Green River, Running Red: The Real Story of the Green River Killer--America's Deadliest Serial Murderer

Ann Rule (Author)
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Description

In this provocative and eye-opening classic of investigative journalism, the #1 New York Times bestselling author and "America's best true-crime writer" (Kirkus Reviews), Ann Rule, explores the nearly twenty-year long search for America's most prolific and horrifying serial killer.

In 1982, the body of Wendy Coffield is discovered floating near the sandy shore of Washington's Green River. Authorities have no idea that this tragic and violent death is only the beginning of a string of murders that will rock and terrify the Seattle area for two decades.

With her signature riveting prose and in-depth research, Ann Rule takes us behind the scenes of the search for the Green River Killer, a terrifying specter who ritualistically killed young women and eluded authorities for years. From seeking the help of incarcerated serial killer Ted Bundy to Ann Rule's horrifying realization that the killer she was writing about had attended her book signings, Green River, Running Red is the suspenseful and unforgettable "definitive narrative of the brutal and senseless crimes that haunted the Seattle area for decades" (Publishers Weekly).

Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Gallery Books
Publish Date
August 20, 2019
Pages
560
Dimensions
5.2 X 1.5 X 8.0 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781982120504
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About the Author

Ann Rule wrote thirty-five New York Times bestsellers, all of them still in print. Her first bestseller was The Stranger Beside Me, about her personal relationship with infamous serial killer Ted Bundy. A former Seattle police officer, she used her firsthand expertise in all her books. For more than three decades, she was a powerful advocate for victims of violent crime. She lived near Seattle and died in 2015.

Reviews

..".conveys the emotional truth of the Green River case.
-- Los Angeles Times
"Riveting."
-- People
"Perhaps Rule's finest work."
-- Statesman Journal (OR)