True Crime Case Histories, Volume 2: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories

True Crime Case Histories, Volume 2: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories

12 True Crime Stories of Murder & Mayhem Second Book of the True Crime Case Histories Series (2019) As with volume one, a quick word of warning. The stories you are about to read are brutally gruesome. They represent humanity at its worst. TV crime shows and stories in the news tend to gloss over the truly horrible parts, but the True Crime Case Histories series leaves out none of the details.

A sampling of the stories include:

The Girl in the Barrel - A homeowner finds a fifty-five gallon barrel in the crawl space beneath his home. What they find inside the barrel unlocks a murder mystery dating back thirty years.

The Dexter Wannabe - A young man obsessed with the TV show Dexter lures unsuspecting victims to his "kill room" and keeps a detailed diary of the dismemberment of his prey.

The Murder of Elizabeth Olten - A fifteen-year-old girl wants to know what it feels like to kill a person.

Interpol's Most Wanted - When fishermen pull up the dead body of a man in the English Channel, police stumble upon one of Interpol's Most Wanted criminals.

The Girl in the Box - An unbelievable story of a psychopath who kidnaps a young girl and keeps her as a slave locked beneath his bed for seven years.

The Green Chain Rapist - A beautiful young mother is butchered in broad daylight in a London park and the only witness is her two-year-old son. Police then waste three years chasing the wrong man while the real killer slaughters another woman.

Paige’s Secret Life - A young single-mother of three goes missing and police realize she's been living a secret life that her friends and family didn't know about.

A Walking Shadow - A suicidal teenager, frustrated with the bank threatening to foreclose on the family home, kidnaps the bank manager's ten-year-old son and holds him for ransom.

Plus three more disturbing true crime stories.


The stories included in this collection are dark and creepy and will leave you with a new understanding of just how fragile the human mind can be.

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True Crime Case Histories Volume 3 is coming December 2019 featuring 12 more short stories of; True Crime, Murder & Mayhem, Serial Killer Biographies, and True Murder Case Files.

Stories include: Mark Twitchell, Howard Elkins, Rick Valentini, Cameron Hooker, Alyssa Bustamante, Jamie Reynolds, Albert Johnson Walker, Lester Jones, Robert Napper, Mike Adams, Harvey Glatman, and Myles Fukunaga. Also included is the full text of Mark Twitchell's "SK Confessions" diary.

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    True Crime Case Histories, Volume 2: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories Reviews

  • Bettye McKee

    More real true crimeAlthough I have read about several of these cases, I enjoyed this book. The outstanding feature of this volume is the SK Confessions, a document written by serial killer Mark Twitc...

  • Erin Young

    Interesting cases, but not very well written. ...

  • Lillian Ochoa

    Love itThis is truly a great book to read I highly recommend it to everyone very well written and interesting. Can't wait to read more of your books....

  • mary

    Read if you are interested in shocking things that happen in the world. People are just mean....

  • Jade Minion

    Couldn't put it down!I love the way that as you read each chapter it's almost forgotten that it is true life and each story is so well wrote it's not such a brutal attack on the mind knowing the poor ...

  • Sheryl L. Quick

    This was a very good read! Written well. Details that are normally skipped over. The writer obviously has a need to understand these stories as much as the reader. He is objective in the way he collec...

  • Stephen F. Johnson

    This is a nice collection of true crime stories. The stories are a little shorter than I like, but still have the essential facts and outcome. I may read more of these volumes. ...

  • D.

    Great ReadI really enjoyed this book. It is very well written and quite interesting. I couldn't put it down until I finished the entire book....

  • Jerry Jares

    In different places (the US, England, and  Canada) and at different times, murderers stalk the innocent to complete their macabre plans.  I probably couldn't have read these except that the reader i...

  • Libby

    Interesting CasesThe cases in this book were disturbing as the title says. They are well written and they don't get overly gory in the details of the crimes for those of you who are sensitive to that....