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A Rose For Her Grave & Other True Cases (Ann Rule's Crime Files) by Ann Rule1
You Belong to Me and Other True Cases by Ann Rule2
A Fever in the Heart : Ann Rule's Crime Files, Volume III by Ann Rule3
In the Name of Love: Ann Rule's Crime Files Volume 4 (Ann Rule's Crime Files) by Ann Rule4
The End Of The Dream The Golden Boy Who Never Grew Up : Ann Rules Crime Files Volume 5 by Ann Rule5
A Rage to Kill by Ann Rule6
Empty Promises by Ann Rule7
Last Dance, Last Chance (Ann Rule's Crime Files : Vol. 8) by Ann Rule8
Without Pity: Ann Rule's Most Dangerous Killers by Ann Rulecompilation 1-8
Kiss Me Kill Me by Ann Rule9
Worth More Dead: And Other True Cases (Ann Rule's Crime Files, Vol. 10) by Ann Rule10
No Regrets by Ann Rule11
Smoke, Mirrors, and Murder: And Other True Cases (Ann Rule's Crime Files) by Ann Rule12
Mortal Danger (Ann Rule's Crime Files) by Ann Rule13
But I Trusted You: Ann Rule's Crime Files #14 by Ann Rule14
Don't Look Behind You: Ann Rule's Crime Files #15 by Ann Rule15
Fatal Friends, Deadly Neighbors and Other True Cases by Ann Rule16

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