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Would you consider yourself the same after reading true crime stories? The horrific and disturbing nature of these stories often makes you question everything you thought or believed about humanity. Yet they are engaging and fascinating at the same time. We all had evil thoughts throughout our lives. What is it that makes us different from those who actually act upon it Would you consider yourself the same after reading true crime stories? The horrific and disturbing nature of these stories often makes you question everything you thought or believed about humanity. Yet they are engaging and fascinating at the same time. We all had evil thoughts throughout our lives. What is it that makes us different from those who actually act upon it? Is it the act alone? These are questions that many ask themselves, and these stories will help dig into the elements and psychology behind some of the most terrifying killers in history. This collection includes four true crime books, volumes 1-4, and each is filled with a variety of murder cases, from spree killers to massacres to even cannibals. You will explore the background, the act, and the aftermath of their violent acts. Some pages will be painful to read, due to the detailed description of the violent acts and the emotions behind them. Get your copy now if you dare to revisit human nature and explore the tales of murderous minds.


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Would you consider yourself the same after reading true crime stories? The horrific and disturbing nature of these stories often makes you question everything you thought or believed about humanity. Yet they are engaging and fascinating at the same time. We all had evil thoughts throughout our lives. What is it that makes us different from those who actually act upon it Would you consider yourself the same after reading true crime stories? The horrific and disturbing nature of these stories often makes you question everything you thought or believed about humanity. Yet they are engaging and fascinating at the same time. We all had evil thoughts throughout our lives. What is it that makes us different from those who actually act upon it? Is it the act alone? These are questions that many ask themselves, and these stories will help dig into the elements and psychology behind some of the most terrifying killers in history. This collection includes four true crime books, volumes 1-4, and each is filled with a variety of murder cases, from spree killers to massacres to even cannibals. You will explore the background, the act, and the aftermath of their violent acts. Some pages will be painful to read, due to the detailed description of the violent acts and the emotions behind them. Get your copy now if you dare to revisit human nature and explore the tales of murderous minds.

30 review for True Crime Stories: 48 Terrifying True Crime Murder Cases (List of Twelve Collection Book 1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Grady

    ‘Spree killers are a sub-group of killers known as rampage killers - mass murders.’ Ryan Becker is growing strong in the literary scene, a handsome young man with a penchant for the gruesome. His list of books to date are SERIAL KILLER: 200 Gruesome yet Fascinating Facts about Serial Killers, Book 1– ROBERT BERDELLA: The True Story of a Man who Turned his Darkest Fantasies, Book 2 EDMUND KEMPER: The True Story of the Brutal Co-ed Butcher, JEFFREY DAHMER: The Gruesome True Story of a Hungry Cannib ‘Spree killers are a sub-group of killers known as rampage killers - mass murders.’ Ryan Becker is growing strong in the literary scene, a handsome young man with a penchant for the gruesome. His list of books to date are SERIAL KILLER: 200 Gruesome yet Fascinating Facts about Serial Killers, Book 1– ROBERT BERDELLA: The True Story of a Man who Turned his Darkest Fantasies, Book 2 EDMUND KEMPER: The True Story of the Brutal Co-ed Butcher, JEFFREY DAHMER: The Gruesome True Story of a Hungry Cannibalistic Rapist and Necrophiliac Serial Killer, TRUE CRIME STORIES VOLUME 1: 12 Terrifying True Crime Murder Cases, TRUE CRIME STORIES VOLUME 2: 12 Terrifying True Crime Murder Cases, TRUE CRIME STORIES VOLUME 3: 12 Terrifying True Crime Murder Cases, and TRUE CRIME STORIES VOLUME 4: 12 Terrifying True Crime Murder Cases, and now his four volumes of TRUE CRIME STORIES are available as a bundle. According to the biographical information, Ryan aims to write all the stories he has read and watched and letting himself be taken into the world of true mysteries and psychological murder crime stories. He also wants to share his experience of his younger days with the readers on how he immersed himself with the dark reality of the world. He loves to tell a true story that will make you solve a puzzle on your mind. Ideally, Ryan wants to leave a mark on the reader with his dark true crime stories. It is important to add that he succeeds! Ryan’s books tend to be more psychological dissections or autopsies of the minds of the murderers he reports. At book's inception he outlines the content - ‘Why is it that we are fascinated by stories and news coverage about murders? What is it about a killer’s morbid deeds that attracts our interest? Some murders have become a permanent fixture in our popular culture. Books, movies, and even music have used particular murders as their subject matter. Perhaps our fascination with murders arises as a vestige form our childhood. Perhaps we graduate from our childhood fascination with monsters to an adult fascination with murderers. Perhaps it is because murderers put into practice what we have felt at times but could never conceive doing. After all, how many of us, in our most emotional moments, have felt like killing someone?...’ And it is just this sort of immediacy with which Ryan shares the 48 murders in this collection – all the more terrifying because of his upfront and factual approach. Very succinctly Ryan introduces these forty-eight murder cases, leaving no details to the imagination. Grisly but fascinating to read the manner in which Ryan approaches his subject matter. He writes very well indeed and has found his niche in books that inform and make us shudder, avoiding ‘the things that go bump in the night.’ He is very rapidly becoming an authority on crime whose insight is exceptional.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Briana

    Interesting Read The subject matter was very interesting and made me want to read more about the people profiled in these books. However, the writing style and lack of attention to detail were very hard to look over. Facts were incorrect and with a quick google search you could determine this. In one chapter the author called the killer by the wrong name more than once and in another chapter the author called the killer's hometown "Sunnyside," "Sunnyvale," and another "sun" name. There were a lot Interesting Read The subject matter was very interesting and made me want to read more about the people profiled in these books. However, the writing style and lack of attention to detail were very hard to look over. Facts were incorrect and with a quick google search you could determine this. In one chapter the author called the killer by the wrong name more than once and in another chapter the author called the killer's hometown "Sunnyside," "Sunnyvale," and another "sun" name. There were a lot of grammatical mistakes that also made it hard to read at some points. With these things fixed, it would really be a great synopsis book for true crime lovers.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sherilyn Powell

    Sometimes you just want the facts, ma'am - just the facts. I appreciated the brevity, since I wasn't looking this time for forensic investigation and courtroom drama. But because these stories are short and there are so many of them, if you read this set through all in a few sittings you begin to feel there's no hope for a world that produces these people. What's scariest about mass murders and serial killings is that they can happen to anyone at anytime, and so often they could have been avoide Sometimes you just want the facts, ma'am - just the facts. I appreciated the brevity, since I wasn't looking this time for forensic investigation and courtroom drama. But because these stories are short and there are so many of them, if you read this set through all in a few sittings you begin to feel there's no hope for a world that produces these people. What's scariest about mass murders and serial killings is that they can happen to anyone at anytime, and so often they could have been avoided if only someone had paid enough attention. There's just got to be a way to identify these perpetrators ahead of time; stop them and help them before they ruin lives.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Evelyn Taylor

    Review. Although some of the stories were short. And some of them were in detail. I thoroughly enjoyed the book one as I always enjoy True crime stories although they were very gruesome and sad. There were a few small mistakes that I’ve noticed, but nothing serious. I will definitely be reading more of his books and trying to read all the true crimes seven books that I haven’t touched yet. I would recommend this to all the true crime book readers like myself. The five star rating speaks for itsel Review. Although some of the stories were short. And some of them were in detail. I thoroughly enjoyed the book one as I always enjoy True crime stories although they were very gruesome and sad. There were a few small mistakes that I’ve noticed, but nothing serious. I will definitely be reading more of his books and trying to read all the true crimes seven books that I haven’t touched yet. I would recommend this to all the true crime book readers like myself. The five star rating speaks for itself.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Janalyn Prude

    Maybe I’m not qualified to write a review about Ryan Becker’s books? When it comes to books by Ryan Becker I find myself not being able to get enough. From his well-known crimes to the not so well known. Ryan Becker is a powerhouse of research and information. Not to mention it making the victims become real people into perpetrators be known as the scum they are. I may not be qualified to review any of his books because he is after all my absolute favorite author of true crime. I do love me some Maybe I’m not qualified to write a review about Ryan Becker’s books? When it comes to books by Ryan Becker I find myself not being able to get enough. From his well-known crimes to the not so well known. Ryan Becker is a powerhouse of research and information. Not to mention it making the victims become real people into perpetrators be known as the scum they are. I may not be qualified to review any of his books because he is after all my absolute favorite author of true crime. I do love me some Ryan Becker!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Paula Corregan

    Fascinating book! This book contains details of murders committed by forty-eight people as well as the factors contributing to those individuals becoming killers. I did find several spelling and typographical errors, though. If certain potential readers have weak stomachs, I would advise not reading this book as it contains details of dismemberment and cannibalism. Generally speaking, I recommend this book to other true crime readers.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Millett

    Grisly true crime Ryan Becker continues to write exceptional true crime books. In this box set he covers 48 murderers from various ages, walks of life and both males as well females. Each case has good distinct details that describes the murders and the victims. I highly recommend this box set.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Hedden

    True Crime Stories: 48 Terrifying True Crime Murder Cases was a good read by Ryan Becker. This list examines horrific crimes and delves into the awful mindset of these murderers. This is a good read for any true crime fan. Ryan Becker has a great way of narrating a story that keeps you enthralled even if you already know the cases. I can't wait to read more by Ryan Becker. True Crime Stories: 48 Terrifying True Crime Murder Cases was a good read by Ryan Becker. This list examines horrific crimes and delves into the awful mindset of these murderers. This is a good read for any true crime fan. Ryan Becker has a great way of narrating a story that keeps you enthralled even if you already know the cases. I can't wait to read more by Ryan Becker.

  9. 4 out of 5

    timj26

    Four book bundle where each chapter is the summery of a crime A great mix of well known cases and ones I’ve never heard of Very interesting and well narrated highly recommended I received a free review audiobook and voluntarily left this review

  10. 4 out of 5

    Susan Margaret Leedy

    As always very well written, Ryan writes with an elegance and truth that while terrifying us with the crimes committed, enthrals us with a 'how did we ever miss these stories?' Further, it also makes us aware of all that we didn't know! As always very well written, Ryan writes with an elegance and truth that while terrifying us with the crimes committed, enthrals us with a 'how did we ever miss these stories?' Further, it also makes us aware of all that we didn't know!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    This needs editing for continuity. I found several errors in dates that should be rechecked. Otherwise it was interesting as I remember some of the cases being in the news. These stories give a new and different perspective.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Carly

    I really wanted to like this book, but it is in desperate need of a good editor. The extent of the typos and grammar issues made me start to question the research.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Subjuntivo Subjuntivo

    It's nothing more than news articles compiled, I'd say. Bored by # 4. It's nothing more than news articles compiled, I'd say. Bored by # 4.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kris Gordon Oliphant

    Terrifying indeed! Interesting read, still have a hard time wrapping my around how people could even act like this. Crazy world we live in.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Joan Baker

    Can't get enough. Love reading these stories. Always looking for more. Can't get enough. Love reading these stories. Always looking for more.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Troy Buffington

    This collection covers lesser known criminals,and brings to light certain mental illness’s that are too often ignored.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Toni Marie

    I am a huge fan and follower of Ryan Becker’s! And this series of books has me super excited and will have me busy reading for days!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Farmer

    Excellent Very interesting book and a great asset for the true crime reader's library. I highly recommend, you will not be disappointed. Excellent Very interesting book and a great asset for the true crime reader's library. I highly recommend, you will not be disappointed.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ruth martinez

    Must read If you truly love reading about true crimes this is the book for you interesting from beginning to end again a must read

  20. 5 out of 5

    Elaine Stewart

  21. 5 out of 5

    Brandy Powers

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jenna

  23. 4 out of 5

    Joella Tatman

  24. 5 out of 5

    Allison

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Odland

  26. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Kelly

  28. 4 out of 5

    Megan Sutton

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mrs K A Elsworthy

  30. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

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