Without Pity: Ann Rule's Most Dangerous Killers

Without Pity Ann Rule s Most Dangerous Killers THEY KILL WITHOUT CONSCIENCE ANN RULE PORTRAYS THEIR SHATTERING CRIMES WITHOUT PITY In eight stunning Case Files volumes from A Rose for Her Grave to the blockbuster Last Dance Last Chance Ann Ru

  • Title: Without Pity: Ann Rule's Most Dangerous Killers
  • Author: Ann Rule
  • ISBN: 9780743448673
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Paperback
  • THEY KILL WITHOUT CONSCIENCE ANN RULE PORTRAYS THEIR SHATTERING CRIMES WITHOUT PITY In eight stunning Case Files volumes, from A Rose for Her Grave to the 1 blockbuster Last Dance, Last Chance, Ann Rule reigns as America s best true crime writer Kirkus Reviews Now, she updates the most astonishing cases from that acclaimed series and presents shocking, all newTHEY KILL WITHOUT CONSCIENCE ANN RULE PORTRAYS THEIR SHATTERING CRIMES WITHOUT PITY In eight stunning Case Files volumes, from A Rose for Her Grave to the 1 blockbuster Last Dance, Last Chance, Ann Rule reigns as America s best true crime writer Kirkus Reviews Now, she updates the most astonishing cases from that acclaimed series and presents shocking, all new true crime accounts in one riveting anthology In every explosive chapter of Without Pity, Ann Rule deepens her unrelenting exploration of the evil that lies behind the perfect facades of heartless killersd the deadly compulsions of greed and power that shatter their outward trappings of material success They are the admired, trusted neighbor the affable family man the sexy, charismatic lover the high achieving professional Perhaps most frightening of all is that they are heroes in their own minds But when someone gets in the way of their deluded dreams, they are capable of deadly acts of violence with no remorse Analyzing the true nature of the sociopathic mind in chilling detail, Ann Rule traces the murderous crimes of seemingly ordinary men killers who drew their unsuspecting victims into their twisted worlds with devastating consequences.

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    1. I don't understand why I am drawn to these true crime books, but I am. Most of her stories go back to crimes from the 60s and 70s. This was not my first time reading her, and it won't be my last. I just don't broadcast this weakness (except on ).

    2. I read this when I was in school. I remember suspecting everyone I knew of being sociopaths. Truly Gripping and Horrifyingly tragic, in most cases, this one's for all the true crime fans out there!Looking forward to reading 'The Stranger beside me.' If only i could get my hands on it!!

    3. This book is mostly reprints from Ann Rule's Crime Files vols. 1-8, but it includes three new cases, and several of the reprints have updates.The reprints are:*"Campbell's Revenge" (A Rose for Her Grave and Other True Cases)*"One Trick Pony" (You Belong to Me and Other True Crime Cases)*"The Last Letter" (You Belong to Me and Other True Crime Cases)*"I'll Love You Forever" (A Fever in the Heart and Other True Cases)*"Murder & the Proper Housewife" (In the Name of Love and Other True Cases)*" [...]

    4. I love the way Ann gives background information on both victim and killer. It's as much a psychological study as criminal.

    5. OH MY GOD DON'T READ THIS WHEN IT'S DARK OUT.*shudders*(And definitely triggers for sexual assault and violence against women - I managed it just fine with a few episodes of skimming really fast, but I generally do okay with Ann Rule books. I think it's because she has such compassion for the victims and isn't nearly as graphic in her descriptions as she could be.)I need a really fluffy book now.

    6. Short stories, many from other compilations (so noted in the ToC). Better than average anthology, and she has updated a couple of the stories to the time of this book's publication.

    7. Well it doesn't enhance my faith in humanity at all, but if you are in a short-format true-crime mood and like Ann Rule's style, this is a good read. She includes somewhat judge-y introductions and sometimes updates to each of the stories; some are familiar from her books and others are new. Need to move on to a happier book now.

    8. Ann Rule's stories are always interesting but this was a poorly edited book. In one story, a man was murdered in November of 1973. A page later, it happened in November 1974. A page later, describing the murder victim, he 'got into some trouble in the summer of 1975.' Interesting, considering he was dead. This wasn't the only error either.

    9. Journalist and novelist Ann Rule has compiled in one book a few of the more interesting cases she's reported on in her years as a crime reporter. Most of these cases took place in the states of Washington and Oregon in the 1960's and 70's. She also mentions that she had occasion to work with and know socially Ted Bundy who was later found to be the serial killer of at least 30 women.These cases read like thrillers and one particular one, is almost funny. "Without Pity" is testimony to the saying [...]

    10. Why did i read this book? It was in a bag of books a friend gave me, and I had never read Ann Rule.Her true crime stories are intriging, scary and for me morbidly facinating. I want to say that it's hard to believe there are such evil humans out there, but that would be naive. I only hope that i never meet such a person.Ms. Rule is a prolific writer and i have great admiration for herat she can write about these people and not have horrible nightmares.

    11. Intriguing, but the stories leave me wanting to know more. I tried to look up some of the cases online to read newspaper reports from the time of the incidents, and to find out whatever happened to the players. But, since Rule (understandably) uses pseudonyms for some of the people involved, it's difficult to research.

    12. These stories by Ann Rule are really unbelievble. It makes you wonder why we humans do the things we do to other humans. Some of these stories have never been solved, some have been. This is a book well worth reading.J. Robert Ewbank author "John Wesley, Natural Man, and the Isms" "Wesley's Wars" and "To Whom It May Concern"

    13. This boook includes a number of summaries of true crime tales from Ann Rule. With the short summary format, it is hard to get into any character development, or any suspenseful story-telling, so it ends up as just a straight-forward "here's what happened" collection.I found myself bored with the lack of anything interesting, and I find that I am moving away from true-crime altogether.

    14. Ann is such a good writer when it comes to True Crime. I know that most of her time was spent in the Washington area but I would love if she wrote about other areas. I'd also love if she wrote newer crimes as well!

    15. I really like Ann Rule--Her true crime books are fascinating and I think they are more scary than some of the fiction books because they really happened. Sometimes just a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong timemething to think about

    16. These were new stories of Ann Rule, for me. I had not read them. I don't know why I am interested in true crime sometimes. I guess because it shows human nature. And truth is stranger than fiction. I did enjoy this book.

    17. I pick it up and put it down. It's for when I am in the mood for True Crime. And it's very well written. I like her collections of stories versus her single books on single cases. The shorter writing is more effective and easier to read.

    18. took me a little longer to get into this but once I did it was very good.I would recommend it to anyone that enjoys the true crime books!! I haven't found an Ann Rule book that I haven't enjoyed.Looking forward to the next one!!

    19. Another great book by Ann Rule. An eye-opening compilation of true crime, which details the lives of those shattered by murderers and confirms the legitimacy of trusting your gut instinct and putting safety first. If something doesn't seem right, it probably is not. Definitely recommend!

    20. ANOTHER GREAT BOOK BY RULE ! ! !From page 1 to the last and final page, Ann has you at every sceneYou are a fly on the wall,watching every action, with 30 years as aDeputy, many of them in Oregon some of the named were personalfriends, and excellent officers.

    21. I have read everyone of Anne Rule's booksd wait anxiously for the next one. She is 'the best' true crime writer. It blows me away as i read each book just how cunning,devious and just pure evil supposedly normal people can bed Without Pity once again proves that!!

    22. I read this book a few years ago . I love Ann Rule's writing style , she keeps you on the edge of your seat from start to finish wondering what's going to happen next . Can't wait to read more from the author .

    23. She's not the best writer but I still love her books. If you are into true crime stories then she is your author. She has tons if good books!

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