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  • The Country Boy Killer: True Story of Cody Legebokoff, Canada's Teenage Serial Killer

  • Crimes Canada: True Crimes That Shocked the Nation, Book 6
  • By: JT Hunter
  • Narrated by: Don Kline
  • Length: 2 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Biographies & Memoirs, True Crime
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He was the friendly, baby-faced, Canadian boy next door. He came from a loving, caring, and well-respected family. Blessed with good looks and back-woods country charm, he was popular with his peers, and although an accident at birth left permanent nerve damage in one of his arms, he excelled in sports. A self-proclaimed "die hard" Calgary Flames fan, he played competitive junior hockey and competed on his school's snowboarding team. And he enjoyed the typical simple pleasures of a boy growing up in the country: camping, hunting, and fishing with family and friends. But he also enjoyed brutally murdering women, and he would become one of the youngest serial killers in Canadian history.

From the best-selling author of The Vampire Next Door: The True Story of The Vampire Rapist, John Crutchley.

This is the sixth book in the Crimes Canada: True Crimes That Shocked the Nation collection.

www.CrimesCanada.com

©2015 VP Publications, an imprint of RJ Parker Publishing (P)2015 VP Publications, an imprint of RJ Parker Publishing

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  • LeanneK9
  • 09-05-2016

NARRATOR KILLS THE STORY

What made the experience of listening to The Country Boy Killer: True Story of Cody Legebokoff, Canada's Teenage Serial Killer the most enjoyable?

It was about a local and familiar case.

What was most disappointing about JT Hunter’s story?

The NARRATOR... it was so very painful to sit through his broken sentences- it was all I could do NOT to turn it off... I actually kept looking at the minutes remaining in the story whenever he would pause and pick up the sentence on the next line down.... It was read like a grade 7 student was put on the spot in front of a classroom and forced to read an awkward essay... PAINFUL TO SIT THROUGH.

Would you be willing to try another one of Don Kline’s performances?

NEVER.... NEVER EVER... I also bought another serial killer audiobook and was so glad that this one was over to start a new narrator, but when I started to play the next audiobook, it was HIM AGAIN, as if he was haunting my road trip!!! I don't understand how he got hired to do this kind of work... it's seriously wrong.

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  • happyjo
  • 10-08-2018

Where is the drama?

I didn't care for the way this story was presented. It all seems too dry, told with out emotion.

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