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    A dramatic and compelling true-crime psychological thriller 

    This incredible story shows how John Douglas tracked and participated in the hunt for one of the most notorious serial killers in US history. For 31 years a man who called himself BTK (Bind, Torture, Kill) terrorized the city of Wichita, Kansas, sexually assaulting and strangling a series of women, taunting the police with frequent communications, and bragging about his crimes to local newspapers and TV stations. After disappearing for nine years, he suddenly reappeared, complaining that no one was paying enough attention to him and claiming that he had committed other crimes for which he had not been given credit. When he was ultimately captured, BTK was shockingly revealed to be Dennis Rader, a 61-year-old married man with two children.

    ©2008 John Douglas and Johnny Dodd (P)2009 Tantor Media

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    • Rachel Lindahl
    • 21/10/2020

    Have re-read by Jonathan Groff

    I was really interested to hear this and thought the story would surpass the narration. But I couldn’t finish it. This narrator can’t pronounce basic words.
    Edit: Having tried again, the narrator isn't that bad. he has an accent, but I am actually enjoying the book now.

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    • SNAFU666
    • 19/08/2020

    WORST NARRATION EVER!

    As usual the content and story of a John Douglas book is without compare when it comes to the true crime genre, but the narrating of this book is like having a kindergartener do it. Constant mispronounced words etc. Who narrates a book from a former FBI agent and can't pronounce Quantico? or Et cetera? Are you serious? those are just two of the many examples of the constant errors in the narrating. Not to mention it sounds like he narrated in in his bathroom. I recommend reading this book, but def not listening to it.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 13/09/2020

    Horrible Narration

    The content is great. I have it in paperback...should have just read it myself again. The man that narrates this box can't pronounce words correctly. Very irritating.

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    • Love2Listen
    • 08/09/2020

    the narrator...

    ruined for me. i hate yo critizes people's hard work, but he really wasn't meant for this.

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    • Mars
    • 17/10/2020

    I want my credit back.

    John Douglas doesn’t deserve this. This was the worst narration I’ve ever heard. I actually think Jason Klav recorded this himself in a basement somewhere without proper equipment.

    I’m looking into getting my credit back.

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    • Jack Christensen
    • 29/09/2020

    narration

    didn't get very far, the narrator's voice is just not very good and unenjoyable to listen to.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 13/02/2021

    Interesting but poorly written and badly read

    Not much more than a detailed description of the crime scenes, a cursory glance through the killer’s journal, and one very short interview where the author mostly sneers at the killer (which is ok with me if he wants to do it, but not a great way to build rapport or get information). Not very much actual insight into what was going on in BTK’s mind or why this all happened - and no real attempt to find out. Bit of a shame, given the killer is alive and could be interviewed. Ok for what it is, and worth a listen as long as you can put up with the author’s ego, tendency to jump around, endless repetition and the reader’s annoying tendency to mispronounce words.

    A better researched, more thoughtful and overall much better attempt at understanding a serial killer’s mind can be found in “Ted Bundy - The Only Living Witness” by Michaud and Aynesworth. Here the authors not only explore the circumstances and the trial(s), but interview witnesses, family members, medical experts, (etc.). More importantly, they spend considerable time with the killer questioning, listening to his words and drawing well-supported inferences from his (sometimes roundabout) testimony. The authors see Ted for the monster he is, but still take the time to ask why.

    Oh, and the Ted Bundy one is available with a well-read audiobook.

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    • Iread
    • 09/11/2020

    The Narrator is terrible!!!

    The content of this book was interesting, especially if one followed this case, and enjoy true crime, FBI profiling & other John Douglas books. There were several items I learned while listening, that I hadn’t known about the murders, the case, and the killer. It is chilling and graphic, but insightful as to the inner workings of a disgusting sociopath.

    The narrator HAS to be the worst I’ve EVER heard on audible. He mispronounced SO many words!!! It was almost laughable to hear someone describe BTK’s poor grammar and spelling, when the narrator himself read like a second grader!! Mr. Douglas MUST be cringing, and deserved far better. The narrator couldn’t even pronounce Quantico! What an embarrassment!!! Jason Klav needs to be a silent reader from here on out!! PLEASE!!

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    • Jeffery
    • 13/11/2020

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    A great dive into the sick and perverted mind of BTK. I couldn't stop listening

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    • Helena
    • 22/10/2020

    great book

    my only problem was the way some words were pronounced other than that great book

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