Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Review of Ann Rule 

Danger In The Dorm (Retro Ann Rule True Crime Short)

5.0 out of 5 stars Thin line between
This book is a nice introduction to Ann Rule if you want to check out her style of writing and not wanting to invest in a full book.

I'm also happy to see these books come out like this, I am a collector of the True Crime magazines and everyday they seem harder and harder to find, with books like this we get a taste of what was presented in those magazines .

The book is an informative but quick read and also including nice black and white photos enhancing to the true crime experience.

I look forward to any future releases in this format.
Ann Rule is one of the best when it comes to True Crime.

It was 1972, and the Oregon State University campus was considered one of the safest in America. Dorm residents felt so secure that some of them never bothered to lock their doors, unaware of the evil that lurked nearby. Everyone was shocked when the first girl was attacked. Soon there were more assaults. When honor student Nancy Wyckoff was murdered in her dorm room, detectives worked round the clock to catch her killer. But they were stumped when more victims came forward. The attacks did not seem to follow any pattern. DANGER IN THE DORM is one of Ann Rule's earliest true crime stories, published over four decades ago. In this first RETRO ANN RULE TRUE CRIME SHORT, Rule reports on the tragic murder that frightened students on campuses all over Oregon and beyond.

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