Not Ann Rule's best effort. The main story was too long - could have easily been ... errr... chopped in half.
I didn't like that some of these didn't show dates or had assumed names of the "players" in the stories - this is supposed to true crime. For instance, I wanted to know more about one of the cases and what happened afterwards, but I couldn't because I couldn't find any information - no date, no names. This kind of defeats the purpose of true crime, in my opinion.
Anyway, it was good, just not her best and it annoyed me.
I didn't like this one as much as her earlier ones. Some of the shorter stories seemed like they were just filler.
This is number 11 of Ann Rule's crime files. There are 7 stories and photos. The first and last of the stories are, in my opinion, the best.
I was just as disappointed in this book as I was with her last one. The first story seemed long, drawn out and full of unnecessary information. The rest of the stories just seemed flat. I feel like Ann Rule is falling back on her name to sell books, instead of doing what she use to do so well.
It was the usual Ann Rule book. I prefer her earlier ones.