Killer Kids Volume 5: 22 Shocking True Crime Cases of Kids Who Kill

Killer Kids Volume 5: 22 Shocking True Crime Cases of Kids Who Kill

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22 Shocking True Crime Cases of Kids Who Kill, including;

Jason Gamache: A game of hide-and-seek turns deadly when a little girl turns up beaten to death. But who killed her? Could it be her hulking 15-year-old neighbor?

Daphne Abdela & Christopher Vasquez: A bored little rich girl and her lackey boyfriend are on the prowl in Central Park, looking for someone to kill.

Sean Pica: What if a close friend asked you to murder her father? What if she claimed that he’d been sexually abusing her for years?

Rafael Solich: He was the weird kid in class, the one who dressed all in black and claimed to be a Satanist. Everyone gave him a wide berth. They were wise to.

Anthony Santo: There’s a serial killer loose on the streets of New York – and he’s just 14 years old.

Brandon McInerney: Pushed to the edge by the constant, unwanted sexual advances of a male classmate, a teenager decides to arm himself. Tragedy ensues.

Rickie & Danny Preddie: Barely into their teens, the Preddie brothers were already hardened criminals. They also committed one of Britain’s most high-profile murders.

Jennifer Tombs: Problem child Jennifer was an embarrassment of her mom, the local pastor. Embarrassment does not even begin to cover what she did next.

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Plus 14 more horrific true murder cases. Scroll up to grab a copy of Killer Kids Vol. 5.


Book Series by Robert Keller

Most of my works cover serial killers, while the “Murder Most Vile” series covers individual true crime stories. These are the main collections;

American Monsters 50 American Serial Killers You’ve Probably Never Heard Of Murder Most Vile Human Monsters British Monsters Australian Monsters Canadian Monsters German Monsters Cannibal Killers Plus various other standalone books, including the The Deadly Dozen, which is available as a free download on Amazon, and Serial Killers Unsolved, which you can get for free when signing up to my mailing list.

Robert Keller’s True Crime eBook Categories:

Serial Killers True Crime Serial Killer Biographies Murder and Mayhem True Murder Cases Serial Killer Case Files True Crime Short Stories

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    Killer Kids Volume 5: 22 Shocking True Crime Cases of Kids Who Kill Reviews

  • L J Field

    Frightening psychotic kidsIt would seem, with 88 previous cases in the first four volumes in this series, Keller would be running out of such cases. But here he presents 22 more stories of psychotic k...

  • Bettye McKee

    More kids who killThe 22 cases of killer kids are indeed shocking if only because the killers are children. Murders of parents and family members, school shootings, school bullies who drive their vict...

  • Deirdre

    Bad SeedsWhy do some children and teens within a family turn out fine, well maybe with some manageable issues, but they don't resort to psychopathic behavior like their bad seed sibling. They endured ...

  • Elisabeth Brookshire

    I love Keller's booksRobert Keller is a prolific true crime author who has many different series concerning all types of people and eras. I didn't know any of the stories told in this book. His books ...

  • Renika Jacobs

    Like reading the newspaper.His books all read like newspaper articles. He doesn't delve too deep into each case. He just gives you the particulars of each case without much meat. I usually just Google...

  • Beth Shuler

    I want more, more, moreAs always Mr. Keller has done an amazing job telling these unfortunate and terribly sad stories. I love how he is able to get the stories across and still able to not put his ow...

  • Vicki Godridge

    Brilliant...

  • monalisa anthony

    Great ReadAs always I'm impressed with the details and information on these kids who kill. It goes to show you can't just blame bad parenting since that's not always the case. ...

  • angela morrison

    GoodGood for quick read, just enough background information to keep you interested always enjoy Roberts books he never fails to deliver ...

  • Michael

    Brilliant Read a tonne of these books. This one I appreciated the slightly shorter chapters and devoured the book in no time. A great read for the true crime book fan...