Review: Body Count by Burl Barer #bookreview #bookblog

Blurb He Seemed So Normal . . . By day, Robert Lee Yates, Jr., was a respected father of five, a skilled helicopter pilot who served in Desert Storm and the National Guard, and a man no one suspected of a deadly hidden life. By night he prowled the streets where prostitutes gathered, gaining theirContinue reading “Review: Body Count by Burl Barer #bookreview #bookblog”

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Review: Love Always, Mum xxoo by Mae West and Neil McKay #bookreview #bookblog @SevenDialBooks

Blurb The true story of an abused childhood, of shocking brutality and life as the daughter of notorious serial killer, and master manipulator, Rose West. You’re 21-years-old. Police arrive on the doorstep of your house, 25 Cromwell Street, with a warrant to search the garden for the remains of your older sister you didn’t knowContinue reading “Review: Love Always, Mum xxoo by Mae West and Neil McKay #bookreview #bookblog @SevenDialBooks”

Review: A Serial Killer’s Daughter by Kerrie Rawson #bookblog #bookreview @kerrierawson

Blurb In 2005, Kerri Rawson heard a knock on the door of her apartment. When she opened it, an FBI agent informed her that her father had been arrested for murdering ten people, including two children. It was then that she learned her father was the notorious serial killer known as BTK, a name he’dContinue reading “Review: A Serial Killer’s Daughter by Kerrie Rawson #bookblog #bookreview @kerrierawson”

1st Review of 2019 – The Innocent Man by John Grisham #theinnocentman #johngrisham #bookblogger #truecrime #booknerd

So, if you have Netflix then you know about the new docoseries – The Innocent Man which is actually based on the book of the same title by the one and only John Grisham.  Now I’ve actually never read anything of Mr Grisham’s although I know that he’s a big seller, and that a numberContinue reading “1st Review of 2019 – The Innocent Man by John Grisham #theinnocentman #johngrisham #bookblogger #truecrime #booknerd”

Review: Butcher, Baker – By Walter Gilmore & Leland E Hale

Blurb (via Goodreads)- The true account of Alaska’s serial killer, Robert Hansen, the asker who hunted the streets of Anchorage and Seward in the 70’s and 80’s, butchering up to 20 young women. This book details the extraordinary work and dedication of a handful of Alaska State Troopers who brought him to justice. True crimeContinue reading “Review: Butcher, Baker – By Walter Gilmore & Leland E Hale”

Currently Reading and What’s Up Next!

I’m in the middle of my mid-semester break, both enjoying it and looking forward to getting back to studying!! I’m a little sick like that, I enjoy the first week and then I’m climbing the walls missing it from the second week onwards, LOL. I am enjoying some great books at the moment. Last week,Continue reading “Currently Reading and What’s Up Next!”

Review: Are You There Alone? By Suzanne O’Malley

This was listened to via Audible.  Blurb via Goodreads On a June morning in a Houston suburb, a 911 dispatcher questioned the caller on the other end of the line: “ARE YOU HAVING A DISTURBANCE?” “ARE YOU ILL?” “ARE YOU AT 942 BEACHCOMBER?” “ARE YOU THERE ALONE?” It took a jury less than four hoursContinue reading “Review: Are You There Alone? By Suzanne O’Malley”

Review: Karla; A Pact With the Devil By Stephen Williams

Paul Bernardo and Karla Holmolka were husband and wife Canadians who were responsible for the rapes and murder of at least three young women, and Bernardo also responsible for at least 19 other rapes.  More infamously, the couple are responsible for the rape and murder of Homolka’s 16 year old sister, Tammy. The book Karla,Continue reading “Review: Karla; A Pact With the Devil By Stephen Williams”

Review: The Sunset Murders by Louise Farr

I have a passion for true crime and enjoy reading stories on violent and sexual murderers. I actually haven’t read all that much on Douglas Clark and Carol Bundy however, so I was thrilled to get this book. Blurb: The unlikeliest of couples they met at the Little Nashville Club in North Hollywood, California. DougContinue reading “Review: The Sunset Murders by Louise Farr”

REVIEW: Ted and Ann — By Rebecca Morris

So earlier this year I took the brave plunge and tried Audible.com. I say brave because, firstly I was resistant to trying ebooks (which I have now grown to be very fond of) and I was resistant to trying this method of book deliverance. However, if you’ve read my review on the first ebook IContinue reading “REVIEW: Ted and Ann — By Rebecca Morris”