Which Of These True Crime Audio Books Will
Make You Tremble?
The popularity of reality shows today shows the public's fascination with true stories. This is nowhere more
evident than in the true crime genre. Even though true crime readers often know "whodunit" before the book is even
purchased, the story still draws us in because we want to know why. What leads human beings to exhibit such callous
disregard for the lives of others? We choose true crime audiobooks because we want to find out.
Sometimes, on the surface, the perpetrators of these heinous crimes don't seem so different from our neighbors
and co-workers - people we see every day. Yet we don't want to believe we're surrounded by serial killers and
psychopaths. True crime audiobooks provide reassurance that evil is not the norm, while giving us insight into the
heart and soul of these very disturbed people.
Suzanne O'Malley's Are You There Alone tells the story of Andrea Yates, a young mother who drowned her five
children in a bathtub. Julie Salamon, in her book Facing the Wind, introduces us to Robert Rowe, the proactive
parent of a disabled child, who inexplicably murdered his wife and children with a baseball bat. And Bringing
Elizabeth Home, by Ed and Lois Smart, shares every parent's worst nightmare: the kidnapping of their teenage
These are only three examples of our excellent collection of true crime audiobooks. You'll also enjoy our
suspenseful fiction dealing with crime and informative works on criminology. Do you want to get the story behind
the headlines? Grab one of these audiobooks today!
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