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Freed to Kill

By: Gera-Lind Kolarik,Wayne Klatt
Narrated by: Joseph B. Kearns
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Summary

An account of the murdering spree of Larry Eyler, who kidnapped, tortured, and killed at least 23 young men, describes how Eyler managed to evade capture for three years, his apprehension, and his release on a technicality.

©1990 Gera-Lind Kolarik w/ Wayne Klatt (P)2015 GeraLind Kolarik w/ Wayne Klatt

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Great book lots of full knowledge 1 of the best true crime book I’ve ever met

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  • 21-05-17

Terrible Narration

What would have made Freed to Kill better?

A slower paced more conversational narration such as Kevin Pierce, this was so fast, I often had to go back and listen to remember people's names, go back and determine it was a transcript question answer in the middle of a chapter interrupting the flow

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

I'm not sure, I didn't finish it. I bought the print version so I'll be able to read it on my own.

What didn’t you like about Joseph B. Kearns’s performance?

A slower paced more conversational narration such as Kevin Pierce, this was so fast, I often had to go back and listen to remember people's names, go back and determine it was a transcript question answer in the middle of a chapter interrupting the flow

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