I Am Cain

I Am Cain Chronicles the terrifying murder of newlyweds Nancy and Richard Langert who were shot to death in their basement in April and the investigation that lead to the identity of their killer a man

  • Title: I Am Cain
  • Author: Gera-Lind Kolarik Wayne Klatt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Chronicles the terrifying murder of newlyweds Nancy and Richard Langert, who were shot to death in their basement in April, 1990, and the investigation that lead to the identity of their killer a man they both knew well.

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    1. Well Bought this one on amazon for a good price and glad I did.Also very glad I decided to not read the first chapter because way too many true crime authors think the reader likes to know who did what and why from the beginning.Read the first chapter later and glad I skipped it. Boy it as really a great book because I did not know who did it so it was exciting to read about the police investigation.One chapter left but yes I would read more book written by these 2 authors.

    2. This is kind of an old story, but it was compelling. It's a scary story, about how a killer doesn't always look, or act, like a monster. They are hiding among usl the time. It's a sad story, about how someone can completely and totally disregard the life of another. David Biro is a scary guy and I'm glad he's no longer out there.

    3. True Story of EvilOne of the best books I have read about the subject. I could not put the book down. A great read considering the subject. Recommend this book to those interested in true crime as well as first time readers.

    4. crazy intriguingvery spellbinding work. well told thought out and told with great detail. holding the inteeest of the reader. good read

    5. I have to admit that true crime books are my guilty pleasure reading. I was drawn to this particular one because the murder occurred in the affluent suburb (Winnetka, Illinois) where I went to high school and the crime was committed by someone who went to my high school (and I knew personally). Like most true crime books, it lacks subtlety and is poorly-written, maybe worse than average, because particularly the pacing was lacking. If I didn't have a personal connection to the crime at hand, I p [...]

    6. Nonfiction North Shore murder.True crime fansis is for you! A complete start to finish great read.Maybe because I used to live in the same area, it was so interesting, and having gone to New Trier with some of the police officers and remembering the streets and shops, it seemed very vivid. Great photos also.

    7. I read this book when I was in junior high school, The first true crime book I had ever read. The murder happened in Winnetka, and I had grown up in neighboring Glencoe: it was so provocative to hear the names of streets and restaurants and schools that were regular fixtures in my daily life listed off as the background of a heinous crime.

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