Bizarre! Shocking! Horrific! Depraved!
18 Shocking True Cases From Around The World:
Kill or be Killed: The victim had been stabbed 193 times and the killer’s identity was not in doubt. She was, however, claiming self-defense.
Blood Money: It was a seemingly uncrackable case, with no trace evidence and a solid alibi for the prime suspect. Dogged police work would unlock the puzzle.
Unfriended: A social media spat turns ugly and escalates into threats and accusations. Soon it will spill over into the real world. With deadly consequences.
Trust No One: When Toni met Harold through a Christian dating site she thought she had found her ideal man. But when something seems too good to be true, it usually is.
Grosse Pointe Bob: Why give up half your fortune in a divorce when $20,000 to a mentally challenged hitman frees you of all marital obligations?
Motive and Opportunity: When a custody battle turns bitter, an estranged husband recruits his mother and father to help him carry out a truly horrendous crime.
Million Dollar Murder: A billionaire Swiss banker with plenty of enemies is found shot to death, wearing a latex S & M outfit. Who killed him and why?
Bad Intentions: A young woman vanishes from a suburban street in broad daylight. What happened to her is the stuff of nightmares.
Plus 10 more riveting true crime cases.
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By my count, this is Keller’s 90th True-Crime Book. Amongst these ninety books are a dozen or more series based on different crime-laden topics. My favorite of these series is this one, Murder Most ...
Engrossing case studiesThe material in this volume covers true crime cases quite varied as to time and place. Most of it was unfamiliar to me, therefore most interesting. One of the cases remains unso...
Number 26! I'm proud to say I've read every book in Keller's "Murder Most Vile" series. I enjoy reading anthologies between full length books and his books are superb. They cover murders from around t...
Another great bookAnother great book by Robert Keller. True crime stories told so well. Looking forward to reading the next one soon....