I received this book for free from The Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Axe Murderers: 6 Horrific True Crime Stories, 1 Common Tool by Kurtis-Giles Veysey, Ryan Becker, True Crime Seven
on July 7, 2019
Genres: True Crime
Source: The Author
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Would you feel safe, knowing your neighbor has a weapon, that is responsible for acts so terrifying, that they still haunt people till this day? Dozens or even hundreds of years later?
“It can’t be true!” Most would say.
Like the people whose peaceful lives were cut short - unexpectedly and heartlessly.
What was once known as a regular tool, became known as one of the most deadly weapons….
From a teenage girl to the mysterious men, whose identities are still covered in the midst of despair. The first installment of the brand-new true crime series “Murderers' Toolbox”, contains six tales all sharing one common thread - six gruesome axe murders. The facts and details are clearly laid out for the reader. Yet, their intents remain as mysterious as nauseating…
What made them commit these sickening acts? Are they just born different? Or did the circumstances of life made them snap? Why the barbarous axe?
These stories raise many questions and truly make us wonder: “Are we even safe in our own homes?”
The danger is closer than you think, and it doesn’t bother knocking the doors… Get your copy now and sneak into the minds of wicked axe murderers, before they sneak into your doors…
I found this book rather interesting, I had only ever heard of one of these murders. The reason I had heard of the Axeman of New Orleans was because of season three of American Horror Story.
The other five murders were fascinating. They all shared the same tool for the crime but all in different ways. The authors went into various degrees of information about the different crimes. It was all so fascinating.
Overall the book had a good pace, and it kept my attention. I have always an interest in true crime, which is why I also listen to the podcast My Favorite Murder. This was a good and quick read.