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Danger In The Dorm

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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 Rule's earliest true crime stories published over four decades ago. In this RETRO ANN RULE TRUE CRIME SHORT, Rule reports on ...more
Published 2012 by Planet Ann Rule LLC
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Mar 07, 2013 Sylvia rated it it was amazing
Shelves: true-crime
Short but all information was there. I love Ann Rule!
Nov 07, 2016 Marie rated it it was amazing
Shelves: true-crime
Ann Rule at her best on this short story! This was one of her earlier works and she delivers as always. Kept me riveted to my kindle through this quick read. It is about an honor student that was murdered in 1972 at Oregon University. Keeps you glued to each page as you follow the police detectives through their search of trying to find the killer. Detailed accounts as only Ann Rule can deliver. Five star read as Ann Rule deserves nothing less!
Jul 14, 2013 Valerie rated it really liked it
This was a short 10 page story written by Ann Rule many years ago and it was selected for the Kindle Fire. This event happened in 1972 at the college in Corvallis, OR. Two women were attacked, then a man, and then another man. One of the victims died. Since all the main characters were so young, I felt it was just a very, very sad story.
Mar 07, 2014 Sharon rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I have missed reading Ann Rule's books. I have read several of her books over the years and enjoyed they all. I forgot the clear voice of her writing. She stays with the facts of the story she's is telling. "Danger In The Dorm" reminds me of how some times life doesn't go the way you expected.
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"Short" was right. I don't remember how much I paid for this Kindle version, but I hope it wasn't much.
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Ann Rule was a popular American true crime writer. Raised in a law enforcement and criminal justice system environment, she grew up wanting to work in law enforcement herself. She was a former Seattle Policewoman and was well educated in psychology and criminology.

She came to prominence with her first book, The Stranger Beside Me, about the Ted Bundy murders. At the time she started researching th
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