Never See Them Again by M. William Phelps
Genre: True Crime
A national bestselling author delivers a heart-pounding narrative, taking readers inside one family's struggle to cope with loss, while at the same time searching for a team of killers.
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Read for Fun (Library)
Overall Rating: 3.50
Story Rating: 3.50
Read Rating: 3.50
First Thought when Finished: Never See Them Again is a book I picked up after watching The Forensic Files on the case. I wanted to know more.
Quick Thoughts:Overall this was a good delve into the murders: a little more detail into the motive and the investigation surrounding the case. A lot more information than was in the show that I watche so I got more background on both the victims, perps, families, and cops. I thought it spent a little too much time in the beginning focusing on the lifestyles of the victims –especially knowing who the perps were but that was a decision the author made. True Crime is not always a compelling read but this one wasn’t bad. It did flow well and gave the fill-in information I was looking for.
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