)and a lot of a lot of others, check amazon writer's page

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    True Crime Stories: 3 True Crime Books Collection (True Crime Novels Anthology) review []  2019-12-20 18:40

    This is one of the best serial assassin collections that I have read to date . He goes in depth with each story & explains the nature & crimes of each killer.He speaks of both solved & unsolved crimes that I wasn't aware of. This was an outstanding collection of real crimes that really does create you wish to always be aware of your surroundings because you truly have no method of knowing who may be deranged & decide you will be next in their list if victims . Thank you again , Mr Rosewood for a nail biting , can't ouyt the book down style of real crime writing you do !

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    True Crime Stories: 3 True Crime Books Collection (True Crime Novels Anthology) review []  2019-12-20 18:40

    I wish to preface this with the fact that I am not even completely through the book yet, but I found this insanely glaring error that really irks me with non-fiction (especially real crime) within the first 10 chapters: there is constant misspelling of names of different people involve in each of the cases, but worst of all the victims. For example, Chapter 10 is titled "The Strange Murder of Roy McCaleb"; throughout the whole chapter the author switches between calling him Ray and Roy. I obtain it's one letter, a vowel at that, but it is absolutely ridiculous that this wasn't edited...at all. (Also consider that a fast Google find confirms that his name is Roy). This happens other times, but the immensity of it in this chapter alone really did it for me. I think this lack of editing is extremely disrespectful to the victims and their ever, with that being said, the editing and writing throughout the first ten chapters is awful. I obtain that real crime is hard to create interesting, but the writing tries to create it sound like a narration to a TV unique about it. As a lover of real crime, I wish the info straight and cold when reading about the cases, I don't need them wrapped up in a silly bow. Now, given that I have only read the first ten chapters, you may be asking, if this is how I feel, why do I continue to read it: well, (1) I spent cash on it; and (2) most of the stories are interesting enough in their own right (not due to the writing) because they aren't the same 20 serial assassins rehashed over and over again (most of these cases, I've not heard of before). Plus, it is slightly amusing to me to write in the funny, sarcastic comments on the side of the book regarding the writing.I do not recommend this if you're looking for a good, respectful set of real crime cases to read. I do however recommend this if you wish to read about some cases you've likely never heard of (and peak your interest into getting better versions of the stories from Reddit) and if you have fun laughing at writing. (Hence the two star review).I hate leaving such a harsh review for a writer, because I know how hard it can be to write something, especially non-fiction, but the level of laziness and cheesiness in the writing paired with the inability to edit really makes for a disappointing end product.

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    True Crime Stories: 3 True Crime Books Collection (True Crime Novels Anthology) review []  2019-12-20 18:40

    Jack Rosewood's books are perfect reads, they give you info to the point you can picture the stage as if your are standing there in the middle of it all watching what he describes. I've come to adore Mr. Rosewood and his books. I look forward to the next ones coming out, and highly recommend them for others to read. A lot of my mates share the same crime interest that I have, and we discuss books on various crimes. I've brought Jack's books to the table several times and we've all enjoyed them.

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    True Crime Stories: 3 True Crime Books Collection (True Crime Novels Anthology) review []  2019-12-20 18:40

    Three really amazing real crime books all rolled up in one amazing anthology? Yes, please! Jack Rosewood is a master Real Crime author and this collection holds more of the creepy, gory, savage and wonderful info of just some of the vicious crimes of assassins in this world.

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    True Crime Stories: 3 True Crime Books Collection (True Crime Novels Anthology) review []  2019-12-20 18:40

    These stories are sad, and terrifying to think people think and act!! Innocent people Bering killed , some of these stories are horrifying, . but a amazing read I have read all 8 of his books, and worth every bit I paid for!!!!

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    True Crime Stories: 3 True Crime Books Collection (True Crime Novels Anthology) review []  2019-12-20 18:40

    There are very few people who can write about real crime and not only give you the facts in a straightforward manner but also create you obtain up and check the locks on your doors and windows. Mr. Rosewood does both. These are not stories you can stop in the middle and pick up later. You have to finish to the end.

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    True Crime Stories: 3 True Crime Books Collection (True Crime Novels Anthology) review []  2019-12-20 18:40

    Jack seamlessly (sans a few grammatical/typos errors) presents an concise view of sometimes complicated time lines. He presents the full picture of these happenings from both the murder and the survivors perspectives. He allows the sheer terror of each situation make it's own drama.Well written.

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    True Crime: Homicide & True Crime Stories of 2016 (Annual True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    Bestselling author Jack Rosewood does not disappoint with this book with all of the surprises in it. This really was one of those "hard to place down" books and I thoroughly enjoyed reading 's an insightful and graphically detailed acc of some of the most horrific true life crimes. In fact, while reading yet another of Jack Rosewoods books (with Rebecca Lo), 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 individuals, 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 another individual can e book delves deeply into some of the worst homicides, mass killings, hate crimes, spree killings and serial killings or serial assassin captures across the United States in 2016. However, even if you are a seasoned campaigner of real crime, Homicide & Real Crime Stories of 2016 will surely raise more than a few hairs on the back of your neck. It was a amazing 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 real 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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    True Crime: Homicide & True Crime Stories of 2016 (Annual True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    Here is another awesome book from Jack. This book was various than the most books I have read from the author. In a very amazing way. First, it was much longer and it had a lot of crimes that I do remember happening. It was like he was reporting the news, more info than what a newspaper would tell us. It also had a lot of current events, which created me feel like I was reading crimes that actually happened near and far to me. It is the "True Crimes of 2016", after all. I loved the book very much. Now, I think it would be amazing if we obtain a follow up on these scumbags, if possible, to know that they obtain what they deserve. I would love to read that. I am left to wonder on so a lot of of these horrific crimes,as we all are, just what their punishment is. I hope they don't die a natural death, that is method too amazing for them. Far too good, a lot of people would love to see the end of them, but, not that way. God has a plan! I hope to read the outcome,then there are so a lot of cases for the author to follow. But, I know, Jack, he can do it. He is such a amazing author who never stops writing. I have a lot of confidence in him.

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    True Crime: Homicide & True Crime Stories of 2016 (Annual True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    This book highlights a lot of of the high profile crimes that occurred both in the US and internationally in 2016. It gives a detailed description of what happened and each victim in the case. It covers a lot of cases, including the Gregory Green family murders, The Pulse nightclub massacre, the Cascade Mall murders, the Victoria Martens horrific abuse/murder and so a lot of others. I had forgotten how a lot of horrible acts of murder happened latest year. OK, all acts of murder are horrible, but these are ones that mostly had more than one victim (several mass murders), horrific mind-numbing crimes that create you hate humans. This book is a amazing summary of these crimes, that most people know about even if they are not into real crime. The book is well written and well researched. I do recommend it. I loved it.

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    True Crime: Homicide & True Crime Stories of 2016 (Annual True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    Jack Rosewood's Homicide & Real Crime Stories of 2016 is a amazing method to catch up on the violent crimes that occurred in the U.S and abroad for almost the entire year. 2016 was a beautiful violent year, and it isn't even over yet! Broken down by months, the cases are described, but with limited information, and then current statuses are given if possible. Since most of the cases are still awaiting trial, there isn't the in-depth research, analysis, explanation and interviews that are seen in Rosewood's other works. The book does its job as a summary of the year in violent crime, but including December would create it more complete, a real year in review.I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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    True Crime: Homicide & True Crime Stories of 2016 (Annual True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    This one is an eye-opener. These are latest crimes, all from 2016. Are we really any closer to understanding the mind of a serial,killer? I have my doubts. The most disturbing stories involve the innocent children. Such heartbreaking stories. As always Jack Rosewood tells the story with compassion and respect for their survivors which I know can be difficult when attempting to explain these heinous crimes. I highly recommend this or any of Jack's books for the real crime readers.

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    True Crime: Homicide & True Crime Stories of 2016 (Annual True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    This book was very well written and it focuses on crimes that were committed in 2016, from January to the end of the year. This is the first book I have seen him write that is in chronological order. Jack Rosewood, as always, did an awesome job with researching the people, places, and things that were affected by tragedy during this particular decade. I am truly looking forward to seeing what is in shop for 2017. Anything by this writer I can safely, without a doubt, recommend

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    True Crime: Homicide & True Crime Stories of 2016 (Annual True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    I like the style of writing Mr. Rosewood takes on his non fiction novels. He seems to research info from a lot of resources to write his novels , this makes a more accurate & detailed read.Another reason I have fun his real crime novels is he writes about criminals that one doesn't always read or hear about. Most real crime readers know of the Ted Bundy , or John Gacy ,etc.. But it's just as interesting to read about the not so popular or unheard of crimes as well.I read a lot of real crime novels , & he is an author I have fun immensely, I will continue to read his work.

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    True Crime: Homicide & True Crime Stories of 2016 (Annual True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    In this informative real crime exposé of 2016 major crimes, one gets a close eye-view of just how barbaric some crimes exist. Each fresh year, don't we all want for peace and less crimes/attacks on others? It just doesn't happen. These stories are chilling and some have never created it to our media. The author has done his research to share some small known facts to the public. He does not create up these stories. Jack Rosewood provides amazing information, however, a small better proofreading could create it better. Regardless, I highly recommend.

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    True Crime: Homicide & True Crime Stories of 2016 (Annual True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    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 contemporary crimes – murders and killings that have occurred in this very usual Jack (and now with Rebecca) opens with an introduction explaining the decision to put these gruesome stories before us: ‘2016 has been a volatile year. As of press time, police in the United States had shot and killed 800 people by violent force, according to a tally by the Washington Post. While a lot of were perpetrators of crimes, a lot of of those shot and killed were unarmed, and a lot of of them were black, causing the Black Lives Matter movement to dig deep to raise awareness of continued racism running through the heart of the nation. One man was carrying a garden tool and triggered a call from a neighbor, several had toy guns, and one unarmed man was shot and killed as his wife and two young kids looked on by a police officer who had long been his neighbor. The children’s screams of horror can be heard over the police radio as they called in “shots fired.” A lot of of those killed by police were suffering from mental illness or had endured head injuries in vehicle accidents and had lost the ability to control what they did. Some were suicidal and committing suicide by police, which occurs when perpetrators of a crime threaten police afterwards, choosing death rather than jail time, or when non-criminals behave in a threatening manner in order to provoke police into shooting them… It’s nothing new. But still, each senseless murder, each serial assassin captured, causes us to pause for a moment and reflect on the horror of it all, even as amid the police shootings and terrorist attacks the crimes continue. Yes, 2016 has been a volatile year.’From this terrifying introduction Jack and Rebecca take us month by month through the heinous crimes – serial assassins in Anchorage, family massacres and those murdered execution style, more news on the Grim Sleeper, the UCLA shooting and the Orlando PULSE nightclub massacre, police under fire, murders in Japan, England, Taiwan, Belgium, Fresh York, Fresh Jersey, Chicago, Oklahoma – it seems no zone of the world was safe. The social media and racism and the elections have added to the milieu of terror.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, November 16

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    True Crime: Homicide & True Crime Stories of 2016 (Annual True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    This is another amazing Real Crime book by Jack Rosewood. This time he provides a gripping detailed look at some of the most infamous heinous crimes of 2016, such as the Kalamazoo Uber driver, UCLA shooting and Orlando nightclub shooting to name a few. I just could not place the book down. I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 2: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    This is yet another biopic read that’s really hard to place down. It's an insightful and graphically detailed acc of some of the most horrific murders. In fact, while reading yet another of Jack Rosewoods books, 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 people, but because I sincerely believe that most people are fascinated in one method or another by 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 another individual can be.Even if you are a seasoned campaigner of real crime, Real Crime Stories Volume 2: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases; will surely raise more than a few hairs on the back of your neck. It was a amazing read and the author gave a perspective to these horrific crimes that were 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 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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    True Crime Stories Volume 2: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    For those of you who are fans of Mr. Jack Rosewood we should have anticipated a book which would include another smorgasbord of a dozen real crime murders. He didn’t disappoint his readers the first and he has certainly not disappointed any of them here.Once again, in this outing of his exposés Mr. Rosewood presents his fans and those reading him for the first time a smorgasbord/an anthology of a dozen real crime murders, murders which have flown under the radar of the news media but we were just as heinous in what had taken place, simply because they were basically singular happenings and not a series of them perpetrated by the same individuals. Murders, which had gone cold but eventually solved years later due to the vast improvements of investigative tools used by detectives, much in the same manner we hear about such cases being resolved today. Murders, which might could have even baffled Charlie Chan or Sherlock Holmes, with their strange coincidences or r informing his readers in his usual style about these “forgotten” real murder cases I’m giving Mr. Rosewood 5 STARS.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 2: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    Here is another book that I can't place down. I have to take a lot of breaths in between each and every story. I can't say or obtain enough of Mr. Jack Rosewood's stories. These stories as we know, are not your daily stories. These are horrific crimes committed by the most insane monsters. Each and every crime makes me sick and horrified, To think that there are criminals who either obtain off easy, which is sickening in itself. Not to mention the unsolved crimes. Jack has a method of telling each and every story to the fullest as much as he knows, obviously. He does an awesome job. I am so thrilled to have stumbles across him. I have never found a better author. To me he is a master at his own craft. He also had a very amazing teacher, his dad. I also love the fact that he has so a lot of criminal stories to write about. Needless to say, there are that a lot of sick people who slay for the fun of it. Some of them just don't obtain pleasure in the killing, they act like a cannibal. So horrible for the families of these not good victims . What I hate is the fact that the criminals wish to die an simple death. Seriously, are you kidding me? What is wrong with our justice system? Allow the @#$%!&?s suffer like the victims and their families. I know the system has not failed all, but, a lot of got away with nothing compared to their crimes. We have still so a lot of unsolved crimes. Someday, hopefully, they can be solved or will be solved. Each and every crime and victim stay with me, like forever. These are so horrendous, I don't think anyone can forget. Especially the victim's families, Prays for all of you.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 2: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    I have received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest is book is a detailed acc of some of the most horrific murders ever committed. The stories are presented in a well-ordered and easy-to-read manner with each fresh aspect described in a separate paragraph. Some stories are about unsolved crimes which is a bit frustrating for the reader. However, the author simply aims at presenting those cases and leaving it to the reader to form an opinion about them. And one cannot but feel strongly about the victims and their families.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 2: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    I loved the first part of this book series so I was excited to obtain my hands on this one. In fact, I was so excited that I read it within 24 hours! I loved it, just like the first book in this series it does a amazing job describing the 12 completely various murder cases without giving me that feeling that I don't obtain to know enough or to little.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 2: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    Just as I said for Volume 1 of this series, it is a fast read with just enough info to hold the stories interesting. From murder to missing persons to unexplained events, I recommend this book for anyone that would like fast read of amazing stories without getting into a long-winded real crime book.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 2: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    After reading part one, I just had to download this to my kindle. It was just as amazing as the first and I could not place it down. Mr. Rosewood is very passionate about the research he puts into each case. That is what amazes me about his real crime writing, the fact he knows how and why he puts his words into novels. Like always, I give it a high recommendation and will continue to read his work.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 2: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    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 strange 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. He calls these collections TRUE CRIME STORIES: TRUE CRIME ANTHOLOGY and in this second volume he shares twelve very shocking and strange crimes that have eluded the widespread usual Jack (and now with Rebecca) opens with an introduction explaining the decision to put these gruesome stories before us: ‘Murder happens anywhere, at any time, and the rates of murder are increasing, as is the size of the population around the world. Even an economic crisis can trigger an outbreak of sorts of murders. But there are always certain cases that stay in the recesses of your mind, even after years have passed. Why you remember them may depend on the individual case and whether or not you feel some kind of affinity with the victim. Others may stay in your memory because they are so horrific that you just can’t forget about them. One thing’s for sure— while the victim is being remembered, they are being honored in some little way. Remembering those who have been lost, helps to hold them alive, even if it is just in our memories. There are twelve cases contained in this book. They range from multiple murders to mistaken identity crimes, as being accused and charged of a murder you didn’t commit can also affect you for the rest of your life. There is a chapter on Josef Fritzl, the father who kept his daughter captive for twenty-four years, and the suicide that was found to be a homicide, thanks in part to a famous tv program. An alleged angel of death, family murders, police misconduct, and the taking of a child— they are all stories that need to be elve stories here that will terrify: Murder in the French Alps – Iqbal Al-Hilli and her family, The Villisca Axe Murders, The disappearance of Stacy Peterson and Marie Cales, Lucia de Berk – Angel of Death, The Richardson murders in Canada, The Amazing Hart murders, Beslanowitch – the murder of a teen prostitute, Murder by accident, When suicide is murder, Snatched form the snow - the disappearance of Maria Ridulph, Captive for 24 years – the Joseph Fritzl case, and A controversial case of police misconduct – or was it murder by cop?After delving into these fascinating cases with inordinate dexterity of thought and writing Jack and Rebecca reflect on the state of the media today – murders and terror killings have become far too frequent. Perhaps reading stories like these will create us more alert to possible crimes that may be prevented. Another highly recommended book by the master crime journalist/investigator/historian – Jack Rosewood, ably aided by Rebecca Lo. Grady Harp, July 16

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    True Crime Stories Volume 2: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    I just loved this book. Recommend it? Oh, you bet I recommend this! And you'll hear about my thoughts on all the other books in this series as I have purchased them all on Amazon and on Audible and plan to jump right into the next Jack Rosewood land!What a GREAT book and EXCELLENT reading experience! YAY!

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    True Crime Stories Volume 2: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-1 18:19

    Brilliantly written, fast stories to whet your real crime appetite. It's hard to use "enjoy" when reviewing this particular genre, but Jack Rosewood gives you consise bits of info and while you feel poor for the victims, at least you obtain a small closure. I found both of the volumes simple to read. I'm looking forward to the next! Well done, Jack!

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 1: 8 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:23

    I truly enjoyed just having the very short back history and stories that went together. It held my attention far longer than a huge long back story when with a short two or three paragraph ending to the crime that had been committed, I would read 20 books that were written in this fashion rather than one long novel only to have a two or three page ending to the crime that had been committed.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 1: 8 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:23

    I enjoyed this short book full of various crime stories. Some of them I knew, others I had never heard before. Fairly detailed despite being a short book. The editing was good, which is often an problem with these short books of crime stories. I would definitely recommend giving this a read.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 1: 8 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:23

    For true Real Crime fans you will search this book a rehash of something someone has either written or produced on television. I skipped most of the book, having known the complete story I found no reason to read an abbreviated ver of it. I have purchased volume two, I hope I did not waste my money.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 1: 8 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:23

    I visited Jason Neal Amazon webpage and found that this e-book was the first he published. I had never heard of several of the real stories documented in this e-book. I think the story he wrote about Dr. John Schneeberger was quite interesting. The doctor raped at least one woman called Candice and used an unusual trick so that he did not give his DNA for amazing testing. He essentially destroyed Candice’s life because she insisted he raped her, and he was forced to take DNA tests that came back negative. It took this fool raping his stepdaughter before his secret trick came out. I could not believe that Canadian law at that time requires visitation privileges, even for his stepfather who rapes his daughter. For both rapes, the doctor got six years in prison. At least the fool was stripped of his medical license and citizenship and he was deported. Mr. Neal appears to researches stories quite thoroughly. He is a fresh voice in real crime case stories, and this book indicates he is off to a amazing start. I will read more e-books from this author.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 1: 8 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:23

    I honestly did not know what to expect but I was not expecting much to be honest. I thought it would be about assassins we hear about over and over or it would be so short that the stories had barely any details.But this was not at all what it was, thankfully! In fact it was the complete opposite. I found the stories to obtain right to the point and tell enough info to where you had plenty of info and could almost picture it! Also I really only heard about a few of these assassins and the ones I did know about he definitely provided more the enough info. In fact I learned more from his then I had with any other book or articles. I loved how he told the story how it happened. That's what I wish to read. While it may not be pleasant I think in order to really know a case or about a murder you need all the info and facts!!I found this book to be a amazing read and I am definitely looking to read a lot more from this author!!!

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 1: 8 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:23

    These stories were quite interesting. I've read a lot of real crime stories over the years and these are not ones commonly found. Several I had never read before or in the detail ese are not sophisticated essays. They are an simple to read and understand set of real crime stories. If you wish more on these stories you can easily do more research on your own. But what Mr. Neal has provided are very compelling and disturbing readings.I plan to read Jason Neal's Second book soon.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 1: 8 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:23

    The crimes covered in this volume are truly disturbing, shocking and horrific. Some are covered more thoroughly than others, but the reader can Google any case for which more info is e writing was quite unprofessional with incomplete sentences and inconsistent usage of verb tenses. Everything in the book has already happened, so there is no need to use show tense.I would like to see more books in this series, but hopefully in better shape before publishing. 38

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 1: 8 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:23

    This is the first book in the genre of real crime written by Jason Neal. A total of 8 stories with a unique ninth chapter. All are very well researched about horrific murders and their outcome. A lot of I have never heard of, yet they were page turners just the same. Mr. Neal is definitely on to something

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 1: 8 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:23

    This is a very interesting and very well written book. The author did an perfect job. I recommend this book.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 1: 8 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:23

    Very interesting enticed me to read more best info even though a lot of others might not like. Sad that these things did happen some people are truly ybe understanding could support prevent. Loved reading the book will continue the series.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 2: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:28

    I read the First book of this series by Jason Neal and while it was informative, the sequel seemed to be more detailed. There were more stories included. There are color pictures of the assassins and their victims. Putting a face on them makes it more en there were appendices that included killers' diaries explaining in grim info of their motivations, how they felt committing the crime, and why they remain a danger to the public. Jason Neal seems to be improving in his delivery of the crime vignette. He will hold your attention.And as he warned if you don't wish to read the gruesome info of these depraved assassins don't read this book. But if you search Real Crime fascinating this is an simple to read book that you ought to enjoy.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 2: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:28

    In various locations (the US, England, and  Canada) and at various times, murderers stalk the innocent to complete their macabre plans.  I probably couldn't have read these except that the reader is assured (by the author) that they paid for their crimes in the end.  The crimes are just so hideous and #9:  The Green Chain Assassin is one of those cases where the reader is thankful not to be a taxpayer in that country (England).  The police spent 3 million British pounds chasing the wrong person.  They ruined the life of the person they pursued, even in the face of evidence that he wasn't the one.  However, he got 706,000 British pounds restitution.  I bet he wishes he had his amazing name Case #11: The Glamour Girl Slayer takes put in the 1930s. Where would a 10-year-old kid obtain the idea to use ropes, bondage, and auto-erotic asphyxiation?In the Appendix, the author offers the ruminations of Tag Twitchell.  He was obviously very smart and could analyze his thoughts and behaviors.  I wonder what his former wives and ex-girlfriend thought when they found out he was a serial killer?  What a scary person, that he could fool so a lot of people while contemplating and doing such horrible is is an interesting collection of real crimes.  The stories are fairly short; however, the author gets the info across to the reader about the seriousness and complexity of the crimes, as well as the effect of the cases.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 2: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:28

    Amazing info were included. The storytelling methodology was lacking. I felt a lack of private connection to the cases, background knowledge of the victims, something that lets us relate, brings it home on a private level. The only saving grace for this particular book, for me, is an included excerpt of a serial assassin that wrote about his first attempt at a slay and his first actual kill. The assassin wrote the story (his story is a chapter in the book of what he actually wrote) in a very interesting way. He gave insights into his mind. He gave fear. He gave real insight into a sick mind. The writings of the author himself just felt like facts being thrown together without a lot of “filling in the stories”. I almost stopped reading the book but was finally taken by it when we got to the serial assassin writings.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 2: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:28

    I purchased based on the reviews and the brief on the book. I feel I was completely mislead in the brief and anyone that gave it a amazing review, I am not sure what they were reading. The brief says something about these disturbing crimes, I thought the descriptions were brief. I was thinking it would go into more the person and the crime committed but that was not the case. They were synopsis' at best which if you are looking just to be created aware of a crime existed, this is your book. If you are more interested more info like the whys, hows, a bit of background on the criminal, this does not provide that. I gave it a 2 stars as I did read a few of them and I guess there was some info but not quite what I wanted.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 2: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:28

    I enjoyed reading this collection of real crime stories. It goes into amazing detail about each crime, so if you're place off by such items this may not be for you. I know the globe is full of sick people so its interesting to test and understand what makes them this way. I want more info about the criminal’s early life was given, perhaps in future books that could be a consideration. That's the only issue I had with the stories. I would recommend this to anyone who has an interest in real crime.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 2: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:28

    The first part of this book has some rehash of crime been told over and over by others and on Real Crime Tv Series. Some fresh I had not before heard. The second part of the book was very interesting. Words written directly from a serial assassin not this author. It was unusual that he included it in his book, but worth the read. The latest part are snippets from other books. All in all, it was better the volume 1 and again worth the read.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 2: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:28

    Well written and concise commentary on the horrific crimes across the globe that have horrified and fascinated the human mind. Twisted human beings seeking revenge, gratification and pleasure who defy what a normal mind can conjure up. Quick paced and a fast study into the thought process of crazed, deprived men and women.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 2: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:28

    This book includes info of twelve murders which happened in the United States, Canada and England during various time periods. I have to warn those with weak stomachs that some of the info contained in the book is quite gruesome. I highly recommend this book to those interested in real crime.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 2: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:28

    Being a real crime reader I must say that the lack of insight in this book is rather disappointing. It seems like these are just rewritten versions of Wikipedia entries. If you don't read a lot of real crime, however, this is a amazing starting point as it will introduce you to some beautiful gruesome crimes and create you eager to seek out more info on r the rest of us, though, we wish to know more than just an acc of the crimes, and this book doesn't offer that.

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    True Crime Case Histories - Volume 2: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories (True Crime Collection) review []  2020-1-19 23:28

    This was an interesting collection of short vignettes of a bunch of real crime stories. Each segment was long enough to fill in the essential info without becoming bogged down with useless information. The final section, which was a recounting of one of the killers' diary of his slide into criminal depravity was chilling. Awesome how evil some humans can become!

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    True Crime Stories: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-21 20:51

    This is yet another biopic read that’s really hard to place down. It's an insightful and graphically detailed acc of some of the most horrific (albeit small known about) serial killers. In fact, while reading yet another of Jack Rosewoods books, 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 another individual can be.Even if you are a seasoned campaigner of real crime, Real Crime Stories: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) will surely raise more than a few hairs on the back of your neck. It was a amazing read and the author gave a perspective to these horrific crimes that were fascinating and intriguing. This was one of the better real crime books that I have read e writing is new and straight to the point. It’s a straightforward and no fluff tutorial and an interesting fast short read. As a huge fan of Jack Rosewood, it’s another five stars from me. I would highly recommend his work to all fans of the real crime genre.

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    True Crime Stories: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-21 20:51

    For those of you who are fans of Mr. Jack Rosewood with his vivid and psychological ventures through his books into the depraved minds of those individuals who we aptly call serial assassins know I am a fan as well. It didn’t begin out that method as I would have normally walked away from reading stories like these, but somehow they began to grow on me, much in the same manner I’d watched the complete series of “Murder, She Wrote” streaming on NetFlix a several months ago, when I didn’t watch the present when it originally aired; they only difference is that times have changed and so has my taste for stories like these. So when I perused my reviews and my KINDLE library of books I was surprised that somehow I’d missed this endeavor by the this outing of his exposés Mr. Rosewood presents his fans and those reading him for the first time a smorgasbord/an anthology of a dozen real crime murders, murders which have flown under the radar of the news media but we were just as heinous in what had taken place, simply because they were basically singular happenings and not a series of them perpetrated by the same individuals. Murders, which had gone cold but eventually solved years later due to the vast improvements of investigative tools used by detectives, much in the same manner we hear about such cases being resolved today. Murders, which might could have even baffled Charlie Chan or Sherlock Holmes, with their strange coincidences or r informing his readers in his usual style about these “forgotten” real murder cases I’m giving Mr. Rosewood 5 STARS.

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    True Crime Stories: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-21 20:51

    A true writing talent exists in Mr Rosewood, who apparently is descended from a writer father. In this book of murder anthologies he brings to light some cases that are not on the hint of media's tongue. They are interesting because they are basically unheard of and one in particular, that of a Fresh Jersey killer, Richard Zarinsky, is particularly gripping, as he was running rampant before the advent of truly modern detective work, including the use of DNA. And when the law caught up to him there was mass devastation in his wake.What I would say regarding Rosewood's writing is that he needs an editor. He frequently cuts out much of the meat of a story and goes from "this is what he did" to "and then they caught him", if I may turn a phrase. The writing of the stories is too thin and needs fleshing out in a calm, cold, detailed way. Minus the numerous exclamation points, BTW. Allow the reader's imagination place those exclamation points in. Allow him obtain there himself by really working that any case Mr. Rosewood is finding his method into something good.

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    True Crime Stories: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-21 20:51

    All of the stories are quite riveting but the one that seems to be the most vivid is the one of Mary Henderson Morris, as she was a energetic woman, wife mother and a Loan Officer at a huge bank and to fit so smoothly into such an un-godly bit of poor timing. She is totally oblivious of her admirer and goes about her day, as usual, the woman bring joy to those that know her+trusts her explicitly but on that fatal day as she readies herself, she knows nothing of the impending happenings that keep her fate that will change her life forever. Won't say anything further as it would ruin the story. That is 1 story from 12, and they are all equally captivating. Sgt Mac usmc

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    True Crime Stories: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-21 20:51

    I am always left in a daze whenever I read Jack Rosewood's books. They leave such an impact on me. I live in the same city and zone where Yale University lost Anna Li. I have to say that where the lab is located, it is not where a lot of people are. It is not too old either. Just up the block on a main road is an old church which now was turned into a school. I am not saying this as an excuse or defending Yale, by no means. I just wish to point out where the lab is. Her murder was a tragedy, as well as the others in the book. The author is an absolute outstanding author. He writes where I don't have to turn back a page and read it over again. He writes beautiful. I have read a lot of authors to know whom I love and don't like, due to their style, and a lot of had errors. Jack Rosewood is an exception whom I sincerely love. Due to the nature of the (crime), book, I have to take a breather before I start again. Only because the book will still be in my head and I won't forget it. I guess I am a small chicken,I don't know what I can call myself. Even when I watch the the shows on television, all the real crimes, I fret at a book I have even as I pass it by, the man criminal still gives me the creeps. It's in a box to obtain rid of, but, his picture is right on top of the pile. Horrible and scary.

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    True Crime Stories: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-21 20:51

    I have read and reviewed a lot of of Jack Rosewood's books. Jack has been kind enough to provide me free copies of his a lot of books to read and review. I received this book free for my honest opinion. I create no promises for favorable reviews, just my honest is collection of real crime mysteries is very interesting. I remember hearing about some of these disappearances and murders when the stories were "hot" news items. Others I never heard of before now.I enjoyed reading about these 12 cases. Jack doesn't offer his view of the causes or reasons behind these stories. He just presents the facts and allows the reader to form his own opinion.If you are a fan of Real Crime, read this book. It doesn't take long to read and will keep your interest. I recommend this book.

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    True Crime Stories: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-21 20:51

    This is a fast read that is also available with audio narration. I picked it up due to my recently growing obsession with real crime. Seriously.. I cannot stop. This is an anthology of somewhat interesting murder cases that the reader might not have heard of otherwise. While I appreciated that aspect and found two particular crimes to be of interest, I have to admit that there was small that stood out here.Each crime is presented more as a synopsis, lacking in a lot of desired information. There were several cases that seemed to have been solved relatively simple as well. There was no real luring air of mystery and some of the crimes felt like an odd fit within the collection. Overall, it was a somewhat lackluster and unsatisfying read that will not bode well if you appreciate powerful details.

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    True Crime Stories: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-21 20:51

    Twelve stories of various murders that are surprising in various ways. DNA solved some, some unsolved, some just shocking. Anna Palmer murder, serial assassin Richard Zalinsky, the missing Palmer brothers, and more. The stories are straight and to the point with no additional added fluff. Just the important details. Each of the stories are interesting in their own rights. The book is well-written and well researched. It is a quick and simple read, and enjoyable. I liked it.

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    True Crime Stories: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-21 20:51

    I just wish to say how much I enjoyed reading this book. If you read books on real crime you will love this. I liked how there were 12 stories. Each story told a complete story of people,times,events and even history similar to the e chapters were short and simple to read. There was so info you didn't question and you had a complete acc of the story and what happened. The author was very knowledgeable about what he was writing.I can't wait to read more by this author. I would most definitely recommend this book. *I am grateful I was given this book in return for an honest review.

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    True Crime Stories: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology Book 1) review []  2020-1-21 20:51

    What I like about this Author, Jack Rosewood, is the method he writes. It is very simple to feel like you are having a conversation with a mate about another person.. Its just that this other person happens to be a serial killer. In this particular volume you obtain a bunch of vignettes of 12 people who, unfortunately, have crossed paths with someone who should not be out on the streets! The stories are fast but are packed with pertinent info about each case. I do like sinking my teeth into a amazing story with all the minutiae, but this is very satisfying (I know: odd choice of words to use for such poor behavior). I recommend these volumes if you're interested in just a bite of information.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 11: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    Regardless of what genre of books you might love to read, for that there are always a handful of authors for whom you can’t wait to read their next endeavor. For this reviewer, who’s a Top Contributor for Real Crime books Jack Rosewood is that kind of author for me for this each of his anthologies of Real Crime Stories, he’s selected specific theme[s] in which to write about murderers throughout the globe who for some reasons have been able to exist below radar of practically all sorts of news r this installment, Mr. Rosewood has chosen a number of themes, including that of vacations which have gone astray, disappearing individuals, and most unfortunately the extinction of r each of the twelve stories this book contains, the author gives his readers a brief bio of the murderer which contains a reason for their depravity, the murder[s] itself, and the imes of murder exist throughout the world; and the perpetrators of them are so varied that you might have one standing next to you at any time, for you can’t tell by their outward appearance of what they’ve done or are capable of r giving me and the rest of his readers another dozen real crime stories which are as always captivating and riveting, I’ve given Mr. Rosewood the 5 STARS he’s gotten from me.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 11: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    This is another amazing read that was really hard to place down. It's an insightful and graphically detailed acc of some of the most horrific crimes. In fact, while reading yet another of Jack Rosewoods books I 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 be.Even if you are a seasoned campaigner of real crime, Real Crime Stories Volume 11 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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    True Crime Stories Volume 11: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    These are the Chapter’s that interested me the most.*Chapter 6: Mesac Damas, the Voodoo Family Annihilator A Strange Background Coming to America The Murder Crazy Courtroom Antics Final Resolution; *Chapter 9: Cheyenne Rose Antoine, the Social Media Murderess Life in Saskatoon Cheyenne Antione & Brittany Gargol The Murder Charges Filed; *Chapter 10: Bevan Spencer von Einem and “The Family” Murders Bevan Spencer von Einem The Murder of Richard Dallas Kelvin The Arrest & Trial of Einem Einem’s Connection to the Family MurdersWarning: This book is for adults only & includes extreme violent or graphic adult content or profanity &/or sexually explicit scenarios. It may be offensive to some readers.I did not keep any type of compensation for reading & reviewing this book. While I keep free books from publishers & authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review. Only an honest one.A very amazing book cover, amazing font & writing style. 12 very well written real crime stories (book). They were all very simple for me to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. There were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a amazing set of special characters to hold track of. They all could also create another amazing real crime sequential movie, PP presentation, or better yet a mini TV series or even a documentary (True Crime; American Crime Story; Investigative Discovery). There are no references or works cited so I will only rate it at 4/5 ank you for the free author; LAK Publishing; Amazon Digital Services LLC.; bookTony Parsons MSW (Washburn)

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    True Crime Stories Volume 11: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    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 strange crimes most of which are discoveries for the reader – even the Jack Rosewood reader! In addition to his books on individual serial assassins he has published four collections. He calls these collections TRUE CRIME STORIES: TRUE CRIME ANTHOLOGY and in this eleventh volume he shares twelve very shocking and strange crimes that have eluded the widespread usual Jack opens with an introduction explaining the decision to put these gruesome stories before us: ‘When you begin the pages of this book you’ll be transferred into a globe where criminals think they rule, but where they also usually obtain their just rewards. The nature of some of these crimes is hard for most normal people to understand and most are truly disturbing, yet you will no doubt hold reading. These are twelve of the most perplexing and bizarre crime cases from around the globe that have happened in the latest forty years. Although none of these crimes are directly connected to each other, there are some common threads that create some of these cases eerily similar. Vacation travel and going on street trips is a favorite pastime for millions of people around the world. Although there are inherent dangers associated with travel, for most, especially in industrialized countries, street tripping is as safe as it is enjoyable. In this volume, you will learn about two cases where street tripping went terribly wrong. First there is the case of the retired couple, Lyle and Marie McCann, who spent their golden years in a recreational car traveling across Canada and the United States. They never had any issues until a possibility encounter with a career criminal. Across the Atlantic Ocean in Spain, an American hiker met with a related demise along a path that is used by religious pilgrims, but also by violent criminals from time to time. The case of Lyle and Marie McCann is also significant in the annals of crime history because someone was charged with their murders even though their bodies have yet to be discovered. Thousands of miles away and about fifteen years earlier, a related case played out in Fresh Zealand. You will read about how two young Fresh Year’s revelers accepted a ride from a stranger and were never seen again. You will read about two examples of mass murder that share some disturbing similarities. The perpetrators of both cases attempted to wipe out an entire family, but the info of each were extremely bizarre. You will have to read it to believe it. Related to all the volumes in this series, some cases can only be classified as strange and creepy. You will read about the possible existence of a cult in Australia comprised of well-connected men that operated during the 1970s and 1980s. Instead of going out in the woods and conducting arcane rituals, this cult is alleged to have abducted, raped, and murdered at least five young men, with a lot of more victims suspected. Finally, you will learn about a case where social media helped catch an unlikely killer. Like a lot of young people today, the assassin was a social media junky, who tried to use social media as an alibi. The scheme worked for a while, but the more investigators looked at this suspect the killer’s own social media pages helped lead to an e heinous crimes included in this collection are The Abduction and Murder of Samantha Knight, The Murder of Zoe Hastings, Mayhem on the Camino Santiago, The Unicorn Killer, The Lyle and Marie McCann Murder Case, Mesac Damas, the Voodoo Family Annihilator, he Disappearance of Ben Intelligent and Olivia Hope, The Murder of Susan Morris, Cheyenne Rose Antoine, the Social Media Murderess, Bevan Spencer von Einem and “the Family” Murders, The Covina Massacre, and The Murder of Kirsty me of these crimes we know, most we do not know. Jack explains in fine detail the facts leading up to the crime and the personalities of the perpetrators. This is yet another extremely fine anthology by Jack Rosewood. Grady Harp, September 18

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    True Crime Stories Volume 11: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    Here’s another shocker from Jack Rosewood. They are all interesting but the one that stands out in my mind is Ira Einhorn. I was living in Philadelphia when this murder occurred. He skipped bail and was convicted in absentia, convicted and sentenced to life without parole. The trick was finding him. Another interesting case was the Ken and Barbie murderers. All in all any of the books in this series are worth reading, they just hold getting better.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 11: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    I enjoyed reading this book very much! It was very well written and very interesting to read. I have read most of this author's works as the stories are very well researched and thoughtfully written. I plan on reading more from this talented writer. Each case was interesting and I learned about some cases I did not know about. Mr. Rosewood is one of the best criminalogy author's I've had the pleasure of reading.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 11: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    Jack Rosewood never fails to please. I am a large fan of studying serial assassins and what makes them tick. There is several times that I have found that Jack uncovers at least one that I haven't heard of or some evidence that I missed when learning about the specific killer. Fabulous book as always.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 11: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    Once again, Jack Rosewood has delivered a crowd-pleasing real crime anthology. As usual, the book is well-researched, and while the crimes are quite detailed, the stories flow well. From the book's description: "You will search yourself thrust into a globe that is often depraved but always intriguing and fascinating, leaving you wanting to read more." I can definitely attest to this. Themes contain missing persons, street trips gone wrong, and family annihilation. If you're a real crime aficionado, I highly recommend this volume (and others in the series, too!).

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    True Crime Stories Volume 11: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    kindle unlimied but one of my 'bought' books, used to do list of main books, all of which had read, but was getting longer than review/review blurb, did read that he never fails to please, suppose real if you're happy to be grossed out, though I have various reaction than most people, thinking more CSI type things, but just hold barf bag at ready, and if fine after this one there are loads listed series and singles and sets, listed amazon and goodreads

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    True Crime Stories Volume 11: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    Jack Rosewood 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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    True Crime Stories Volume 4: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    In this, his fourth outing, author Jack Rosewood has once again given his readers a collection of a dozen murderers, murderers who for a better word have hiding under the watchful eyes of the media simply because they weren’t sensational enough to have been worth the time to covered totally, as has been the case when he deals with serial e individuals the author has included in this edition of Real Crime Stories are just as heinous as those he’s devoted an entire book for. While not all the murders have a resolution to the crime as of yet, the stories here will perplex the minds of its readers, as it has with the detectives and investigators involved with each of the cases here. It present how the steadfast efforts of these individuals using a combination of the advances in science, some lucky breaks, and perfect police work have brought a lot of of these murderers into the justice system, while others have been able to hold under the radar of different law enforcement agencies, which doesn’t mean they’ll never be caught, it just means their capture might take a bit longer.If you’re into reading books about real crime murders, then this would be a welcomed addition to your library. Mr. Rosewood has once again shown his prowess in writing a book for this genre which is why I’m giving him 5 STARS for his endeavor here.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 4: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    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 strange crimes most of which are discoveries for the reader – even the Jack Rosewood reader! In addition to his books on individual serial assassins he has published three collections. He calls these collections TRUE CRIME STORIES: TRUE CRIME ANTHOLOGY and in this FOURTH volume he shares twelve very shocking and strange crimes that have eluded the widespread usual Jack opens with an introduction explaining the decision to put these gruesome stories before us: ‘Unfortunately, crime is a part of life in the modern world. That is not to say that crime is a purely modern phenomenon, but with the advent of modern technology, criminals have become more mobile. Criminals are able to easily traverse through countries and from one country to another to commit their nefarious deeds. Because of that, it has become increasingly difficult to run away from crime. Modern technology has also allowed international audiences to learn about high-profile crimes and in some cases for fan followings of criminals to develop. In the pages of this book, you will learn about twelve high-profile crime cases from around the world. Some of these cases, such as the Hinterkaifeck murders and the murder of Kelly Anne Bates, attained notoriety due to their brutal and bizarre nature, while others were solved by DNA profiling after several twists and turns. A lot of of the cases in this book received considerable media attention while they were ongoing, sometimes earning the often overused moniker “the trial of the century.” The first real “trial of the century,” the Helen Jewett murder case, is profiled here and compared with another notorious case from the 1990s. Some of these cases looked like they would never be solved, but through a combination of scientific advances and amazing police work, the assassins were eventually caught and justice was served. Unfortunately, some cases, such as the murder of Chandra Levy and the assassination of William Stewart, remain begin and unsolved.’Twelve stories here that will terrify: The Mysterious Death of Rakhat Aliyev, The Murder of Meredith Kercher, Francis “Frankie” Stewart Silver, a Nineteenth Century Black Widow, The Hinterkaifeck Murders, The Murder of Kelly Anne Bates, The Assassination of William Stewart, The Cold Case Murder of Ralph Smith, The Disappearance and Murder of Chandra Levy, The Abduction of Colette Aram, The Murder of Manhattan Prostitute Helen Jewett, The Cold Case Murder of Linda Strait, and The Strange Case of the Joan Harrison ter delving into these fascinating cases with inordinate dexterity of thought and writing Jack reflects on the state of the media today – murders and terror killings have become far too frequent. Perhaps reading stories like these will create us more alert to possible crimes that may be prevented. Another highly recommended book by the master crime journalist/investigator/historian – Jack Rosewood. Grady Harp, October 16

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    True Crime Stories Volume 4: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    This is yet another biopic read that’s really hard to place down. In the pages of this book the author assembles twelve of the strangest real crime stories in human history. It's an insightful and graphically detailed acc of some of the most horrific serial assassins and crimes. In fact, while reading yet another of Jack Rosewoods books, 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 another individual can be.Even if you are a seasoned campaigner of real crime, Real Crime Stories Volume 4: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases will surely raise more than a few hairs on the back of your neck. It was a amazing 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 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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    True Crime Stories Volume 4: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    Kindle UnlimitedWARNING! The following real crime book may shock and frighten the faint hearted. In the pages of this book are assembled twelve of the strangest real crime stories in human history. There is no doubt that some of these cases will disturb you, but it is equally assured that you will not be able to place this book down!Follow along in different criminal investigations as astute investigators race to solve cold murder cases. Some of the cases in this real crime anthology will boggle your mind as much as the police were when they investigated them. You will read about the abduction of girls from safe neighborhoods during broad daylight and how the dogged detectives eventually caught their assassins through a combination of advances in science, some lucky breaks, and perfect police work. There are also some real crime murder cases profiled where assassins have yet to be brought to justice and unfortunately, probably never will be. You may have already heard about some of these cases, while it will be the first time you read about others, but create no mistake, you will hold turning the pages for begin the pages and read about bizarre abductions, real murder cases, and other strange crimes that have intrigued people around the world. Once you do, you will wish to read more.**Yes much the same as other books I have reviewed, not for faint of heart, those not near barf bag or recepticle. Shrink bills not ue Crime Stories: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)True Crime Stories Volume 2: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)True Crime Stories Volume 3: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)True Crime Stories Volume 4: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)True Crime Stories Volume 5: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)True Crime Stories Volume 6: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)True Crime Stories Volume 7: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)Check amazon for comprehensive list of books

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    True Crime Stories Volume 4: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    I have read all 4 of this series and have never been disappointed. While a lot of of these cases were familiar, a lot of of them were unheard of. Particularly disturbing were the stories involving children. A warning to educate your kids and watch them closely. It only takes the blink of an eye for a preditor to strike. I like the cold cases that are solved with modern technology but dogged police work is always a factor in apprehending the poor guys. Mr Rosewood does his homework and brings us the cases in a nutshell. I highly recommend any of his books to all real crime buffs like myself. All are 5 star worthy.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 4: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    These stories are definitely shocking! So much violence in the world. Too any innocent people killed for nothing. I cringe everytime I read a book from Mr. Jack Rosewood. His books are so good.I am thrilled to know that I have met such a amazing author! He makes me wish more, and he sure delivers. He writes one book after another, all Amazing books. Never leaving you hanging til next year or so, like other authors do. There is always free books at the end of the book! No one should pass by Jack! Always read his terrifying, nail biting books! He doesn't create up the stories, obviously, he has a knack for putting the stories into words. Love it!

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    True Crime Stories Volume 4: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    I am impressed with this authors style of writing & the in depth info he has place into this t only does he give background info on these murderers but also on the victims. I have read so a lot of real crime novels that don't emphasize on the victims and descriptions of their lives, I will continue to buy more books written from us isn't for the faint of heart , it is to the point, which can be graphic in nature. But Jack takes you to that point in time & gives through info about each case.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 4: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    Jack Rosewood has delivered another series of truly bizarre and heinous real crime stories that will hold you on the edge of your seat. These particular 12 terrifying stories are from around the globe and contain the Murder of Meredith Kercher – think Amanda Knox, and The Disappearance and Murder of Chandra Levy. Some of the crimes that are told in this volume take a lot of twist and turns before they are ultimately solved and some of these crimes remain unsolved even today. With the changes in technology, hopefully even these cold cases will see resolution in the future.I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 4: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    Did not search any of these stories shocking or as one commenter described as 'hair raising'. The five star reviews baffle me. Even at $ 3.99 I feel II wasted money.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 4: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-21 20:52

    Author, Jack Rosewood, is on a roll. Unfortunately, he has a plethora of topic matter; fortunately for us, his devoted fan club, we can look forward to more from him for a long time to come. As gruesome as it sounds, I'm enjoying the books by this author. He has a method to tell each story succinctly but with plenty of detail. He also tells the victim's story with compassion for them. I am looking forward to reading more from Jack Rosewood.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 3: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    Jack Rosewood has done a fairly amazing job with all three books in series, Real Crime Stories, Vol. 1, 2 and 3. Since they are all so similar, I am rolling a review of all three into this review. Mr. Rosewood’s writing is clear and the facts are well presented, except I want he had gone into a bit more detail sometimes, as he jumps for the crime or evidence to the outcome rather abruptly and quickly. Some of the stories are about crimes that are solved. Some stories concern crimes, or probable crimes, that have gone into the cold case file. Some are about what might even be a miscarriage of justice, as his presentation of facts leaves the reader to wonder who or how a conviction ever occurred. The stories span a huge amount of time. These are stories of interest, but stories which have not received enough coverage or exposure in the news or anywhere, for that matter. I enjoyed reading them, though I often wanted more details. However, Mr. Rosewood probably did not wish to obtain caught up in minutia about with cases, which could easily happen, so kept things to a bare minimum. I really liked the format of the stories, as I could pick up the book, read a bit, and place it down when necessary, resuming my reading as time and circumstances permitted. I am not sure I would have enjoyed them as much if I had raced through the books, as some of the stories were not that simple to take. Overall, I enjoyed reading them. I think anyone looking for a amazing look at crime because of interest or career will search these three books well worth the time and effort. I highly recommend them, if you fit this type of reader mold. I received these from Library Thing to read and review.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 3: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    I have read several books by Jack Rosewood and thoroughly enjoyed every one. This is the third book in the series and they are all books I couldn't place down. Most I read in a day. I love that he covers several stories, in this case 12. He covers just the facts of the case; the crime, the capture and the end result. Some of the cases are disturbing but true murders are an unpleasant fact of life and Mr. Rosewood gives us at a look at a side of life most of us, fortunately, will never experience. I highly recommend this or any of this author's books to all the real crime buffs out there. I'm now waiting for volume 4. Hope it's not too long.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 3: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.I am a real crime buff and I have fun learning about cases and taking them apart. While this book was somewhat enjoyable, it lacks a lot of info and really is more of an introductory to some spree e writing itself is easy and at time tries too hard to sound scary. That said, each chapter is a very brief summary of each case and besides informing you of the bare bones info and some opinions, there isn't much else. That isn't to say it isn't interesting as a casual light read, but for me it left me rather unsatisfied. The book also overall feels rushed as it was trying to talk about several cases that happened fairly recently. I do have some problems with some statements created by the author, one being that if only the police had used hypnosis on a witness in a specific case, then they could have gotten answers. The author says that having leading questions is bad, yet hypnosis is an okay technique? One that is popular for creating false memories and is overall an unreliable source for investigations as you can constantly have a witness say what you wish due to question phrases. If anything would lead on a witness, that would and I search it disappointing that the author fails to recognize this. Little things like that place a poor taste in my mouth. I am curious of the author's other works and I will give them a test to see their quality is better, but for now this work is just a light read to obtain you some names to research your self.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 3: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    Too a lot of crimes happen all over the world. To hear and read about them makes me sick that a lot of are not solved. I could only sympathize with all the families who have to live with this. Someday, they say, they will search the assassin or killers! Some members of the families die even before they obtain their peace. Only now, we can hope that they have peace in heaven, or hell. Since we don't know who the assassin is,I just say, God may they rest in peace. For justice will prevail for them. I can't stress enough about the author, who does such a fine job of writing and leaving me for more. I don't like to end the book. Except, there is always another book to read waiting for me by, Mr. Jack Rosewood. I am so glad, very satisfied to have stumbled across him. Amazing things come to those who wait! He writes these books one after another. Who can do that? Only someone like Jack!

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    True Crime Stories Volume 3: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    These factual crime stories by Jack Rosewood have a method of captivating readers. They depict people who cannot control their emotions and those who have serious mental flaws. Some of these stories are disturbing and bizarre and it's difficult to feel any empathy for these murderers. These crimes contain those in the USA, and other countries as well. This collection of crimes contain also mass shootings and cold cases. Some are heinous crimes making one realize anyone can become a victim. Mental illness must be addressed to support prevent such crimes. The stories are well written and compelling.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 3: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    Here's another amazing book by Jack Rosewood. (wow, I didn't realize how a lot of I've read already--He just writes so well!) With these volumes of short stories, you obtain a bit of complete info about each. It's just amazing: the horrible things people can do to other people. Yes it's nice to read all the finite info of certain cases, but these might support you decide which of those you might pursue. I search these are excellent to satisfy that which you seek when one picks up such a book. (do you "enjoy" it? that's creepy!)

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    True Crime Stories Volume 3: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    I always like to watch crime documentaries on TV but recently I've discovered that it's far more satisfactory to read books which documents real crimes. One of those books is being written in a very professional method by Jack Rosewood. I've became his fan and will also read other books from this collection. Thank you

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    True Crime Stories Volume 3: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    For those of you who are fans of Mr. Jack Rosewood, of which I’m one now, for his vivid and psychological ventures through his books into the depraved minds of those individuals who we aptly call serial killers. I didn’t begin out being a fan as I would have normally walked away from reading stories like these, but somehow they began to grow on me, much in the same manner I’d watched the complete series of “Murder, She Wrote” streaming on NetFlix a several months ago, when I didn’t watch the present when it originally aired; they only difference is that times have changed and so has my taste for stories like this book Mr. Rosewood has given readers his third smorgasbord, an anthology of a dozen real crime murders, murders which have flown under the radar of the news media simply because they were basically singular happenings and not a series of them perpetrated by the same individuals, murders which none the less just as heinous as if they had been a series of them. These are murders, which had gone cold but eventually solved years later due to the vast improvements of investigative tools used by detectives, much in the same manner we hear about such cases being resolved today. Murders, which might could have even baffled the likes of Charlie Chan or Sherlock Holmes, with their strange coincidences or r not disappointing his readers in this outing I’m giving Mr. Rosewood 5 STARS.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 3: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    I have read a lot of of Mr. Rosewood' works, including this one, and have not been disappointed. He actually approaches each story and case with a caring passion that other real crime writers seem to lack. It shows that each person affected means something to him. They touch his heart and soul like they are his own family. The one case that stood out the most was the torture and murder Junko Furuta of Japan who was 16 years old at the time of her death in 1988. Also, you will read about the Keddie Cabin murders in Northern California that is still a mystery to this day. I won't give away spoilers and allow the reader search out on their own when they purchase a copy. Please do so, you will be glad you did.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 3: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    What makes reading about such horrors so interesting? In my case, it's because I fail to understand how one could commit such acts without any remorse and perhaps also, it's because I feel such heartbreak for the families of the victims. Anyway, Mr. Rosewood has told the stories in a method that shows a compassion for those who's lives have been forever changed by the misdeeds of others thus honoring those who lived their latest moments in horror.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 7: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    I’m an aficionado of several genres which I love to read: Romance, which is the genre I write in; Children’s Books, so I can let my inner-child to have an opportunity to read the kind of books I read as a child; and Real Crime novels, which brings me back to college and the psychology courses I took, learning what drives individuals to act the method they do. And it is for the Real Crime novel reviews I write that Amazon had given me an Enthusiast Badge; reviewers/customers are awarded these badges based on the quality of the content they post on Amazon similar to a specific interest of readers, and I feel proud to have received this Rosewood has a no-nonsense, journalistic ability to write and deliver thorough studies of characters who had nothing better to do than commit the heinous crime of murder versus their unsuspecting victims. Unlike his full-length books devoted to a single individual; in this, his now seventh anthology, this author gives lovers of this genre another dozen individuals who although they never reached national or worldwide notoriety for their crimes and somehow coasted under the eyes of the national press, were none the less just as ting at the childhoods of each of the depraved individuals Mr. Rosewood had chosen to be contained in this anthology, the author wants his readers to see if there had been something in their childhood which brought them to commit the murders they did later in their lives. Along the method to the end of their reign of terror, he contains other happenings which might have negatively impacted these individual’s lives, feeding their desire to murder and maim more individuals.Once again for this author’s commitment to give his readers fascinating, page turning stories of real crimes, I’m the author and this anthology the 5 STARS it deserves.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 7: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    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 strange crimes most of which are discoveries for the reader – even the Jack Rosewood reader! In addition to his books on individual serial assassins he has published four collections. He calls these collections TRUE CRIME STORIES: TRUE CRIME ANTHOLOGY and in this Seventh volume he shares twelve very shocking and strange crimes that have eluded the widespread usual Jack opens with an introduction explaining the decision to put these gruesome stories before us: ‘In the pages of the following book, you will read about twelve crimes known for a combination of brutality and mystery. Nearly all of these crimes have been solved, but questions remain concerning the motives of the crimes. All of these cases carry with them a certain level of sadism that will cause the average person to wince. In this volume, three notable cases of assassins who tried to wage battle versus society are examined. The 1998 dragging death of James Byrd Jr. is explored, as well as the 1957 murder of Willie Edwards, Jr. Both were black men who were targeted due to their race. In the Edwards case, the assassins believed the murder would support maintain the status quo of segregation in the south, while the assassins in the Byrd murder hoped to begin an epic race war. The 1993 terrorist attack on the CIA headquarters is also profiled in this book, which, although not racially motivated, was another example of the murder of innocent people, with the intent to further a cause. The epidemic of youth violence in the United States is explored in three cases. etc’The heinous crimes included in this collection are The Tragic Murder Case of Jay Maynor, The Murder of James Byrd Junior, The 1993 CIA Headquarters Terrorist Attack, The Murder of Tara Lynn Grant, The Murder of Amber Lucius, Brian Britton’s Family Annihilation, The Westerhuis Family Annihilation, The Murder of Wayne Rodney Schneider, The Murder of Joes Amaya Guardado, The Murder of Lauri Waterman, and The Klan Hit on Willie me of these crimes we know, most we do not know. Jack explains in fine detail the facts leading up to the crime and the personalities of the perpetrators. This is yet another extremely fine anthology by Jack Rosewood. Grady Harp, July 17

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    True Crime Stories Volume 7: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    Kindle UnlimitedOpen the pages of this real crime anthology to learn about twelve more real crime stories that shocked communities and grabbed headlines around the world. You will learn about tragic cases of family annihilation and relationships gone horribly wrong. Among the most shocking of these cases is the murder of the Westerhuis family in South Dakota, who on the outside appeared to by an all-American family, but inside they harbored a felonious secret. A trio of politically motivated murder stories will also hold you intrigued and glued to the pages of this book. Two of the cases involve hate crimes committed in the United States, while the other was the first major act of Islamic terrorism in the U.S. The three cases were also examples of organized crime, much like the murder of Australian biker Wayne Rodney Schneider. You may be shocked when you learn that the criminal investigation of Schneider’s murder has uncovered suspects from two various continents and that the actual crime took put on a third continent. Unfortunately, a lot of of the cases profiled in this book involve innocent victims, such as nine-year-old Amber Lucius who was murdered by her own mother. Now that you have been warned, begin the pages of this book and learn about twelve more high-profile real crime murder cases. You may be distributed at times, but if you have fun learning about forensic science and criminal investigation procedures, then this is the book for you!**Barf bags and therapy not ue Crime Stories: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)True Crime Stories Volume 2: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)True Crime Stories Volume 3: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)True Crime Stories Volume 4: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)True Crime Stories Volume 5: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)True Crime Stories Volume 6: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)True Crime Stories Volume 7: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology)Check writer amazon page for comprehensive list of books

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    True Crime Stories Volume 7: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    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 murders. In fact, while reading yet another of Jack Rosewoods books, 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 people, but because I sincerely believe that most people are fascinated in one method or another by serial assassins and murders in general. 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 another individual can be.Even if you are a seasoned campaigner of real crime, Real Crime Stories Volume 7: 12 Shocking Real Crime Murder Cases will surely raise more than a few hairs on the back of your neck. It was a amazing 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 real 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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    True Crime Stories Volume 7: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    Jack Rosewood has become my pusher for Real Crime. In my ever lasting morbid curiosity to read about horrible crimes that have unfortunately taken put in this world, I am transfixed on how any person could become such a cold blooded assassin in the ways that these people whom are depicted in this anthology are. Rosewood clearly tries his best to be objective and to give us just a bird's eye view into these crimes.If your like me, with one hell of a morbid sense of curiosity into the globe of serial Killers, then do not hesitate to pick up the 7th volume in the Real Crime Stories anthology from Jack Rosewood.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 7: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    Another amazing anthology from Jack Rosewood. It includes 12 cases, of which I only knew about 1/2 of them, so this was amazing for me. He provides background info and then the crime itself. Of course it is well written and well researched. There is a dozens of cases from spousal murders, family murders, a couple of hate crimes and some politically motivated. The stories are all basically sad, but present the sadistic side of humanity. Everything is straight and to the point. None of the assassins are glorified, but rather, victims are the focus, which I like very much. It is a quick and amazing read. I highly recommend it!

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    True Crime Stories Volume 7: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    I have read all of this series and honestly I couldn't pick a favorite, I enjoyed every one. This one cited several various cases. Teenage assassins (very sad), women assassins and some organized crime thrown in for amazing measure. The teenage assassins are the most disturbing because the reasoning makes no sense. I like that Jack acknowledges the victims. Too a lot of times the perpetrators obtain more attention than their victims and that's a shame. Reading any of Jack's books will be interesting and enlightening.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 7: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    This kindle edition provided another well written series of real crime cases, most were even more horrific than the books before this one. Heart wrenching family murders were explained in detail that will create you cringe, especially the stories of kids who died by the hands of their mother or father. Jack Rosewood, like the rest of his books, knocked this one out of the ball park. I know when a fresh one is released I will not be disappointed once I turn the pages. Kudos, again, kind sir

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    True Crime Stories Volume 7: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    One man pleads guilty to a clear case of murder yet a groundswell of local help develops wanting him released (two wrongs don't create a right). Another man is convicted in a damning racially motivated death yet still permitted to marry his long-time girlfriend and mother of his kid after the fact. Another individual murders four yet the d.a. allows him to plead guilty to one count of murder and one count of attempted murder which begs the question, "Which 3 of 4 murder victims got the shaft?" Book does create one question what in the globe is going on at times, and did appreciate the refresher on Mir Qazi's terrorist attack on the CIA headquarters one month before that of the Globe Trade Center that I had clean forgotten about.

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    True Crime Stories Volume 7: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) review []  2020-1-22 20:15

    The compilation of Real Crime Stories: Volume 7 included 12 criminal acts of sadistic brutality. The author provided interesting back-story text, including thoughtful historical info that framed the violence of impulsive inhumanity. The collection of real crime murder cases was a amazing mix of crimes versus society, youthful violence and murderous revenge perpetrated versus family members. The narratives of retaliation and predatory behaviors, summarized with legacies were an enjoyable addition to the genre. Highly recommended.

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