The stranger beside me
by Rule, Ann.
|Format:||Print Book 2001|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
Ann Rule was a writer working on the biggest story of her life, tracking down a brutal mass-murderer. Little did she know that the young man who was her close friend was the savage slayer she was hunting.Ted Bundy was everyone's picture of a natural "winner"-handsome, charming, brilliant in law school, successful with women, on the verge of a dazzling career. On January 24, 1989, Ted Bundy was executed for the murders of three young women; he had also confessed to taking the lives of at least thirty-five more young women from coast to coast. This is his story written by a woman who thought she knew Ted Bundy-until she began to pull all the evidence together, and the whole terrifying picture emerged from the dark depths."Ted Bundy was to me like the younger brother I had lost…There can be no happy ending, but I have tried to explain what made Ted run, his good side, and the bleak compulsion that destroyed him."-Ann Rule, author of The Stranger Beside Me
Murderers -- United States -- Biography.
Murder -- United States.
Serial murderers -- United States -- Biography.
Serial murders -- United States -- Case studies.
|Publisher|| New York :Signet,2001
|Edition||20th anniversary ed., [updated].|
xi, 548 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm