Try to open up your mind a little, and move away from rigid opinions of what people should do and be – unless you have been there.
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|Birth:||22nd October, 1935|
Ann Rule is an American true crime writer of such works as The Stranger Beside Me, about serial killer and former Samaritans co-worker Ted Bundy, and Small Sacrifices, about child murderer Diane Downs. Rule graduated from Coatesville High School and then attended the University of Washington. She majored in creative writing, with minors in criminology, penology and psychology. Rule worked as an officer for the Seattle Police Department. Early in her career she wrote for several publications geared for women. Beginning in 1969, she wrote for the magazine True Detective under the nom de plume "Andy Stack" when she first started writing for the magazine. Her first book was The Stranger Beside Me, which she wrote under her own name. Her next three books were written as Andy Stack. Her latest book, Practice to Deceive, about a 2003 murder on Whidbey Island, Washington, was released in October 2013.
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