Murder Next Door: How Police Tracked Down Eighteen Brutal Killers

Murder Next Door: How Police Tracked Down Eighteen Brutal Killers By Edward Baumann JohnO'Brien, Murder Next Door How Police Tracked Down Eighteen Brutal Killers Two Chicago crime reporters have documented cases of murderers ordinary looking people hiding extraordinary crimes Baumann and O Brien retrace the exhausting and painstaking detective work required
  • Title: Murder Next Door: How Police Tracked Down Eighteen Brutal Killers
  • Author: Edward Baumann JohnO'Brien
  • ISBN: 9781557739162
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Paperback
  • Murder Next Door: How Police Tracked Down Eighteen Brutal Killers By Edward Baumann JohnO'Brien, Two Chicago crime reporters have documented cases of 18 murderers ordinary looking people hiding extraordinary crimes Baumann and O Brien retrace the exhausting and painstaking detective work required to track down and nail the suspects.
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    855 thoughts on “Murder Next Door: How Police Tracked Down Eighteen Brutal Killers”

    1. The book was a good, interesting read Every story was fun and interesting Based on two Chicago crime fighters, they go through 18 different murders, adding some jokes and an interesting sense of humor The stories where in depth than the typical, who did it scenario This book is definitely for the young adult readers Based around the interests of a teenager young adult Could have been detailed, but overall good.


    2. An interesting collection of stories I am a true crime buff and sometimes I get frustrated because the basic cable true crime shows and collections of stories on forensics or detection of crime seem to feature the same infamous cases repeatedly I was pleased that this book only contained 2 stories I was already familiar with Bambi Bembeneck ans Belle Gunness.


    3. A really fine read, with a wild variety of true crime stories committed by the good, the bad and the ugly They give a taste of all the different kinds of good police work that need to go into good crime busting.


    4. Published in 1991, two Chicago crime reporters detail 18 murders, mostly in the Midwest The stories are presented in a factual style, but with a bit of morbid humor It s similar to watching any of the reality crime shows on TV.


    5. Concise accounts of 18 killers, not extremely well known and a wide variety of types for lack of a better word.


    6. This is a basic level book I found it dated, and a lot of the key information was glossed over or missing.


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