(KINDLE) [The Naked Streets] by Ronald Watkins

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Ess for fewer overall shootings perhaps because of the type of victims good read a bunch type of victims Good read a bunch errorsThis was an interesting read I do not remember hearing about these cases With two sets of illers no longer it took so long to catch them I would have given a 5 but so many errors This was a great true crime novel as it ept me glued to my seat as I could not put it down Very fast paced and ept me wondering what was going

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happen nextThis book about two different sets of illers terrorizing the streets of Phoenix Arizona that was going on at the same time There are sniper attacks being committed and a rap. Killers is selecting their victims The police had no idea and no idea why not one not two but three serial murderers were afoot Throughout two long hot summers the public also had no assurance the illers would ever be caught Despite leads despite increased vigilance the crimes continued unabated And when they at last mercifully ended when the story of what had actually taken place become common nowledge the public was shocked by the magnitude of the trut. I listened to this on audiobook I didn t find the narration to be as professional as I expected it to be I also didn t find this book to be as gripping as the subject matter would have suggested I found myself getting a little lost in places thanks to the many crimes involved and the multiple perps witnesses etc Having now readlistened to places thanks to the many crimes involved and the multiple perps witnesses etc Having now readlistened to book I have made a mental note Don t visit Phoenix Was This Book Even Edited I Initially Read It Because It book even edited I initially read it because it about my hometown and that is the only reason I bothered to finish it While the subject matter is interesting there are so many typos and grammatical errors. Enter the depraved minds of serial illers From May 2005 until August 2006 Phoenix Arizona the fifth largest in America was gripped in terror A series of random sniper attacks sexual assaults and murders continued at a relentless pace with no end in sight The victims were both men and women young and old of all races and ethnicities Most disturbingly they had done nothing to place themselves in harm’s way They’d not visited the “bad” parts of town.

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In the book that it is easy to get distracted and just feels like a lengthy is easy to get distracted and just feels like a lengthy post There are sentences that do not make sense misused words repeated errors and the story is only compelling due to its being factual not due to any skill had by the author I do not recommend wasting your time on this book and I will not be seeking any other offerings by this author PageturnerCould not put time on this book and I will not be seeking any other offerings by this author PageturnerCould not put down I would love to read from this writer I love the way he writes Didn t now much about these serial illers who were all operating in Phoenix at the same time Interestingly the Beltway snipers got considerably pr. Freuented a gambling den solicited prostitutes or sought out drug dealers They were assaulted and murdered as they went about the routine activities of their lives the New Plant Parent: Learn the Ways of Plant Parenthood kinds of things we all do without a second thought There was no reason for extraordinary diligence as they did so They were gunned down walking along a streetidnapped raped and murdered from the neighborhood carwash while talking on a cell phone Why had they been picked What motivated the. ,
The Naked Streets