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Divorce by Grand Canyon: 8 Riveting True Crime Stories

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Christian Longo.
Jeremy Bryan Jones.
Joel Patrick Courtney.
Patrick Wayne Kearney.
Russell Obremski.
Robert Spangler.
Gabriel Morris.
Killers all.

Veteran author Elizabeth Engstrom dives into the horrific stories of these seven serial killers, along with a glimpse into the maggoty world of forensic entomology. Why do these kill
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Paperback, 178 pages
Published October 30th 2019 by IFD Publishing
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Sandra Lopez
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First off, I love the cover illustration! Who hasn’t thought of pushing someone off a cliff? That’s one way to get rid of someone.

In a nutshell, these are crime tales (from the looks of it, they seemed to be based on actual events, but I’m not too sure.) Stories are not really told in a narrative sequence as traditionally seen; they read more like case files, which was less amusing. However, the writing was pretty good and the cases can be entertaining to readers of crime thrillers.
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Elizabeth (Liz) Engstrom grew up in Park Ridge, Illinois (a Chicago suburb where she lived with her father) and Kaysville, Utah (north of Salt Lake City, where she lived with her mother). After graduating from high school in Illinois, she ventured west in a serious search for acceptable weather, eventually settling in Honolulu. She attended college and worked as an advertising copywriter.

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