But I Trusted You: And Other True Cases

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Wheeler Pub., 2009 - True Crime - 561 pages
30 Reviews
This 14th volume of "New York Times"-bestselling author Rule's True Crime Files series features a chilling collection of real cases where unsuspecting victims have suffered violent crimes--at the hands of a spouse, lover, family member, or a helpful stranger. of photos. Original.

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My only complaint would be the pictures. - Goodreads
Ann Rule is the best true crime writer there is. - Goodreads
She is a great true crime writer. - Goodreads

Review: But I Trusted You and Other True Cases (Crime Files #14)

User Review  - Sharon - Goodreads

Ann Rule is the best true crime writer there is. In this book, she reviews 7 unsolved cases, each one more mysterious than the last. Her special gift is relating all the known facts of the case ... Read full review

Review: But I Trusted You and Other True Cases (Crime Files #14)

User Review  - Annmbray - Goodreads

Didn't find this one as compelling as her other books. Seemed like just a hodgepodge of cases collected together under the notion that those you trust can turn on you. Seemed like a bit of a struggle to really tie these together. Read full review

About the author (2009)

Ann Rule was born on October 22, 1935 in Lowell, Michigan. She was surrounded by family following careers in law enforcement. Her grandfather and uncle were sheriffs in Michigan, another uncle was a medical examiner and a cousin was a prosecutor. She spent her summers with her grandparents doing volunteer work in the local jail. She eventually graduated from Coatesville High School then attended the University of Washington. She majored in creative writing, along with minors in criminology, penology and psychology. She extended her education for two more years at High Line Community College by taking criminal courses such as crime scene investigation, to include photography, police administration and several others. After proving her ability in several magazines, including Master Detective, Inside Detective, Front Page Detective, and Office Detective she was invited to start writing under her own name instead of the male name she was using, but decided to keep the pen name at that time in the interest of protection for herself and her family from her subjects. She came to prominence with her first book, The Stranger Beside Me, about serial killer Ted Bundy. At the time she started researching the book, the murders were still unsolved. In the course of time, it became clear that the killer was Bundy, her friend and previous colleague on the suicide hotline at the King County Crisis Clinic. She has also met and interviewed a number of other serial killers in the course of researching her books. Rule has been writing full-time since 1969 and has published more than 20 books and 1,400 articles, and she also teaches seminars to law enforcement groups. She was also part of the task force that created VI-CAP a computer tracking system designed to identify serial killers.

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