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Have you ever heard the expression: Walk a mile in my shoes, and then judge me? And write your own books. ---->>>

Lazy people tend not to take chances, but express themselves by tearing down other's work. ---->>>

I always say that bad women are fewer than men, but when you get one, they're fascinating because they're so rotten. ---->>>

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. ---->>>

I want to warn potential victims. Many of them are women, and many of them are battered women. It's a cause for me. When I look back, though, so many of the books I've written are about wives who just couldn't get away. ---->>>

I'm publicizing the book that's done. I'm writing the book that's in the hopper, and I'm doing a little advance research on the book to come. ---->>>

Some writers hate to go to trials, but I love trials. ---->>>

I always want to give the victim a voice. ---->>>

The why of murder always fascinates me so much more than the how. ---->>>

All of my books now come from readers' ideas. ---->>>

For a while, people couldn't understand why I'd find them so fascinating, but I'd rather go to a trial than to a Broadway play. Now that we have Court TV, they see what I mean. ---->>>


Name: Ann Rule
Nationality: American
Born: 10-22, 1935
Die: 2015-07-26
Occupation: Writer

Ann Rae Rule (née Stackhouse; October 22, 1931 – July 26, 2015) was an American true crime author of The Stranger Beside Me, about serial killer, and Rule's co-worker, Ted Bundy. Rule was also known for her book Small Sacrifices, about Oregon child murderer Diane Downs. Many of Rule's books center on murder cases that occurred in the Pacific Northwest and her adopted home state of Washington (wikipedia)