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Category: Nonfiction: True Crime
Average Rating: 4.0
An account of the brutal crimes of Dayton Leroy Rogers describes how Rogers, known as a respected Oregon businessman, abducted women and forced them into sadistic bondage games, ending in mutilation and death.
This is a well organized, thorough description of this case and as much as is known about Dayton Rogers. Unfortunately, Rogers refuses to talk, so little is known about what all he actually did and what motivates him. What is known comes from survivors of his extraordinarily evil acts.
Dan Orders managed to read the words, most (but not all) of them correctly. He consistently mispronounced some words. He did make an attempt to distinguish dialog with unique voicing, but it sounded forced and awkward. His performance was barely adequate.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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