The World's Most Mysterious Unsolved Crimes! (True Crime Series, #3)

The World's Most Mysterious Unsolved Crimes! (True Crime Series, #3)

by Alex Pined

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The World's Most Mysterious Unsolved Crimes! (True Crime Series, #3) by Alex Pined

Join us in a look at the world’s most notorious unsolved crimes!

Crime has always been of interest to people and when it is unable to be solved, it becomes even more interesting. This book will take a look at some of the more famous crimes that have been committed in recent memory and the facts which don’t always point to a logical conclusion.

You will discover the inside view on these crimes and much more information about what took place. It can spark your imagination and if you look closely, you may be able to solve a crime that was previously considered unsolvable!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152670363
Publisher: Shaharm Publications
Publication date: 12/09/2015
Series: True Crime Series , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 205,952
File size: 847 KB

About the Author

Throwing himself deep into researching the criminal world, Alex Pined has seen and heard it all. Alex is a writer who documents and explains some of the world’s more macabre crimes and has unravelled the most gruesome and shocking discoveries about humanity. 

His books aim to throw you deep into the minds of these criminals and psychopaths and uncover the events surrounding their moment of folly. Discover the facts and you will be stunned at the gravity of these crimes. 

All events are non-fictitious and his books range from the most terrifying psychopaths and lethal ladies to the world's most daring robberies.

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The World's Most Mysterious Unsolved Crimes! (True Crime Series, #3) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mr. Pined covers some interesting cases in this book, however his grammar leaves a bit to be desired. I felt like I was reading a junior high student's book report. Can I be your editor, please?