In her latest collection of fascinating case studies, former Seattle policewoman and bestselling author Ann Rule confirms her status as the Queen of True Crime. The title story is a gripping account of the shocking murder of Adrianne Jones by Diane Zamora and David Graham, students at the Naval Academy and the Air Force Academy. This and other cases from her personal files bear the stamp of Ann Rule that makes her books such extraordinary page-turners.
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Ann Rule is one of the foremost true crime authors and lecturers in the United States. A former policewoman in Seattle, she shot to prominence with her 2-million-copy-selling THE STRANGER BESIDE ME, an account of her relationship with serial killer Ted Bundy.Review:
The undisputed master crime writer of the Eighties and Nineties John Saul No writer in America has ever probed the dark heart of a killer so deeply Edna Buchanan Master of the true-crime genre Chicago Tribune
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Book Description Bantam Doubleday Dell, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111568656335