True Crime Stories Volume 5: 12 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases (True Crime Anthology) by Jack Rosewood


Title: True Crime Stories Vol. 5
Author: Jack Rosewood
Published: Dec. 31, 2016
Pages: 142
Genre: True Crime
Review: ebook provided by author
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Open the pages of this true crime anthology and learn about twelve of the most shocking true crime cases in modern history. You will be glued to the pages as you read about high profile true crime murder cases, such as the murder of Laci Peterson, and the murder trial of actor Robert Blake, while learning about some lesser known yet equally notorious murder trials. You will follow criminal investigations into cold murder cases that were once thought to be unsolvable, but through a combination of scientific advances, good police work, and some luck, homicide detectives were able to give the victims’ families closure.

Although most of the cases profiled in this book are clearly true crime stories, one case, the story of the famous doctor Jack Kevorkian, concerns changing legal interpretations of what constitutes murder in the United States of America. Other cases profiled involve privileged individuals who had plenty of money, but resorted to murder out of greed and selfishness. You will also read about one privileged woman, actress Dominque Dunne, who had her whole life in front of her, only to have it ended by a jealous lover who could not handle her success and privilege.

Open the cover of this book, if you dare, and learn about some of the most intriguing high profile crimes and true murder to happen in the last 100 years. You may want to share this book with a friend, though, because as intriguing as the following cases are, they are also shocking and disturbing.

I received this book to give an honest review.

I enjoy reading or watching shows about true crime. For some reason reading or watching about serial killers fascinate me I wonder why do they do what they do? How can you harm another person and not really have remorse on what you have done? 
In this book we are given some true crime stories that I have never heard of except two of them.  The Scott Peterson case and the Doctor of Death,  I have actually heard of him which is weird because the author mentions in the book that prior to certain years people have never heard of him. 
What I love is that the different police offices have done is open the cold case files. With all the technology that we have in this day and age I bet we could end up solving over half of those cases that have never been solved.
We get told not in grisly detail the murders that take place the criminals who commit them. They all end up in jail or dying for the crimes and it just goes to show that your criminal ways will eventually catch up to you. It is just a matter of when and how! The author does a great job with bringing to light on these crimes in the book and what could have driven the criminals behind the murders to do what they have done. Another thing I really enjoy about this book is the chapters were not long, the author did a great job with bringing to you the facts of what happened and possibly why it happened and left you satisfied and not second guessing things that could have happened. 

I live in one of the most beautiful places in Florida, Jupiter, with my wife, two kids and our golden retriever, Vincent. I've been a full time author for the last 15 years and I wouldn't trade it against anything in the world!
My father was a journalist and wrote about some of the worst crimes you could ever imagine, and that's where my big interest from serial killers and other horrible crimes comes from. Just to hear my father talk about the evil acts of Ted Bundy as we were out fishing as a kid are some of my best memories.


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