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John Saul [Ann Rule is] the undisputed master crime writer of the eighties and nineties.
Ann Rule is the author of thirty New York Times bestsellers, all of them still in print. Her first bestseller was The Stranger Beside Me, about her personal relationship to infamous serial killer Ted Bundy. A former Seattle police officer, she knows the crime scene firsthand. For more than two decades, she has been a powerful advocate for victims of violent crime. She lives near Seattle. Visit her at AuthorAnnRule.com.See all Product Description
I have always loved Ann Rules books but this one with the main story about that bank robber was not up to her usual talents. It just wasn't as interesting as all the others.Published 19 months ago by Beverly Calder
I am 51 years old and I live in St.Peters, Mo. I am an avid reader and love Ann Rule's books on true crime. Read morePublished on March 14 2004 by Tim Lock
Pathetic.....nothing more than National Enquirer garb.
How much did these maggots make giving information on
people they "thought" they knew? tsk tsk....
It was interesting to pick up a book and read about things that have gone on in my own backyard. I'm from Seattle Washington, the setting of this book is based in the area. Read morePublished on Aug. 14 2002 by Kpall
i'm a true ann rule fan, but this story did not have the spark that her other books have. i was a little disappointed.Published on Aug. 5 2002
This is another great Ann Rule read. I was amazed at how easily things came to this man (Scott) and how easily he threw it all away. Read morePublished on April 30 2002 by Lindsey
Ann Rule's book, The End of the Dream, is an excellent case study of a group of bank robbers that paid the ultimate price for their crimes. Read morePublished on Oct. 8 2001
Ann Rule can do no wrong; her stories are always interesting, however, not quite as complex as the ones the late Thomas Thompson wrote (who is my favorite author for true... Read morePublished on May 27 2001 by Brady Buchanan