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Mortal Danger and Other True Cases by Ann Rule
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Jan 24, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: true-crime

A Fast Read for vacation. Fairly typical Anne Rule. Naive, love-besotted woman falls for the man she thinks of as her soulmate, only to be locked in a relationship with a controlling psychopath murderer. Way too common. Sometimes the guy puts on a good face until the knot is tied and sometimes the woman is just plain stupid from the start. Like: How do you fall in ¨"long distance love" with a prisoner who describes himself as an albino gorilla with lots of tattoos???
She didn´t even know what he was in prison for. Weird.
Then there are the truly sad stories of young women snatched off the street. Well written for the most part.

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