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Whether you are a true crime reader, or a criminal justice student, this Research is Ready for you. In Children Who Murder, you’ll read about thirty-three people who have either admitted guilt and are pending sentencing--or already tried and convicted. Not included is anyone who was acquitted of committing a crime. However, I did include people over 18 years of age. These Whether you are a true crime reader, or a criminal justice student, this Research is Ready for you. In Children Who Murder, you’ll read about thirty-three people who have either admitted guilt and are pending sentencing--or already tried and convicted. Not included is anyone who was acquitted of committing a crime. However, I did include people over 18 years of age. These are not just teenagers who killed their parent(s), they are children of the victims. Children Who Murder. Also, after the last chapter, you’ll see the data sorted in multiple ways. The same thirty-three people that are in this book and resorted them to include new lists. The first is by dates of murder(s); the next by geographical location where the crime(s) occurred; and the last is grouped by weapon(s) of choice. Resources are included within each topic area, whether they were used as a resource, or not. The sources used are specifically cited, but there are a few extra resources listed so you have more information at your fingertips should you decide to read further on any particular case. There are at least four resources per case. Books in the Ready Research Series: Volume I: Mommies who Murder Volume II: Children who Murder Volume III: Serial Murderers Volume IV: Siblings who Murder Volume V: Spouses who Murder


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Whether you are a true crime reader, or a criminal justice student, this Research is Ready for you. In Children Who Murder, you’ll read about thirty-three people who have either admitted guilt and are pending sentencing--or already tried and convicted. Not included is anyone who was acquitted of committing a crime. However, I did include people over 18 years of age. These Whether you are a true crime reader, or a criminal justice student, this Research is Ready for you. In Children Who Murder, you’ll read about thirty-three people who have either admitted guilt and are pending sentencing--or already tried and convicted. Not included is anyone who was acquitted of committing a crime. However, I did include people over 18 years of age. These are not just teenagers who killed their parent(s), they are children of the victims. Children Who Murder. Also, after the last chapter, you’ll see the data sorted in multiple ways. The same thirty-three people that are in this book and resorted them to include new lists. The first is by dates of murder(s); the next by geographical location where the crime(s) occurred; and the last is grouped by weapon(s) of choice. Resources are included within each topic area, whether they were used as a resource, or not. The sources used are specifically cited, but there are a few extra resources listed so you have more information at your fingertips should you decide to read further on any particular case. There are at least four resources per case. Books in the Ready Research Series: Volume I: Mommies who Murder Volume II: Children who Murder Volume III: Serial Murderers Volume IV: Siblings who Murder Volume V: Spouses who Murder

32 review for From Cradle to Grave: Children Who Murder (Ready Research Book 2)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Briar's Reviews

    Book Review Book Title: From Cradle to Grave: Children who Murder Book Author: Mindy M. Shelton Introduciton: Mindy M. Shelton was absolutely wonderful and offered to send me the entire series for an honest review. I was more than thrilled to be able to read more about true crime, since that has been my recent addiction - binge watching and reading about true crime. Review: This book is non-fiction, which makes it absolutely horrifying. The entire book from front to back is about children (some being Book Review Book Title: From Cradle to Grave: Children who Murder Book Author: Mindy M. Shelton Introduciton: Mindy M. Shelton was absolutely wonderful and offered to send me the entire series for an honest review. I was more than thrilled to be able to read more about true crime, since that has been my recent addiction - binge watching and reading about true crime. Review: This book is non-fiction, which makes it absolutely horrifying. The entire book from front to back is about children (some being adults - but they are still labelled as children of the victims) who murdered someone. It's incredible and nauseating to read this book since it explains how each murder occurred and the potential "whys" as to the reasoning behind these murders. I really enjoyed this book. It's short, sweet and to the point - there's no jibber jabber or useless information, it's up front! I also appreciated the way the book was set up. Each section had the individual(s) who committed the cat, it had their name, age, date of the murders, the victims, the weapon, claims, the state they were in and the sentence. The information is right there, ready for the taking and it doesn't add any fluff. This book is a great reference for anyone looking to study true crimes. While I might not suggest this to someone who wants the story-line as if it were a novel, I would suggest reading it either for studying or for just an interesting read. Some of the stories in this book will leave you scratching your head - like the instigator who murdered his family out of cold blood and then said what he did was horrible. If it was so horrible then why did you do this? It is so tempting to beg Mindy M. Shelton to write a book based on the psychological reasoning behind these killings, since they will make your head spin with some of the logic. I wouldn't recommend any improvements upon this book. It's an encyclopedia of children murderer knowledge that will help a true crime lover or a student get a basic background on the situations. Mindy also does an amazing job of including all of her references, so if required you can use those for citations as well. I will advise readers to beware of this book though - it is an Mature or Restricted rating. It's not for the lighthearted. Also, this book is not a story or a tale, it is a textbook of information. If you are looking for a story with a plot, climax and ending you won't find it here. Be aware and research your books before you read them so you aren't disappointed with this wonderful work. Overall, I'm really impressed. I enjoyed reading this book (I'm using enjoyed lightly, these situations are absolutely horrible) and I would love to see Mindy research more in the future. Five out of five stars.

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