Ann Rule is regarded by many as the foremost true crime writer in America, and the author responsible for the genre as it exists today. She came to her career with a solid background in law enforcement and the criminal justice system. Both her grandfather and her uncle were Michigan sheriffs, her cousin was a Prosecuting Attorney and another uncle was the Medical Examiner. Raised in that environment, she grew up wanting to work in law enforcement herself. She is a former Seattle Policewoman, former caseworker for the Washington State Department of Public Assistance, former student intern at the Oregon State Training School for Girls.
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Books:Practice to Deceive, October 2013
Fatal Friends, Deadly Neighbors, December 2012
The Stranger Beside Me, January 2009
Mortal Danger, December 2008
Mass Market Paperback
Smoke, Mirrors, and Murder: And Other True Cases, January 2008
Ann Rule's Crime Files #12
Too Late to Say Goodbye, June 2007
No Regrets, November 2006
Ann Rule's Crime Files - Volume 11