Lust Killer

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New American Library, 1983 - True Crime - 238 pages
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To his neighbors, Jerry Brudo was a gentle man whose mild manner contrasted with his awesome physical strength. To his employers, Jerry was a fine worker. To his wife, he was a good husband. And to the Oregon police, Jerry Brudo was the most hideously twisted killer they had ever unmasked.

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User Review  - NemesisClaws - LibraryThing

I'm very curious to know why the killer's mother didn't want him when she realized she was having a second son. I mean, the author doesn't really say why in this novel, but it's clear that the mother ... Read full review

Lust Killer

User Review  - mrscaddy01 - Overstock.com

Another great Ann Rule book. She really brings the characters to life and tells a gripping tale. I felt sorry for Brudos wife and hope she had a decent life after he went to prison. Hope her children are okay. Read full review

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About the author (1983)

Ann Rule has drawn on her experience as a former policewoman to become one of America s top true-crime writers. The author of over 1,000 articles and numerous books, she has lectured widely to law-enforcement schools and agencies. She has also serves as a consultant to the FBI s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (VI-CAP), which is used to track and apprehend violent criminals. Her bestselling books, Lust Killer, The Want-Ad Killer, The I-5 Killer, and Small Sacrifices, are available in Signet editions.

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