Ann RuleAnn Rae Rule (née Stackhouse; October 22, 1931 – July 26, 2015) was an American author of true crime books and articles. She is best-known for ''The Stranger Beside Me'' (1980), about the serial killer Ted Bundy with whom Rule worked and whom she considered a friend, but was later revealed to be a murderer. Rule was also known for her book ''Small Sacrifices'', about Oregon child murderer Diane Downs. Many of Rule's books center on murder cases that occurred in the Pacific Northwest and her adopted home state of Washington. Provided by Wikipedia
In the still of the night : the strange death of Ronda Reynolds and her mother's unceasing quest for the truth /
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Three classic volumes from the crime files of Ann Rule : A rose for her grave, You belong to me, A fever in the heart, and other true cases /
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