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  • Ann Rule - True Crimes

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    3 posts, 3 voices, 680 views, started May 26, 2009

    Posted on Tuesday, May 26, 2009 by Robin15728

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    • Amethyst
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      I’m always reading Ann Rule, she is a really great writer.  She writes true crime stories.  Most of her stories come from her work in Washington the State.  Sometimes people surprise me in the things they do, as somethings they do I could never do myself (i.e. murder someone, befriend them and steal all their money, etc.) but a lot of her characters totally blow my mind on the types of things they do.  I am truly not much of a reader (I prefer to write) but her books keep me turning the pages like crazy.

      The current book I’m reading is called “Every Breath You Take“, it is a really good book.  I highly recommend you check out any one of her books, you won’t be disappointed.

      Happy Reading!

      P.S. Please let me know what you think if anyone ever reads here stuff, I would love to hear what people think of her stories compared to other true crime writers... I’ve never read anyone else’s books on this subject so I’m curious to hear what you think.

      Thanks,
      Robin

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          Mztracy wrote May 26, 2009
        • I have read probably most of her books. I am a huge true crime kind of girl.
          I think she gets to the heart of the matter. She becomes involved with the families and writes from her heart!  

          She is my fav!



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