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Publication Order of True Crime Case Histories Books

True Crime Case Histories, Volume 1 (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
True Crime Case Histories, Volume 2 (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
True Crime Case Histories, Volume 3 (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
True Crime: British Killers - A Prequel (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
True Crime Case Histories; Volume 4 (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
True Crime Case Histories, Volume 5 (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
True Crime Case Histories - Volume 6 (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
True Crime Case Histories - Volume 7 (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
True Crime Case Histories - Volume 8 (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
True Crime Case Histories - Volume 9 (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
True Crime Case Histories - Volume 10 (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
True Crime Case Histories - Volume 11 (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
True Crime Case Histories - Volume 12 (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
True Crime Case Histories - Volume 13 (2024)Description / Buy at Amazon

Jason Neal is a true crime bestselling author from Hawaii. He is best known as the author of the “Disturbing True Crime Stories” series of novels.
The author grew up in Seattle during the 1980s and it was at this time that he would become fascinated with true crime stories.

His interest in the genre came from the “Green River Killer” who had wreaked havoc killing several people very close to the suburb where he lived.

Over several years he read everything he could find on serial killers and true crime. He always wanted to become an author but for decades he did nothing about it.
As he was approaching 50 he began to assemble stories of the many cases which had so fascinated him through the years.

Jason Neal had a particular obsession with serial killer and true crime cases which had been solved by groundbreaking technology such as DNA, amazing police work, reverse genealogy, and sheer luck.
Jason began his writing career in 1989 when he first worked as a publisher in the music industry. But it was not until 2019 that he published his first true crime collection which would become a bestseller.
He usually connects with his readers through social media profiles on Facebook, Bookbub, and Goodreads and through his website.

“Volume 1 of the True Crime Case Histories” introduces the gripping world of true crime. This first novel which was published in 2019 is an exploration of some of the most shocking and disturbing murder cases ever recorded.
Unlike many sanitized versions that you will see in true crime documentaries, television crime shows and news stories, it does not pull punches as it exposes the harrowing details of each case.

The author takes a deep dive into the bizarre and lays bare the boundaries of human depravity. Jason Neal painstakingly includes unfiltered and full accounts of the crimes no matter how sickening it is.
Within the pages of the collection, there are all manner of stories that will both disturb and captivate you.

It takes its readers from the disturbing account of a fundamentalist evangelical Christian who commits horrific acts of violence against his loved one as he tries to protect his leadership position in the church.
Then there is the spine-chilling tale of a man who inflates his wife like a balloon using a grease gun.

What I found very interesting even if shocking is the story of the small-town doctor who performs surgery on himself in an attempt not to be sent to prison after being charged with a heinous act of sexual assault.

“Volume 2 of the True Crime Case Histories” is another work with some very gruesome stories just like the first novel of the series. If you want to read about humanity at its worst, then there is no better volume than this one.
While many stories in the news and TV crime shows usually gloss over the particularly horrible parts, this will not leave out anything.

These are novels that include the case of some of the worst people to ever walk the Earth such as Robert Napper, Mark Twitchell, Lester Jones, Howard Elkins, and Albert Johnson Walker.

Some of the stories include a homeowner who was cleaning out the crawl space beneath his home when he stumbled upon a fifty-five-gallon barrel which is key to unlocking a three-decade-old murder.
There is the case of the young man who became so obsessed with “Dexter,” the TV show, that he began luring unsuspecting victims to a kill room and then kept a meticulous diary of his many kills.
One of the more interesting ones is the killing of a young and beautiful mother in a London Park during the day with her two-year-old son, the only witness to the crime.
Police would then spend several years trying to arrest the wrong man while the man they need to catch commits another murder.

“Volume 3 of the True Crime Case Histories” features 12 stories that are just as gruesome and horrific as the rest.

Just like in the other novels, Jason Neal does not hold back as he showcases the horror and brutality of true crimes committed. Regardless of how gruesome a crime may be he provides an accurate and clear report with no glossing over the facts.
He provides a real picture of just how demented some killers can be which is something that TV documentaries and TV shows may sometimes fail to capture.

This work comes with longer stories, an online appendix, documents, videos, many photos, and several bonus chapters.

Some interesting stories include that of the violent psychopath referred to as “The Canal Killer” who cut off the feet, hands, and head of his girlfriend that he then dumped in the canals of Rotterdam and London.
There is the story of a young woman driven by jealousy who poisons her rich socialite’s friend’s coffee with cyanide.

One of the most interesting even if gruesome was that of the drug kingpin who decapitated one of his dealers and then went around carrying his head in a Home Depot bucket.

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