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DOWNLOAD á E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Blaine Lee Pardoe Ria Hester blow the dust off of these cases Interviewing members of the families friends and members of law enforcement they provide the first and most complete in depth look at this string of horrific murders and disappearances The author investigators peel back the rumors and myths surrounding these crimes and provide new information never before revealed about the investigations. This was a different kind of true crime book as the crimes are considered cold cases and have never been solved The authors wrote the book so that us the readers could maybe help solve the cases as all the murders happened in Virginia and the killer or killers have never been brought to justice The killer took eight lives and obviously is still walking this earth while the families are wondering if the person will ever be captured The book contains very graphic detail and also includes photos of the victims Giving it a four star read as it was fast paced and kept me reading to the end of the book

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READ ↠ A Special Kind Of Evil × For four years a killer or killers stalked Virginia’s Tidewater region carefully selecting victims sending waves of terror into the local community The Colonial Parkway Murders –the name given eight murders that took place in the Tidewater region in the late 1980’s two of which were on the historic Colonial Park For four years a killer or killers stalked Virginia’s Tidewater region carefully selecting victims sending waves of terror into the local community The Colonial Parkway Murders –the name given eight murders that took place in the Tidewater region in the late 1980’s two of which were on the historic Colonial Parkway the nation’s narrowest National Park Young people in the pr. 35 out of 5 stars A father daughter true crime writing team takes an in depth look at a 30 year old series of cases known as the Colonial Parkway Serial Killings This was a group of murders that came in pairs until it suddenly stopped after there had been 8 killings total The cases have haunted many of those left behind not just the victim's families but many of the investigators and others who cannot forgetthe people left wondering is it really over now or not Most especially the families of the 2 victims whose bodies have never been recovered We can only hope that this fresh attention to these killings can trigger the right kind of information coming out and help move this case forward to a conclusion If the responsible people are still alive they need to be caught and made to pay The families need to finally get an outcome This is the second family team of true crime writers I've encountered recently doing such work as I just finished a book by another father and daughter team Bill James and Rachel McCarthy James authors of The Man from the Train due out on September 19 2017 Perhaps it's a new trend in writingMy thanks to NetGalley BlueWater Press and the authors for making the ARC available to me for my review

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A Special Kind Of EvilIme of their lives were the targets But the pattern that stitched this special kind of evil together was like a spider web of theory intrigue and mathematics Then mysteriously the killing spree stopped The nameless predator or predators who stalked the Colonial Parkway stepped back into the mists of time and disappeared Now father daughter true crime authors Blaine Pardoe and Victo. A most excellent bookThis is a thorough coverage of the Colonial Parkway Murders and the investigations of the crimes The murder victims were all young couples the oldest being 27 the youngest 14 who lost their lives to an unknown murderer or murderersOne of the most devastating aspects of the story is that the killer has never been found; therefore there has been no justice for the victims and their families In addition the bodies of one couple have never been recoveredThe number of errors in the book was disturbing to me I noted at least 110 errors This is distracting for the reader and takes away from the uality of the workThis is the most thorough treatment of a true crime story I have read in that the authors stay with the case and do not chase rabbits or include useless information However I thought the Introduction and Foreword or Prologue were both unnecessary and gave away too much of the story110