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The End Of The Dream The Golden Boy Who Never Grew Up : Ann Rules Crime Files Volume 5 Mass Market Paperback – December 1, 1998
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His name was in the papers constantly but the only clipping he saved was the feature showing the interior of his fabulous treehouse. He ived the good life, for a while. But he made headlines again on November 30, 1996, in The Seattle Times as the Hollywood bank robber. He was handsome enough to be an actor, that's true. He's had it made in the late'80s and early '90s with good friends like Scott, Mark and Steve (the later two were fathers of daughters) whom he rooked into a world of crime.
Scott was the perrential male who didn't want to grow up -- the the fellows in the move, 'Without A Paddle" also involving a spectacular tree house. Unlike most who chose Peter Pan, Scott pretended to be Robin Hood and had the illustration of said bandit tacked up over his bed in the treehouse.
Ann Rule is a master at explaining the intracicies of real crime in a manner which reads like fiction and is easy to understand. I have endorsed many of her real-crime books. This one also included 'An Unlikely Suspect,' 'The Girl Who Fell in Love with her Killer' and 'The Peeping Tom.' None of us are safe anymore for average or unstanding-looking males. And yet, there are women just as evil. She is the best storyteller to inform us of the most accomplished.
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Like other true crime collections that she wrote, this book starts with a long short story, followed by several short stories. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Morgan V. Madison
No one writes true crime like retired detective Ann Rule! The actual photographs make you feel part of the investigation from beginning to end. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Angelczech
I had read the book long ago and wanted to read it again. Great read....and timely delivery.Published 5 months ago by Rosalie Thun
I read another one of Ann Rule's books right before, the name has escaped me but it was a compilation of stories that focused on love/relationship true crime. It was great. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I always find it interesting when the writer can give a history about a person who commuted the crime. Read morePublished 7 months ago by E. Dettrey
I love Ann's books, but the first story in this book dragged on a little too long.Published 7 months ago by Jenine J.