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Unsolved Serial Killings ❰PDF❯ ✈ Unsolved Serial Killings Author R.J. Parker – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Unsolved Serial Killings is a compilation of over twenty criminal dossiers on serial killers that were never caught, including The Zodiac Serial KillerThe Frankford SlasherThe Original Night StalkerRa Unsolved Serial Killings is a compilation of over twenty criminal dossiers on serial killers that were never caught, including The Zodiac Serial KillerThe Frankford SlasherThe original Night StalkerRapid City Serial KillerThe Babysitter Serial KillerHighway of Tears Serial KillerIITexas Serial Killerand many.


10 thoughts on “Unsolved Serial Killings

  1. Sara Sara says:

    First off, I am a fan of RJ Parker s true crime writings I don t even bother to read the book descriptions before buying I ve read several other Parker ebooks and loved them, so I bought this one without thinking twice Unfortunately, I was disappointed for several reasons 1 The book starts out as serial killers for beginners The unsolved killings don t actually start until Chapter 8 Given the title, I felt that the extra information took up too many pages, given the short length of the First off, I am a fan of RJ Parker s true crime writings I don t even bother to read the book descriptions before buying I ve read several other Parker ebooks and loved them, so I bought this one without thinking twice Unfortunately, I was disappointed for several reasons 1 The book starts out as serial killers for beginners The unsolved killings don t actually start until Chapter 8 Given the title, I felt that the extra information took up too many pages, given the short length of the book.2 A lot of the information is very repetitive throughout the first seven chapters, and most of the unsolved killer chapters end with the same comments, such as Did the killer die Go to jail for another crime We may never know 3 The amount of grammatical errors, many of which I believe would be picked up in most spell checkers There was even a sentence with a word missing, when it was describing the location of a small town just of I 10 or something along those lines North East Who knows.Unfortunately, the sad truth of unsolved crimes is that usually very little information is available This is not due to lack of the author s research and I don t feel that it is fair to give poor reviews based on this alone There are even some comments from the author about how little information was available on certain cases.I would gladly give the book four or five stars if an update is issued to amend the repetition and grammatical errors If you did enjoy this book, I highly recommend Social Media Monsters True Stories of Internet Killers or Parents Who Killed Their Children True Stories of Filicide


  2. Newbee (JoAnn) Brown Newbee (JoAnn) Brown says:

    I found this book very informative, tho some of this info I knew, there was a lot I didn t realize I had heard of some of these people, but there were many that I hadn t heard of I have a fettish for reading about true and fictional killers I have personally reseached several killers and this has given meto ck out Very well written Enjoyed


  3. Beth Beth says:

    I need to stop reading these short books.The stories were interesting being well known cases and all enough, but the way the author writes was really damaging to my perception of the book.


  4. Trevor Trevor says:

    Truly awful.The e book doesn t actually start until about chapter 8, it s full of spelling mistakes every single word with a double L only has one , random words just littered in sentences.It doesn t really go into any detail about the murders at all In fact, it s so brief it feels like it was written by a child who had a deadline before going out to play.It took me a whopping hour to read the entire thing.Avoid at all costs, it s utter tripe.


  5. Chin Bargamento Chin Bargamento says:

    THIS IS THE BEST.


  6. Valerie Mcqueen Valerie Mcqueen says:

    I have to say that I am new to the world of true crime literature I have long had a romance with reality homicide shows, so I tried this book just to see how I would react The author delivers an informative look at the history of serial killers From the early days of The 1800s to present I cannot believe that the serial killer is that prevalent This is an indepth study that is set up as a case study style piece of literature that is great for an introduction into the world of crime literatur I have to say that I am new to the world of true crime literature I have long had a romance with reality homicide shows, so I tried this book just to see how I would react The author delivers an informative look at the history of serial killers From the early days of The 1800s to present I cannot believe that the serial killer is that prevalent This is an indepth study that is set up as a case study style piece of literature that is great for an introduction into the world of crime literature The editing is superb as well which makes for smooth and easy reading


  7. Amanda Amanda says:

    Considering that this is about UNSOLVED serial killings, I was disappointed that the first 40% of the kindle ebook is just random facts profiling is not almost always accurate and or helpful to police and tidbits based on captured killers.Then, when we finally get to the unsolved cases, the information is awfully light and undetailed In fact for two of the cases the police have ruled that there was no serial killer involved in the killings at all they were random murders with no connecti Considering that this is about UNSOLVED serial killings, I was disappointed that the first 40% of the kindle ebook is just random facts profiling is not almost always accurate and or helpful to police and tidbits based on captured killers.Then, when we finally get to the unsolved cases, the information is awfully light and undetailed In fact for two of the cases the police have ruled that there was no serial killer involved in the killings at all they were random murders with no connections


  8. Leigh Anne Leigh Anne says:

    Each case is covered very briefly, and I was disappointed that they weren t coveredin depth OK for strictly informational purposes, it s a bit cut and dried kind of like reading a short newspaper article on each crime Unfortunately, there isn t any back story or details of the people involved in either the investigation or the crimes themselves which is something that I find interesting Not a bad read, but if you re looking for something to really sink your teeth into, this isn t it Each case is covered very briefly, and I was disappointed that they weren t coveredin depth OK for strictly informational purposes, it s a bit cut and dried kind of like reading a short newspaper article on each crime Unfortunately, there isn t any back story or details of the people involved in either the investigation or the crimes themselves which is something that I find interesting Not a bad read, but if you re looking for something to really sink your teeth into, this isn t it


  9. Valerie Valerie says:

    This was a free Kindle book, but not only was it much too short, it was put together like someone had been in a huge hurry to make it available The title did not fit the content at all most of the cases cited in the book were actually solved, although they tended to be some of theobscure, gory American cases in the country s history I am glad the book was free, because I would never have paid for something that was put together this poorly


  10. Paige Paige says:

    Short read and some interesting facts but overall written at a grammar school level Seemed as if written for a book report in school Maybe the book is written for children If you are looking for a brief introduction to serial killers then give it a read Props to the author for giving his books to service men for free.


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