Book pak BBC Audiobooks America/ Sound Library 2001
CS ISBN 079272450X $54.95 Sixteen cassettes
This generation's most violent sociopath, murderer, and mutilator of women, Ted Bundy, is the subject of this true-crime exposé. Ann Rule tells all, from the time she met and worked with Ted Bundy to the moment of his death by electrocution in Florida. The investigative crime writer objectively relates the story of Bundy, his murder sprees, and how the police caught him. Lorelei King narrates this tale of murder and its detail-filled investigation in clear, concise words. She deftly shifts genders, while remaining firmly in control of the story line and the horror. The story unfolds chronologically--as Rule learns of events from newspapers and police. Never once does she jump ahead of the story. King excels as she maintains Rule's distance as an investigative writer, emphasizing the facts, without ever getting caught up in the terror of it all. M.B.K. (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine [Published: FEB/ MAR 02]
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