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Cruel Death

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J. Charles

11 Hours 21 Minutes

Brilliance Audio

July 2009

Audio Book Summary

A life gone murderously wrong…

Erika Sifrit was once a high school basketball star and an honors student. Then she married Navy SEAL Benjamin Sifrit. Some say Erika was abused by “B.J.” Some say she pulled his strings. But by the time they reached Ocean City, MD, Erika was packing a gun in her Coach bag and was caught in the grip of a new American death ride…

A trail of blood and body parts…

In the sun-kissed, sea-swept resort town, a loving couple crossed paths with Erika and B.J. Sifrit. Shortly thereafter, Erika was wearing a bloody wedding ring on her necklace, while what remained of two dismembered vacationers was buried in a Delaware landfill, and a modern-day “Bonnie and Clyde” story was being written – a lurid tale of madness, money, sex and murder…

“[Phelps] shockingly reveals that unimaginable evil sometimes comes in pretty packages.” — Gregg Olsen
“One of our most engaging crime journalists.” — Katherine Ramsland

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  • Anonymous

    Ive listened to a few books by this Author. He seems to use the same narrator....Honestly he is not that bad. Maybe on a road trip or in the car it might not be as eciting as others. I listen to my books at night when I go to bed so maybe I focus more. The story is truly great and the reading is ok. He just isnt as animated. He is just telling the story. Not monotone in anyway just....I guess storytelling. I dont find it bad at all. I truly enjoyed ths book and others by Phelps.

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  • ANH

    The person narrating this story has apparently NEVER heard another human voice. Phellps is either reading this himself or has hired a family member. Those are the only excuses I can think of for why someone with that poor of a voice who speaks in a consistent, boring, drawn out and immensely irritating voice would be allowed to narrate more than one book. Because of the narration this book rates a giant P U

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