When a Killer Calls: A Haunting Story of Murder, Criminal Profiling, and Justice in a Small Town Free Audiobook Download by Mark Olshaker,John E. Douglas
This is a fascinating book about the authors' experiences in a small town where they are conducting a homicide investigation. As you would expect, they create profiles of the two murderers that they are pursuing and try to draw conclusions as to their motives, intent and the like. The mystery woven into this story is extremely compelling, one that will have you guessing until the very end!
When a Killer Calls is a true crime audiobook that tells the story of how multiple individuals came together to solve a 2006 murder in the small town of Fortuna, California. It goes into great detail about the criminal mind, criminal profiling, and the difficulties that come with proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
The author of When a Killer Calls: A Haunting Story of Murder, Criminal Profiling, and Justice in a Small Town, writes about the investigation into the murder of Rustin Parr. The author states that there were two primary suspects that led him to believe that one was the guilty party. In addition, the author also notes that their was no evidence worth pursuing other than circumstantial evidence.
When a Killer Calls: A Haunting Story of Murder, Criminal Profiling, and Justice in a Small Town is a chilling true story about an FBI agent's investigation into the vicious murder of a young woman in an idyllic community. The author is Mark Olshaker, and he takes readers inside the mind of a serial killer as well as into the psyche of his victim and her family.
The audiobook is read by Keith Sellon-Wright. The story is told through multiple viewpoints, including those of the original investigators, one of the killers, and the detective who was in charge of their case and a storyteller to help them tell the tale.
The audiobook is over 6 hours long, it contains 4 books in 1. This is the story of a serial killer and the team of police investigators in a small town who have to put together pieces of evidence that are very difficult to find and solve a mystery that has been haunting them for over 30 years. It is a captivating account of criminal profiling and law enforcement with personal insight into how these tasks can be accomplished by an inside view from the people who do it every day.
|Duration||9 hours 1 minutes|
|Author||Mark Olshaker, John E. Douglas|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Category||Biography & Memoir|
|Parent Category||Law & Politics|