DK Canada's Unsolved Murders Book Review




This true crime book makes you the detective, investigating some of the most infamous unsolved cases of the 20th and 21st centuries. Crime scenes, crucial evidence, witnesses, and persons of interest are clearly and concisely presented, along with essential details and clues, so you can judge for yourself: who could have done it?

Unsolved Murders also profiles the psychology of the killer, discusses the background and life of the unfortunate victim (or victims), and explores how these horrific crimes impacted the victim's family and friends. From domestic tragedies to serial killers with a love for the macabre, this book will have you returning to the cases again and again. Can you unlock the secrets of these unsolved crimes where others have failed? (We can't promise that the book will give you the solution!)

Presented in a beautiful hardcover format you will be proud to read on your commute or display on your coffee table, Unsolved Murders: True Crime Cases Uncovered is like having your favorite true crime podcast or documentary at your fingertips every day.


MY REVIEW
A quick and interesting read! 

I enjoyed this book very much. I, of course, love crime stories the differences in outcomes for similar crimes happening in different places with differing laws, viewpoints and investigation techniques is so interesting to me. Add in advancing technology and biases in society and human nature in general and I'm hooked! 

Unsolved Murders takes a chronological approach with the true crime cases starting from 1912 to 2010 many cases documented.

I had never heard of which, in and of itself, strikes a win for me since most media surrounds only high profile cases all of which have been discussed and theorized by so many, so many times with so many opinions.

This is very fact based, gives reports on the investigation process and reported insights but my favorite part is hearing very little of the author in the book...doing this is much harder than it sounds. Human nature includes opinions but in a book like this I want to create my own and having an unbiased, fact based account is instrumental in getting that. If you like the facts and are interested in the investigation process this is your book!  

Available now, more information on this title, be sure to head over to DK Canada 

Disclosure: All opinions are my own. I received the above book at no cost for the purpose of this review. No other compensation was received

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