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INCLUDES PHOTOS Ted Bundy was a burglar, rapist, kidnapper, necrophiliac (sexual intercourse with a corpse) and serial killer in the 1970s. It's believed he killed 30 plus women. Jeffrey Dahmer (the Milwaukee Monster), was a rapist, killer, necrophiliac, and cannibal who killed 17 young boys and men between 1978 and 1991. Albert Fish was a child rapist, cannibal and ser INCLUDES PHOTOS Ted Bundy was a burglar, rapist, kidnapper, necrophiliac (sexual intercourse with a corpse) and serial killer in the 1970s. It's believed he killed 30 plus women. Jeffrey Dahmer (the Milwaukee Monster), was a rapist, killer, necrophiliac, and cannibal who killed 17 young boys and men between 1978 and 1991. Albert Fish was a child rapist, cannibal and serial killer who operated between 1924 and 1932. It's believed that he killed at least 9 children and possibly more. During the 1980s and ‘90s, Gary Ridgway (Green River Killer), a serial killer and necrophiliac, is believed to have killed 49 women, but confessed to murdering 71. Between 1978 and 1983 in the United Kingdom, Dennis Nilsen (The Kindly Killer) is known to have killed between 12 and 15 young men. He had a ritual of bathing and dressing the corpses, preserving them for a time before dissecting and disposing of his victims by either burning them in a fire or flushing their parts down a toilet. Known as the Co-Ed Butcher, Edmund Kemper was a cannibal, necrophiliac and serial killer who, between 1964 and 1973, killed 10 women including his mother who he beheaded, used her head as a dartboard and for oral sex. Plus... Bonus Story In February 2013, LAPD Cop Chris Dorner went on a shooting revenge/spree killing targeting higher-up officers and their families.


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INCLUDES PHOTOS Ted Bundy was a burglar, rapist, kidnapper, necrophiliac (sexual intercourse with a corpse) and serial killer in the 1970s. It's believed he killed 30 plus women. Jeffrey Dahmer (the Milwaukee Monster), was a rapist, killer, necrophiliac, and cannibal who killed 17 young boys and men between 1978 and 1991. Albert Fish was a child rapist, cannibal and ser INCLUDES PHOTOS Ted Bundy was a burglar, rapist, kidnapper, necrophiliac (sexual intercourse with a corpse) and serial killer in the 1970s. It's believed he killed 30 plus women. Jeffrey Dahmer (the Milwaukee Monster), was a rapist, killer, necrophiliac, and cannibal who killed 17 young boys and men between 1978 and 1991. Albert Fish was a child rapist, cannibal and serial killer who operated between 1924 and 1932. It's believed that he killed at least 9 children and possibly more. During the 1980s and ‘90s, Gary Ridgway (Green River Killer), a serial killer and necrophiliac, is believed to have killed 49 women, but confessed to murdering 71. Between 1978 and 1983 in the United Kingdom, Dennis Nilsen (The Kindly Killer) is known to have killed between 12 and 15 young men. He had a ritual of bathing and dressing the corpses, preserving them for a time before dissecting and disposing of his victims by either burning them in a fire or flushing their parts down a toilet. Known as the Co-Ed Butcher, Edmund Kemper was a cannibal, necrophiliac and serial killer who, between 1964 and 1973, killed 10 women including his mother who he beheaded, used her head as a dartboard and for oral sex. Plus... Bonus Story In February 2013, LAPD Cop Chris Dorner went on a shooting revenge/spree killing targeting higher-up officers and their families.

30 review for Serial Homicide Volume 1 - Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer & more

  1. 5 out of 5

    John

    Story - 3/5 Narration - 2/5 This narrator speaks with strange cadence.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Passenger

    Having read as much as I have about serial killers and True Crime cases in general I have to admit that I'm becoming more and more critical of these books that give a "brief overview" of several cases at once. I do expect details to be missing of course, but not to the extent as in this book. I know the cases of Ted Bundy and Ed Kemper like the back of my hand and am beyond frustrated whenever I see obvious mistakes that are very easily researchable. Especially Kemper's case is being oversimplif Having read as much as I have about serial killers and True Crime cases in general I have to admit that I'm becoming more and more critical of these books that give a "brief overview" of several cases at once. I do expect details to be missing of course, but not to the extent as in this book. I know the cases of Ted Bundy and Ed Kemper like the back of my hand and am beyond frustrated whenever I see obvious mistakes that are very easily researchable. Especially Kemper's case is being oversimplified so horribly that my jaw dropped to the floor. Nice way of perpetuating the myth that he was a cannibal too by the way... If you have low expectations and just want a sensationalist, quick read on a few SK cases you might enjoy this one. Actual researchers or people hardcore into True Crime may just feel like tearing out their own eyeballs while being confronted with the many inaccuracies and oversimplifications in this book...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Marie

    This was a pretty good true crime book. There were a couple of killers that I had heard of but have never read anything about them. But there are other killers that I had read about before, but there was more detail in this book. WARNING: This book is very graphic and not for the faint of heart as the author goes into details of how the killers murdered their victims. Also there is a bonus book included in this edition. Four star rating on this one.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Christy Cagle

    Good research and information on serial killers Very interesting read; however, the repetition of details and complete narratives were unnecessary. Some dates and info differed from previous statements, but otherwise a very knowledgeable presentation. I have read other works by RJ Parker and the details and narrative are well delivered.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sena

    This man is a race-baiting victim-blamer When Parker wrote about the case of former officer Dormer, he went on about racial micro aggression. Being an ethnic Jew, I have seen real racism, and it's not as bad as he is overplaying it. He's forgotten that mass killers always have a contrived excuse, and we haven't had Jim Crow laws for fifty years. He should listen to Candice Owens, David Clarke, and other successful black people. They're not as rare as people think that they are, so racism isn't th This man is a race-baiting victim-blamer When Parker wrote about the case of former officer Dormer, he went on about racial micro aggression. Being an ethnic Jew, I have seen real racism, and it's not as bad as he is overplaying it. He's forgotten that mass killers always have a contrived excuse, and we haven't had Jim Crow laws for fifty years. He should listen to Candice Owens, David Clarke, and other successful black people. They're not as rare as people think that they are, so racism isn't the problem that lazy journalists are trying to make of it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lauretta

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Overall in reading this book, it was very eye-opening. Some of the things about Bundy I knew and lot I didn't.The information on Jeffrey Dahmer, to me was very disgusting. I have read other things about these killers, but this book was more informative. The information wasn't overwhelming, some things were new to me and some I knew. I am a fan of true crime. I've been reading true crime for years. It may sound eerie but, sometimes I find true crime more interesting than a novel. Overall in reading this book, it was very eye-opening. Some of the things about Bundy I knew and lot I didn't.The information on Jeffrey Dahmer, to me was very disgusting. I have read other things about these killers, but this book was more informative. The information wasn't overwhelming, some things were new to me and some I knew. I am a fan of true crime. I've been reading true crime for years. It may sound eerie but, sometimes I find true crime more interesting than a novel.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sara Wells

    The information was good, however it was all over the place. There is no great time line for the events, murder dates, court dates, etc. This is a self published book that I read for free, but the author could have gotten someone to help edit. Short stubby sentences, run on sentences, missing words, etc. That being said, it was interesting, if hard to follow. Again I read it for free, so I can't complain too much. The information was good, however it was all over the place. There is no great time line for the events, murder dates, court dates, etc. This is a self published book that I read for free, but the author could have gotten someone to help edit. Short stubby sentences, run on sentences, missing words, etc. That being said, it was interesting, if hard to follow. Again I read it for free, so I can't complain too much.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Dava

    Not what I thought it would be . . . I'm not sure who, if anyone, edited this book, but it was difficult to read. The language is awkward and stilted and facts are repeated multiple times. Other than a photo of an electrocuted Ted Bundy, there was not much new here. And be forewarned: only half of this book is about serial killers. The other half is about cop killer Christopher Dorner. Not what I thought it would be . . . I'm not sure who, if anyone, edited this book, but it was difficult to read. The language is awkward and stilted and facts are repeated multiple times. Other than a photo of an electrocuted Ted Bundy, there was not much new here. And be forewarned: only half of this book is about serial killers. The other half is about cop killer Christopher Dorner.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Trivette

    Never Disappoints Anyone that enjoys true crime will thoroughly appreciate the author. He writes what I have seen to be factual crimes, and the resolutions. This book included a few cases I had never read. Did not want to put this down once I started reading.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Bettye McKee

    Great accounts of six serial murderers The volume contains accounts of Albert Fish, Ted Bundy, Dennis Nilsen, Jeffrey Dahmer, Gary Ridgway and Edmund Kemper. There is a bonus chapter about Christopher Dorner. Includes photos.

  11. 5 out of 5

    barb honeycutt

    I love this type of book very informative and doesn't let you forget that there are some very demented and evil people on our world. I love this type of book very informative and doesn't let you forget that there are some very demented and evil people on our world.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Becky

    Just couldn’t get into it. No new information, too repetitive.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    Drags on and on To repetitive . State the obvious over and over again. Not worth the time to read. Looking for something else to show what you can do to change the outcome.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    parts kept me interested, but major parts were just boring

  15. 5 out of 5

    Misty Davis

    Very gruesome I can't believe how people like these can be so evil. I'm so glad they all got caught and got exactly what they deserved Very gruesome I can't believe how people like these can be so evil. I'm so glad they all got caught and got exactly what they deserved

  16. 5 out of 5

    Vicky Carruth

    Great read for True Crime fans! If you love reading True Crime, I think this is a great book to add to your collection! Author RJ Parker did a great job on this interesting, easy and quick read! This collection includes chapters on the following 6 serial killers: Albert Fish: (suspected of murdering up to 30 children, admitted to 3 and convicted of 1) Ted Bundy: (suspected victim count is from 30-100) Dennis Nilsen (aka "The English Jeffrey Dahmer") Jeffrey Dahmer (aka " The Milwaukee Cannibal") Gary R Great read for True Crime fans! If you love reading True Crime, I think this is a great book to add to your collection! Author RJ Parker did a great job on this interesting, easy and quick read! This collection includes chapters on the following 6 serial killers: Albert Fish: (suspected of murdering up to 30 children, admitted to 3 and convicted of 1) Ted Bundy: (suspected victim count is from 30-100) Dennis Nilsen (aka "The English Jeffrey Dahmer") Jeffrey Dahmer (aka " The Milwaukee Cannibal") Gary Ridgeway ((aka "The Green River Killer") Edmund Kemper (aka " The Co-ed Killer") PLUS..there is a bonus book included! Revenge Killings (also by RJ Parker) is about serial cop killer, Chris Dorner. Both books include pictures in the Kindle version!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tamatha Baker

    A good quick read This book is a quick read about killers most have heard of. If you are just getting into true crime and serial killers this book will give you the rundown on some of the well known ones. Some of the chapters do tend to repeat parts however, that had me going back pages at first to see if I had lost my place some how.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lee Husemann

    This is a great collection of 6 famous serial killers, Fish, Bundy, Nilsen, Dahmer, Ridgway and Kemper. There is a lot of new information that I had not heard of before on these killers and their crimes. This is an excellent reference book for any TC library. I am looking forward to future volumes.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Creecy

    I wasn't very impressed with this book. The author repeats himself very often within each chapter, as well as making sentences more complicated than they need to be an effort to look like a better creative writer. But it always falls flat. I wasn't very impressed with this book. The author repeats himself very often within each chapter, as well as making sentences more complicated than they need to be an effort to look like a better creative writer. But it always falls flat.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Brianne Geier

    Wow. There are truly monsters in this world....it gets you thinking as to how anyone could do such a thing...very intriguing but also gut wrenching read.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bec

  22. 5 out of 5

    Brynley

    Other than a few typos I thought it was an informing and easy read

  23. 5 out of 5

    Alison Kerr

  24. 4 out of 5

    keith j armstrong

  25. 4 out of 5

    Linda Ann Scott

  26. 4 out of 5

    Katherine McCarthy

  27. 5 out of 5

    Milisa Z

  28. 5 out of 5

    louise bethune

  29. 5 out of 5

    Carol Bishop

  30. 5 out of 5

    Carol Cordoba

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