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Malvo makes a shocking confession about his and Muhammad's plans for October 24th. Victims attend Muhammad's execution, where he's giving a chance to speak. A man who lost his wife in the attacks gets the last word. 

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so thorough.

it was great. I loved it and highly recommend. all key players take part in this

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  • 08-08-2020

An excellent listen

This is a heartbreaking and fascinating story of how 2 people stole many peoples lives.

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  • TDJO
  • 02-06-2020

Gripping factual account.

This is generally a good audiobook. It’s an account of a series of sniper shootings in the USA in the early 90s. It’s well told and gripping, but harrowing in several places. I’m not sure if it should be enjoyable, but I’m glad I listened to it There are a couple of things that make it less than 5 star. There’s a fair bit of padding. I appreciate that background information helps balance the story, but I think this would be a better12episode story with some editing. As I like to listen to stories when I’m on long drives, this one is irritating as it seems I have to either have a passenger to advance to the next episode or stop to do that. Other apps let me advance with Siri, or can run as a complete item from the beginning to the end. About time Audible enabled those features.

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  • Lucy
  • 29-05-2020

Good but annoying!

It’s a really good book but plays the chapters individually, each one ends with ‘in the next chapter of Call Me God....’ then you have to physically go and chose to play the next episode which then introduces the whole thing each time ‘this is Call Me God for Audible and I am bla bla bla’ it’s more like a podcast. Story is great but I wouldn’t listen to a book in this format again

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  • Fiona S
  • 05-02-2020

Fascinating, Couldn't Stop Listening

This is such a compelling podcast. Incredible how the police are set against each other & what a lack of communication there was. Only check 1 place called Montgomery-unbelievable!Such a sad story & no real explanations. Extremely worrying.

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  • MISS
  • 16-12-2019

Another fascinating audio book from JC and team

A must for any fans of real crime profiling and fans of works such as mindhunter

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