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eBook A Fever in the Heart: And Other True Cases (Ann Rule's Crime Files) epub
  • ISBN: 1417718315
  • Author: Ann Rule
  • Genre: Biographies
  • Subcategory: True Crime
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: San Val; First Edition edition (October 1996)
  • Pages: 424 pages
  • ePUB size: 1365 kb
  • FB2 size 1995 kb
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Sharing other riveting cases from her personal files, Ann Rule masterfully . A Fever in the Heart" demonstrates as clearly as any of her work the point where Rule and I don't mesh.

Sharing other riveting cases from her personal files, Ann Rule masterfully examines the delusions of the criminal mind, the shattering passions that explode into murder, and the relentless efforts of law enforcers to ferret out the deadly truth. I used to read some of Ann Rule's books and enjoyed them as I enjoy true crime stuff as a guilty pleasure. This book was a bit of an ordeal to get through because of the first story. It is wayyyyyy too long and meandering. She's interested in the people; I'm interested in the case.

Since I am a great believer in the premise that we do nothing accidentally, it must be the right time to contemplate homicides that occur because the victim- or victims- have been betrayed by someone they have come to trust.

A collection of true crime stories features the title work in which the author examines the facts behind midwestern love triangle between an alluring woman and two male rivals that exploded in murder. Download (pdf, 768 Kb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.

Ann Rae Rule (née Stackhouse; October 22, 1931 – July 26, 2015) was an American author of true crime books and articles. She is best known for The Stranger Beside Me (1980), about the serial killer Ted Bundy with whom Rule worked and whom she considered a friend, but was later revealed to be a murderer. Rule was also known for her book Small Sacrifices, about Oregon child murderer Diane Downs.

A FEVER IN THE HEART dissects an explosive triangle that led to. .

A FEVER IN THE HEART dissects an explosive triangle that led to obsession and murder in a small town in the north-west of America. Ann Rule reveals the story of an alluring wife and the two men desperate for her love; a story with a bizarre and deadly twist that no one could have suspected. In this and several other riveting true-crime cases from her personal files.

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They couldn't pay me," Vern recalled, "because I was already on the city payroll, so I went and got Morris. l Morris was still strong as a bull, and a natural swimmer. Symbolically, one or the other of them was always holding the "rope" for the other, as if they could somehow keep each other safe

A FEVER IN THE HEART dissects an explosive triangle that led to obsession and murder in a small town in the north-west of America. A Fever In The Heart And Other True Cases: Ann Rule's Crime Files, Volume III. (Book in the Crime Files Series).

A Fever In The Heart And Other True Cases: Ann Rule's Crime Files, Volume III.

Written by Ann Rule, Audiobook narrated by Laural Merlington. Last Dance, Last Chance, and Other True Cases. Ann Rule's Crime Files, Vol. 8. By: Ann Rule. Narrated by: Laural Merlington.

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Comments: (7)
Rit
I haven't read an Ann Rule book in years. Her earlier works demonstrated her insight and diligence in uncovering monsters among us. This book is pedestrian, uninteresting, padded with, what appears to be, filler copy intended to meet the needs of her publisher. I skipped over much of book in hopes that the end would put me out of my misery. Shame on the author and publisher for a feeble attempt at making money at the expense of the reader.
VAZGINO
I am reviewing the Kindle format of this book, and solely on the first story ("I'll Love You Forever") as it is nearly 300 pages (per the paperback's table of contents) and the rest of the stories are between 15 and 30 pages, more or less.

If I were awarding stars strictly on the murder case itself and how interesting it was, this would get 4 or 5 stars; but having to grade the book based on the author's presentation, I was somewhat generous in giving it 3.

I used to read Ann Rule's books decades ago and have great admiration for her background. That said, this book (like many of her previous ones) comes across as if it went straight from her computer to the published piece, with absolutely NO editing! So many of the scenes and facts are repeated within a few pages that I found myself hitting my 'next page' button over and over without having to read what was there beyond the first few words. It's as if she played around with different presentations of each person and/or situation and left them all in her submitted manuscript for her editor to pick and choose from, and the editor didn't bother to read it. I truly believe that the repetitions account for at least a third of the book and, except for the strange and sad circumstances of the crime holding my attention, I would have given up out of frustration before getting halfway through it.

Ann Rule certainly has the ability and the 'chops' to recount true crime stories, and I can't imagine that she would give her editor an ultimatum to not do their job...but this brought back to me the very reason I stopped reading her books. If it made it to Kindle this way, I would have to assume that it is also like this in the printed version(s) that came before this.

(Not counted toward the number of stars I gave it, but I saw another review that commented on the difference in quantity of the photographs included in the printed book vs the Kindle, with the printed book having many more. While I was glad to find the Kindle version did contain photos, I am unhappy to find that we Kindle-heads were shortchanged -- not only in the number of photos, but in the fact they come through so small that the captions are all but unreadable and the details in the shots are not at all clear. Please, Amazon and publishers, step up to the plate and give ALL your readers ALL the contents of the original versions when they go to Kindle format! I had to resort to going to the "Look Inside" feature for the paperback in order to actually SEE what was in the photos.)
Kazijora
"Fever in the Heart" is a compilation of six A.R. true crime stories set in the Pacific Northwest. The title tale is by far the longest. It concerns a tragic love triangle between 2 high school coaches and one woman. This reviewer believes that the resolution was telegraphed, diminishing the possible suspense.

The best remaining episodes were "The Highway Accident" about a staged murder that almost gulled the Oregon Law and "Murder Without a Body". MWB is set in the rural northwest sector of the Beaver State. The perp murders an attractive co-worker and disposes of her body. That act raised the bar for the prosecution considerably.

The other four chapters are perfectly acceptable but there is no real soul in them. FH is simply not one of the authoress' best works. It may be passed over by non-Ann fans. True believers are on safe ground here. FH is still Ann territory. The uninitiated are encouraged to try the best of Ann's early, tried and true full-length novels: "The I5 Killer", "The Want Ad Killer" and "The Stranger Beside Me".
Sha
I bought the book because I wrked with Larry Hendricks in the early 1970's. Told the staff at western State Hospital I would resign if I had to work with him. I am a psychologist and knew he was a very dangerous person.
Connorise
Ms Rule is the only true crime author that I know of who keeps the reader wanting to read the whole book in one sitting! She is so good at making the reader feel like they are at the scene of the crime! I have had to force myself to only read her novels at bedtime. Why? Because if I read them during the day I would finish them far to quickly! All her books are a fascinating look into the minds of killers. She speaks for the victims and their families and for this she deserves praise alone.
Xanzay
It is never easy to read about cruel and senseless murder but this author is the very best at relating all the aspects of the crime. She has full sympathy for the victims and their families. Her background in the criminal justice system is unbelievable and it shows in all her books. She is one of the best in this field
Kirinaya
This is an example of Ann File's work. It is a carefully crafted work, which explains crimes and the people who are caught up in them. She is always clear and sensitive toward the people who are involved i get stories.
I have read almost all of Ann Rule's books. All of them were excellent true-crime stories and I highly recommend reading them. This particular book is one of her earlier ones. Almost all of Ann Rule's books cover true-crime stories that occurred in the Pacific Northwest, especially Washington State.
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