Serial Killers Case Files

  • by RJ Parker
  • Narrated by Don Kline
  • 5 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In this riveting audiobook, an award-winning Canadian author delves into the gritty, gruesome details of the most notorious serial killers to strike the United States, Canada and the UK, including the unidentified killers who may still be on the loose.
Close to home, Parker compiles a thorough case file on husband and wife serial killers Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka. In an amazing twist, hybristophilia Homolka pulls the wool over the Canadian Government, giving the crown yet another black eye.
The horror genre is tremendously indebted to serial killers. Something about their twisted psychology and abhorrent acts have turned folks like John Wayne Gacy, Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, David Berkowitz, and Andrei Chikatilo, to name a few, into household names and media figures.
In Serial Killer Case Files, true crime author RJ Parker offers several cases that deal with the names above and also shine a light on killers that are not as present in popular culture but whose bloody actions are worse than any horror movie out there.


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If this book wasn’t for you, who do you think might enjoy it more?

Somebody that knows nothing about the criminals mentioned in the book.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Serial Killers Case Files?

The moments that stick out to me are the glaring factual errors in the authors' "copy and paste" stories.

What aspect of Don Kline’s performance might you have changed?

I have another book narrated by this guy. I don't find this voice annoying, his problem is sometimes he reads too quickly and stumbles over words. As usual with this author, the mistakes are not edited out, which for good money we pay for them is simply disgraceful.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Anger at the factual errors and the authors "copy and paste" stories. By copy and paste stories, I mean the author includes a load of stoires (cases) that are just lifted (copied) out of his previous books and put into this book to help fill it (pasted). They are not rewritten, and even the factual errors are all exactly the same. Very disappointing, and again he's taken my money.

Any additional comments?

If you have never heard of any of these criminals in this book, or this author, sure it's worth a listen. Otherwise AVOID.

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- JT

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-02-2014
  • Publisher: RJ Parker Publishing Inc.