Practice to Deceive
Publish date: 2013-10-08
Publisher: Gallery Books
Pages no: 353
Edition language: English
I found this book endless. I was bored from beginning to end probably because Rule tries to fit way too many things into this book. I think it's cause the case she focuses on (the murder of Russell Douglas) does not have a satisfactory ending through as a reader you can put two and two together. I...
This latest by Ann Rule stretches over decades and most of the US in putting together the reasons for the murder of Russel Douglas on Whidbey Island. How the investigators tracked down who and why the murder happened is what makes this interesting. However, this single-story book left me feeling rat...
After I just finished extolling her virtues as a true crime writer, now I'm forced to say that this is not one of her better efforts. This book is a mess. It wanders all over the place, and her usually interesting explorations of character background and motivations seems droning and repetitive. Abo...
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