Possession

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Simon and Schuster, Aug 1, 1997 - Fiction - 384 pages
31 Reviews
When Danny and Joanne Lindstrom's camping trip in the Cascade mountains goes terribly awry, beautiful younge Joanne is left alone and stranded in the savage wilderness. Her last hope is to rely on another camper, a tall stranger who seems to know the forest and the dangers there all too well. Without him, she will surely die; with him, her future is as unpredictable as the lowering clouds that envelop the mountain. He asks only that she trust him...totally.
  

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Ann Rule is wonderful true crime writer - Goodreads
An ok story, but certainly not her best writing. - Goodreads
I think this is Ann Rule's only fictional writing. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Toni - Goodreads

An ok story, but certainly not her best writing. In general, I think Ann does a better job with fact, instead of fiction. Her character development was lacking a bit in this one. Read full review

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User Review  - Celia - Goodreads

It is not my kind of book. I friend gave it to me. However, the people and the psychology of the characters is much more complex and interesting that is usually the case with this type of book. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
3
Section 3
35
Section 4
45
Section 5
83
Section 6
100
Section 7
113
Section 8
126
Section 16
217
Section 17
225
Section 18
246
Section 19
258
Section 20
270
Section 21
293
Section 22
307
Section 23
326

Section 9
142
Section 10
153
Section 11
166
Section 12
172
Section 13
184
Section 14
191
Section 15
198
Section 24
330
Section 25
337
Section 26
339
Section 27
367
Section 28
371
Section 29
373
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Ann Rule is a former Seattle policewoman and the author of more than two dozen New York Times bestsellers. She is a certified instructor for police training seminars and lectures frequently to law enforcement officers, prosecutors, and forensic science organizations, including the FBI. For more than two decades, she has been a powerful advocate for victims of violent crime. A graduate of the University of Washington, she holds a Ph.D. in Humane Letters from Willamette University. She lives near Seattle and can be contacted through her website AnnRules.com.

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