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Publisher's Summary

Between 1989 and 2006, there were 5,226 homicides in Australia. Serial homicides account for 1% of this astonishing number of murders that were committed by 13 known offenders.

©2017 RJ Parker Publishing (P)2017 RJ Parker Publishing

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Boring.

The mono tone voice makes it so boring, so many words mispronounced does my ocd very bad.
Listened to first chapter about Ivan Milat and I was not interested at all because of the mono tone voice.
Asking for a refund.
The stories would be of high interest however as above stated.

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The sheer mispronunciation of a lot of common words is horrific (not even what I would say are Aussie words) and either chapter 5 or 6 - can't remember exactly, he refers to Australia day as being on January 27th....such as shame.. we are a real country down here people, but our day is January 26th!

The slow reading at the beginning of this book makes it hard to listen to and grains on my ears, although it improved slightly as the book went on, or maybe I told myself that as I wanted to listen to it as I had already paid for it.

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Pretty Average.

If you're in search of gripping crime, don't waste your time with this book, honestly.

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