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32 True Crime Stories of Murder & Mayhem A quick word of warning. The true crime short stories within this three book collection are unimaginably gruesome. I start all of my True Crime books with a quick word of warning. Most news articles and television true crime shows skim over the vile details of truly horrible crimes. In my books I don’t gloss over the facts, regardles 32 True Crime Stories of Murder & Mayhem A quick word of warning. The true crime short stories within this three book collection are unimaginably gruesome. I start all of my True Crime books with a quick word of warning. Most news articles and television true crime shows skim over the vile details of truly horrible crimes. In my books I don’t gloss over the facts, regardless of how disgusting they may be. I try to give my readers a clear and accurate description on just how demented the killers really were. I do my best not to leave anything out. The stories included in these books are not for the squeamish. What you are about to read are my first three books. The stories in this collection will make you realize just how fragile the human mind can be. A sampling of the stories include: The Canal Killer - A violent psychopath cuts off the head, hands, and feet of his girlfriends and dumps them in the canals of London and Rotterdam. The Head in the Bucket - A drug kingpin chops off the head of one of his dealers and carries it around in a Home Depot bucket. Captain Cash - Another drug dealer butchers an entire family so he can take over a man’s fruit shipping business and transform it into a drug shipping business. The Coffee Killer - A young woman, jealous of her rich socialite friend, poisons her by lacing her coffee with cyanide in a public coffee shop. The Arizona Torso Killer - A petite trophy-wife shoots her husband, freezes his body, hacks him up with a jigsaw and dumps his torso in a dumpster behind a grocery store. The Oxford Murder - A young college student strangles his girlfriend and crams her body into an eight-inch crawlspace beneath the stairs. The Girl in the Barrel - A homeowner finds a fifty-five gallon barrel in the crawl space beneath his home. What they find inside the barrel unlocks a murder mystery dating back thirty years. The Dexter Wannabe - A young man obsessed with the TV show Dexter lures unsuspecting victims to his "kill room" and keeps a detailed diary of the dismemberment of his prey. The Murder of Elizabeth Olten - A fifteen-year-old girl wants to know what it feels like to kill a person. Interpol's Most Wanted - When fishermen pull up the dead body of a man in the English Channel, police stumble upon one of Interpol's Most Wanted criminals. The Girl in the Box - An unbelievable story of a psychopath who kidnaps a young girl and keeps her as a slave locked beneath his bed for seven years. The Green Chain Rapist - A beautiful young mother is butchered in broad daylight in a London park and the only witness is her two-year-old son. Police then waste three years chasing the wrong man while the real killer slaughters another woman. Paige’s Secret Life - A young single-mother of three goes missing and police realize she's been living a secret life that her friends and family didn't know about. A Walking Shadow - A suicidal teenager, frustrated with the bank threatening to foreclose on the family home, kidnaps the bank manager's ten-year-old son and holds him for ransom. Plus 18 more truly disturbing true crime stories.


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32 True Crime Stories of Murder & Mayhem A quick word of warning. The true crime short stories within this three book collection are unimaginably gruesome. I start all of my True Crime books with a quick word of warning. Most news articles and television true crime shows skim over the vile details of truly horrible crimes. In my books I don’t gloss over the facts, regardles 32 True Crime Stories of Murder & Mayhem A quick word of warning. The true crime short stories within this three book collection are unimaginably gruesome. I start all of my True Crime books with a quick word of warning. Most news articles and television true crime shows skim over the vile details of truly horrible crimes. In my books I don’t gloss over the facts, regardless of how disgusting they may be. I try to give my readers a clear and accurate description on just how demented the killers really were. I do my best not to leave anything out. The stories included in these books are not for the squeamish. What you are about to read are my first three books. The stories in this collection will make you realize just how fragile the human mind can be. A sampling of the stories include: The Canal Killer - A violent psychopath cuts off the head, hands, and feet of his girlfriends and dumps them in the canals of London and Rotterdam. The Head in the Bucket - A drug kingpin chops off the head of one of his dealers and carries it around in a Home Depot bucket. Captain Cash - Another drug dealer butchers an entire family so he can take over a man’s fruit shipping business and transform it into a drug shipping business. The Coffee Killer - A young woman, jealous of her rich socialite friend, poisons her by lacing her coffee with cyanide in a public coffee shop. The Arizona Torso Killer - A petite trophy-wife shoots her husband, freezes his body, hacks him up with a jigsaw and dumps his torso in a dumpster behind a grocery store. The Oxford Murder - A young college student strangles his girlfriend and crams her body into an eight-inch crawlspace beneath the stairs. The Girl in the Barrel - A homeowner finds a fifty-five gallon barrel in the crawl space beneath his home. What they find inside the barrel unlocks a murder mystery dating back thirty years. The Dexter Wannabe - A young man obsessed with the TV show Dexter lures unsuspecting victims to his "kill room" and keeps a detailed diary of the dismemberment of his prey. The Murder of Elizabeth Olten - A fifteen-year-old girl wants to know what it feels like to kill a person. Interpol's Most Wanted - When fishermen pull up the dead body of a man in the English Channel, police stumble upon one of Interpol's Most Wanted criminals. The Girl in the Box - An unbelievable story of a psychopath who kidnaps a young girl and keeps her as a slave locked beneath his bed for seven years. The Green Chain Rapist - A beautiful young mother is butchered in broad daylight in a London park and the only witness is her two-year-old son. Police then waste three years chasing the wrong man while the real killer slaughters another woman. Paige’s Secret Life - A young single-mother of three goes missing and police realize she's been living a secret life that her friends and family didn't know about. A Walking Shadow - A suicidal teenager, frustrated with the bank threatening to foreclose on the family home, kidnaps the bank manager's ten-year-old son and holds him for ransom. Plus 18 more truly disturbing true crime stories.

30 review for True Crime Case Histories - (Books 1, 2 & 3): 32 Disturbing True Crime Stories

  1. 4 out of 5

    Fishface

    Pretty good true crime Many of the cases in this triple volume were new to me, and even the familiar ones had new information in them. The writing was good, not great; the punctuation was eccentric and the book needed a good text editing. As promised, most of the cases were very gruesome indeed.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Farmer

    Captivating cases Very interesting book. Well written, and the author keeps the reader's attention without bogging the reader down with unneeded information. I really enjoy his style of writing, and I think you will also. Captivating cases Very interesting book. Well written, and the author keeps the reader's attention without bogging the reader down with unneeded information. I really enjoy his style of writing, and I think you will also.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    there are so many bad people in this world. this is worth the read

  4. 5 out of 5

    Claire Frost

    Wow an eye opener and one to close to home

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jill Farris

    Shocking Author warns you that this book gets graphic. Details of headliner murders from around the world. His detailed writing style has you picture in your mind ,will send chills down your back, will place sorrow for the victims and their families. It was one book I couldn't put down. Shocking Author warns you that this book gets graphic. Details of headliner murders from around the world. His detailed writing style has you picture in your mind ,will send chills down your back, will place sorrow for the victims and their families. It was one book I couldn't put down.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Corbin

    Well worth the time Nepal's writing style is crisp yet full of facts. So many true crime authors drag a story out with mundane and useless data. Who cares what color the neighbor's cousin's aunt's panties were? The stories are not as full of courtroom drama as novel length works yet you still get all the data you could possibly want to evaluate the crimes. A novel soon, Mr Neal? Corbin Well worth the time Nepal's writing style is crisp yet full of facts. So many true crime authors drag a story out with mundane and useless data. Who cares what color the neighbor's cousin's aunt's panties were? The stories are not as full of courtroom drama as novel length works yet you still get all the data you could possibly want to evaluate the crimes. A novel soon, Mr Neal? Corbin

  7. 4 out of 5

    Hayleigh Marie Whitelock

    Love it! The graphic details about the crimes are great, don't really find them anywhere else and the writing is good. If I have one criticism, it is that I did find some spelling errors at times, only some words missing letters so not a big deal. Thank you for these, love true crime, so interesting. Love it! The graphic details about the crimes are great, don't really find them anywhere else and the writing is good. If I have one criticism, it is that I did find some spelling errors at times, only some words missing letters so not a big deal. Thank you for these, love true crime, so interesting.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Tan

    I LOVE TRUE CRIME STORIES I really enjoyed these 3 books, I am a lover of true crime books and this was wonderful and was very sad once I realized I was finished reading. Great job!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Brengel

    On my.toes. Kept me thinking the entire TIME. each case was unique and personal which made it very difficult to put down. I'm looking forward to.reading more books.by.Jason Neal On my.toes. Kept me thinking the entire TIME. each case was unique and personal which made it very difficult to put down. I'm looking forward to.reading more books.by.Jason Neal

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rose Aitken

    psychos, saddos and sickos and then some This book barely scrapes the surface of the surface of the surface of true crimes that have been committed down the years, barely the tip of the tip of the tip of the iceberg but still, as a cross sample of the psycho, sickos and others it’s a disturbing annalysis of the depts to which mankind as a species will sink to for his own gratification. it’s a good book and i hope there will be more. I already read volume 4 of this series and that was pretty good psychos, saddos and sickos and then some This book barely scrapes the surface of the surface of the surface of true crimes that have been committed down the years, barely the tip of the tip of the tip of the iceberg but still, as a cross sample of the psycho, sickos and others it’s a disturbing annalysis of the depts to which mankind as a species will sink to for his own gratification. it’s a good book and i hope there will be more. I already read volume 4 of this series and that was pretty good too.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lucii Dixon

    These collections of case histories were interesting and detailed, they definitely did not leave the gore out from each case. This is highly recommended to true crime fanatics but definitely not for people with weak stomachs. I especially found the SK Confessions a rather eye-opening read, vile and disgusting but definitely helps you think about the mind of the killer. They were his own words, his own premeditated plans. My only issue is the books are way too small, I wish they were longer as I re These collections of case histories were interesting and detailed, they definitely did not leave the gore out from each case. This is highly recommended to true crime fanatics but definitely not for people with weak stomachs. I especially found the SK Confessions a rather eye-opening read, vile and disgusting but definitely helps you think about the mind of the killer. They were his own words, his own premeditated plans. My only issue is the books are way too small, I wish they were longer as I read them within a day.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Gabrielle

    Anyone who knows me knows I love anything true crime. I don't know why but it has always fascinated me. My birthday and our anniversary is coming up and this is one of the things my husband got me. I finished it in less than 48 hours. I completely loved this and could not stop reading. A must for any true crime lover. Anyone who knows me knows I love anything true crime. I don't know why but it has always fascinated me. My birthday and our anniversary is coming up and this is one of the things my husband got me. I finished it in less than 48 hours. I completely loved this and could not stop reading. A must for any true crime lover.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Naomi Somerville

    Well written I like that these books are easy to read. Like a novel almost. Although the stories are awful, I like to try to figure out what makes some people do these things. A lot of background is provided so that helps. I didn’t like the rambling manifestos and transcripts from these killers. Too much. Might b a + for some

  14. 4 out of 5

    Chasity and the Never ending Want to read list

    Looking forward to the next in the series. Could do with a good proof read. Spelling errors did not take away from the gruesome crimes committed in these books. Not for the faint hearted. Looking forward to reading the next books. A good mixture of killers. Some I had heard of before and some I hadn't. Looking forward to the next in the series. Could do with a good proof read. Spelling errors did not take away from the gruesome crimes committed in these books. Not for the faint hearted. Looking forward to reading the next books. A good mixture of killers. Some I had heard of before and some I hadn't.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Carol Mundie

    Quiet good crimes in this triple book deal some I have heard of some I hadn't. These are well, written book and nothing is spared in telling you the stories although this is said by the author at the beginning of the book. It didn't bother me as the subject of the books leads you to expect it to be gory and not very nice in parts. Quiet good crimes in this triple book deal some I have heard of some I hadn't. These are well, written book and nothing is spared in telling you the stories although this is said by the author at the beginning of the book. It didn't bother me as the subject of the books leads you to expect it to be gory and not very nice in parts.

  16. 4 out of 5

    donna Jenner

    I cannot get enough of these true crime books i love them not the crime itself but i just love this kind of book. It is well written and composed just right. I also like the fact you find out what the punishment was for the crime so there is closure.

  17. 4 out of 5

    jacki

    gripping, fascinating read i would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in reading about real crimes. it was such a fascinating read. some of the stories had very graphic content so not for the faint hearted.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sofia Puricelli

    Just finished this book and already itching for another one, Jason Neal writes about the crime like no other author I've seen - it's factual and to the point while still keeping the same suspense you would reading a mystery Just finished this book and already itching for another one, Jason Neal writes about the crime like no other author I've seen - it's factual and to the point while still keeping the same suspense you would reading a mystery

  19. 4 out of 5

    Steve

    Very good A very good collection of books. Enjoyed reading them and trying to understand what makes these people tick. Thank you very much.

  20. 5 out of 5

    shondelle Hinds

    These books really show that this world is full of MONSTERS in disguise....The author did an amazing Job

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sheila

    Interesting mix of True Crime.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Skylar - Rose Handy

    Most of the cases where either one I had already known or one I had ever heard of most info was new so overall I love reading this book and I learned a whole lot

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Schlafer

    Good stuff Fairly interesting and good stuff. I got through it pretty quickly and I enjoyed it. Would read more. Didn't need the appendix, though. Good stuff Fairly interesting and good stuff. I got through it pretty quickly and I enjoyed it. Would read more. Didn't need the appendix, though.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Adgee

    Okay If you are into true crime then you'll probably recognize a !majority of these. An okay read, but the author is a mediocre writer at best. Okay If you are into true crime then you'll probably recognize a !majority of these. An okay read, but the author is a mediocre writer at best.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Diotto

    J'ai adoré ces livres. La recherche est remarquable et c'est très bien écrit. Jason Neal, un auteur à suivre et à lire !! J'ai adoré ces livres. La recherche est remarquable et c'est très bien écrit. Jason Neal, un auteur à suivre et à lire !!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tammy Hadyniak

    Let’s say…. We live in a pretty messed up world. The book entails crimes and details that make ya think twice about not being aware of your surroundings for sure…

  27. 4 out of 5

    Izzy

    Gruesome crime stories, many I have never heard off. But some of the stories didn’t give loads of details where as others had loads.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Deb Florea

    An interesting collection of true stories

  29. 4 out of 5

    Deanne

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jan H Peel

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