The 1940s and 50s—the era of the suburban sprawl—the perfect time to raise a family… or kill. This collection is not for the faint of heart. From the twisted tale of Rhonda Belle Martin, a housewife and mother, who took more than five lives to Janet Christman, a killer whose story sparked a major motion picture as well as made the young people in an entire town refuse to babysit. You’re bound to feel a creepy chill reading this collection. No matter what, you’re going to lose time, lose sleep, and maybe even lose your mind as you dig deep into the twisted thoughts and desires of killers. The team at True Crime Seven discourages reading this collection before bed, as it might impair your ability to sleep due to terror—read at your own risk!
Book Length: Novella - 60-150 Pages