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Theodore Robert Bundy is America’s most infamous serial killer, the horribly depraved sex slayer of at least 39 young women and adolescent girls. Yet, this was no wild-eyed madman, no hunched gargoyle, foaming at the mouth to warn us of his bad intentions. This was a handsome, talented and articulate young man, an honors graduate for whom a bright future was predicted. Thi Theodore Robert Bundy is America’s most infamous serial killer, the horribly depraved sex slayer of at least 39 young women and adolescent girls. Yet, this was no wild-eyed madman, no hunched gargoyle, foaming at the mouth to warn us of his bad intentions. This was a handsome, talented and articulate young man, an honors graduate for whom a bright future was predicted. This was a rising star in the Republican Party who might well have achieved his ambition of high political office.What then turned Bundy into the monster he became, a demon in the guise of an ordinary man? In this chilling new work, bestselling true crime author Robert Keller tackles the enigma, delving deep into the killer’s motivations, psychology and deadly methodology, much of it taken from the words of Bundy himself. Warning!: Bundy: Portrait of a Serial Killer will keep you awake at night. It is not recommended for the squeamish or faint of heart. ˃˃˃˃˃˃˃˃˃ Scroll up to grab your copy of Bundy: Portrait of a Serial Killer Book Series by Robert Keller Most of my works cover serial killers, while the “Murder Most Vile” series covers individual true crime stories. These are the main collections; American Monsters 50 American Serial Killers You’ve Probably Never Heard Of Murder Most Vile Human Monsters British Monsters Australian Monsters Canadian Monsters German Monsters Cannibal Killers Plus various other standalone books, including the The Deadly Dozen, which is available as a free download on Amazon, and Serial Killers Unsolved, which you can get for free when signing up to my mailing list. Robert Keller’s True Crime eBook Categories: Serial Killers True Crime Serial Killer Biographies Murder and Mayhem True Murder Cases Serial Killer Case Files True Crime Short Stories


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Theodore Robert Bundy is America’s most infamous serial killer, the horribly depraved sex slayer of at least 39 young women and adolescent girls. Yet, this was no wild-eyed madman, no hunched gargoyle, foaming at the mouth to warn us of his bad intentions. This was a handsome, talented and articulate young man, an honors graduate for whom a bright future was predicted. Thi Theodore Robert Bundy is America’s most infamous serial killer, the horribly depraved sex slayer of at least 39 young women and adolescent girls. Yet, this was no wild-eyed madman, no hunched gargoyle, foaming at the mouth to warn us of his bad intentions. This was a handsome, talented and articulate young man, an honors graduate for whom a bright future was predicted. This was a rising star in the Republican Party who might well have achieved his ambition of high political office.What then turned Bundy into the monster he became, a demon in the guise of an ordinary man? In this chilling new work, bestselling true crime author Robert Keller tackles the enigma, delving deep into the killer’s motivations, psychology and deadly methodology, much of it taken from the words of Bundy himself. Warning!: Bundy: Portrait of a Serial Killer will keep you awake at night. It is not recommended for the squeamish or faint of heart. ˃˃˃˃˃˃˃˃˃ Scroll up to grab your copy of Bundy: Portrait of a Serial Killer Book Series by Robert Keller Most of my works cover serial killers, while the “Murder Most Vile” series covers individual true crime stories. These are the main collections; American Monsters 50 American Serial Killers You’ve Probably Never Heard Of Murder Most Vile Human Monsters British Monsters Australian Monsters Canadian Monsters German Monsters Cannibal Killers Plus various other standalone books, including the The Deadly Dozen, which is available as a free download on Amazon, and Serial Killers Unsolved, which you can get for free when signing up to my mailing list. Robert Keller’s True Crime eBook Categories: Serial Killers True Crime Serial Killer Biographies Murder and Mayhem True Murder Cases Serial Killer Case Files True Crime Short Stories

30 review for Bundy: Portrait of a Serial Killer

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tamatha Baker

    I hate to say it but I'm glad I only borrowed this book When you're looking at the description of this book you read warnings about how it's graphic or so in depth ( not sure of the exact wording, but you can get the point). I believe it even said if you have read other books on Bundy, and I have read many, that you should still read this book. Well I'm here to tell you the only thing that any avid Bundy reader may learn from this book is the name and ages of victims that may have been committed I hate to say it but I'm glad I only borrowed this book When you're looking at the description of this book you read warnings about how it's graphic or so in depth ( not sure of the exact wording, but you can get the point). I believe it even said if you have read other books on Bundy, and I have read many, that you should still read this book. Well I'm here to tell you the only thing that any avid Bundy reader may learn from this book is the name and ages of victims that may have been committed by Bundy but never have been. I hate to give bad reviews on books but with all the hype they use to get you to buy it, I feel I should let you know what your getting. Its just a normal account of Bundy's life and crimes written in a condensed version so it's a quick read. I do enjoy Robert Keller's writings this one just fell short.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Shane

    Informative but extremely biased I had a very well thought out review for this book, but unfortunately, all I had written had been erased. That being said, I will be quick in this review. In hindsight, this book is a great starter as far as Ted Bundy goes. It highlights the big events that took place. It's also a good read it you're just looking for the facts of the murders that took place. The issue I have, however, is that this doesn't really tell you who Ted Bundy was. It never fails to remind Informative but extremely biased I had a very well thought out review for this book, but unfortunately, all I had written had been erased. That being said, I will be quick in this review. In hindsight, this book is a great starter as far as Ted Bundy goes. It highlights the big events that took place. It's also a good read it you're just looking for the facts of the murders that took place. The issue I have, however, is that this doesn't really tell you who Ted Bundy was. It never fails to remind you that he was a "psychopath" and certainly depicts him as a monster. But it does fail to remind you that he was also human. It's obvious in the way Bundy had been painted and, of course he wasn't a good person, but there's clear hatred written between the lines that undoubtedly affects the reader's interpretation. It's disappointing because all we really understand from this is that he's a bad person and that's it, there's no more to the story. That isn't true and my suggestion is that, if you're like me and want to dig deeper into the mind of Ted Bundy, don't let this be your only source, because there is so much more information that can appease your curiosity. It's a great start, but the truth of who Ted Bundy is just isn't that simple.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tom Stretton

    The chilling true story of the most notorious serial killer of all time. Theodore Robert Bundy. That name has sent a chill down the spines of millions of people over the last 40+ years. He brutally murdered at least 36 women and girls during the 1970's and used his natural charm, good looks and intelligence to lure his victims into his domain before raping and killing them in a fashion that is far more brutal than could ever be displayed in a Hollywood movie. Robert Keller tells the story of thi The chilling true story of the most notorious serial killer of all time. Theodore Robert Bundy. That name has sent a chill down the spines of millions of people over the last 40+ years. He brutally murdered at least 36 women and girls during the 1970's and used his natural charm, good looks and intelligence to lure his victims into his domain before raping and killing them in a fashion that is far more brutal than could ever be displayed in a Hollywood movie. Robert Keller tells the story of this world famous psychopath in probably the best form I've read yet. It starts from his birth, giving the reader details of his troubled upbringing and follows right through his reign of terror throughout the 1970's and up to his ultimate execution by electrocution in 1989.

  4. 5 out of 5

    The Bookworms Nook

    This book is a well detailed account of Bundy's murders. I have watched documentaries about the murders before but the book gave more details. It also gives details on Bundy's escapes and a little about the trials. In addition at the back are details of other murders that he may or may not have done. But his involvement in these was suspected because of the similar causes of death and he had been in the area at the time also. There is also a section at the back with suggestions of further readin This book is a well detailed account of Bundy's murders. I have watched documentaries about the murders before but the book gave more details. It also gives details on Bundy's escapes and a little about the trials. In addition at the back are details of other murders that he may or may not have done. But his involvement in these was suspected because of the similar causes of death and he had been in the area at the time also. There is also a section at the back with suggestions of further reading material. I found the book very interesting if harrowing to read as a woman myself. I would say if violence scares you this is not the book for you as it's not graphic as such but the description of the causes of death are unpleasant to read about.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tracy

    3.5 stars Although this is short, it’s concise, and includes details that other stories of Bundy don’t, i.e. graphic details. I feel this is important, because lately he seems to have a lot of ‘fans’ that seem to believe that he was a handsome murderer. He was in fact a psychopathic necrophile who I saw not in the least admirable.

  6. 5 out of 5

    DiNKi Reads

    What an insightful taste into the life of Ted Bundy. I really enjoyed reading this book. However for me, it was a bit one sided. I would have liked to have read more about Ted Bundy himself. To build a picture of the man himself. However if you're just interested in the facts as they are, this book is worth the read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Carl Deskins,III

    A review of an outstanding book of true crime entitled BUNDY:PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER I reviewed this book because it is a true crime and it intends to answer all questions related to a description of serial killer that answers all questions!!!!! I would recommend this book to anyone !!!!!!!!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Joanne

    A very good book on the life and crimes of Ted Bundy. The only thing stopping me from giving it 5 stars is that it could have done with better editing as I noticed some grammatical errors, but not bad enough to make it difficult to read, just silly little mistakes really. Still an interesting reading

  9. 4 out of 5

    nereida f perez

    Bundy: Portrait of a Serial Killer This book was very precise and did not deviate into character analysis except with the main subject. I would recommend this book to anyone that's interested in the workings of a perverse mind and fascinated with the tenacity of law enforcement to catch and punish them.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Anna Hope

    Quick Read This provide a solid base of the crimes committed by Ted Bundy. If you are curious, this gives you a decent understanding of his timeline and discusses the victims of his crimes.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Allen

    I was slightly disappointed that a lot of the book seemed rushed , it was my first about ted bundy and his life and I thought there would be more to it than there was . It’s great if you want a quick read about what he had done

  12. 4 out of 5

    Autumn Campbell

    This book was intriguing, but there were so many errors within it that it distracted from the reading. Also, there was some information that was repeated, and some that I feel was left out and could have been incorporated.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lee

    A good starting point for reading about Bundy, despite it being rather short in page length. Many pages, however, were inexplicably blank when moving onto a new chapter, when the chapter could have been on said pages.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sena

    A well researched account I have to commend The accuracy of this book. There were several scares to think about, as I live within the radius of his Utah killings. I poses the basic local knowledge of those crimes. This book helped me understand the other atrocities.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ilecia Baboolal

    What’s the point This is just a synopsis of the Ted Bundy murders. Not for anyone that has read extensively on this serial killer. Maybe useful for someone who has heard of him for the first time.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sandy James

    Disappointing This book is really just a rehash of the Bundy saga. Some minor inaccuracies and a few misused words (such as "fore" instead of "four." ) A fast read, but not much substance beyond what you can find on Wikipedia.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Brendan McKenna

    Not as good as many of the others on the infamy of Ted Bundy. It skated over some of the crimes and I'm glad it wasn't a book Id purchased

  18. 4 out of 5

    Crissy

    A quick read Available free on kindle so it was ok. Quickly finished as it was not very detailed - basically just a factual list of his crimes but worth a read

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tracey

    Ted Bundy was truly a monster!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Sherman

    Alright. This book was alright. Bunch of stuff I already knew. So not a lot of surprising stuff in the book.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Brown

    Wonderful reading! I've read a few books about Ted Bundy. This one has a lot of detail and tons of information. Great book!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Crystal Chesters

    Fantastic read This was addicting. It covered the entire timeline and was so filled with knowledge from an unbiased area. Definitely worth the read

  23. 4 out of 5

    Chloe Sandall

    👍 Great read for anyone who is fascinated with serial killers! Love these books, thank you! Robert Keller is one of my favourite authors

  24. 4 out of 5

    samantha bucknall

    Fascinating This is defiantly a good read. It's to the point, with as much detail as possible. Well worth the time

  25. 5 out of 5

    C.c

    Great Read Good read and informative. Really easy to read and in-depth. A must read for anybody interested in learning more about Ted Bundy

  26. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Baysinger

  27. 4 out of 5

    Radia Carr

  28. 4 out of 5

    Carley

  29. 5 out of 5

    Valerie Tromans

  30. 4 out of 5

    Alec Butcher

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