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  • Absolutely chilling...

    Love makes fools out of us all. That is the final sentence of this book and it is fitting because this story is told from the perspective of a man hopelessly enamored with a serial killer. For that love he is willing to ignore his own conscience and his own perceptions of right and wrong. For that love he pays a heavy price, but was it heavy enough? Ryan Green tackles this psychologically complex case with the astute insight for which he is known and offers his readers/listeners yet another chilling but irrefutably absorbing glimpse into the minds of the infamous Australian serial killer team of Christopher Worrell and his infatuated accomplice, James Miller. The exhaustive research, the solid writing, and the psychological analysis combine seamlessly to produce a mesmerizing tale told in the unique style of this author which sets this and all his other books apart in the true crime genre. I could not pull myself away from this story until I had finished the very last sentence. I chose to read along as I listened to the audio version, which was expertly narrated by Steve White who, in my opinion, has a proven track record for excellent delivery of stories such as these. The crimes are heinous but this detailed narrative of the events is provocative and compelling. Definitely worth your time. While I did purchase a copy of this book, I was given an audio copy by the author and I am offering my honest and unbiased review.

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  • The Truro Murders

    Chris Worrell was evil and as far asI am concerned his buddy James was just as evil. He said he was innocent...yeah right buddy , we're just dumb

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  • Horrifying page turner.

    I've never heard of this case. It's sad, especially when you see each victim's name is a chapter title. The author captured each moment well. It felt like I was reading a novel, not non-fiction. I want more from the author.

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