"A Rose for Her Grave" - the principal story of this collection - vividly recreates the cautionary tale of Randy Roth, a misogynistic sociopath from the Pacific Northwest whose rage was directed primarily at women and children. Addicted to his own greed, Roth exercised a powerful aura of control over his victims, using his ability to charm and boyish good looks to lower their defenses. By the time they saw the reality of the madness in his eyes, it was usually too late. This, along with five other chilling cases, bears the stamp of classic Ann Rule - informed, comprehensive, and eerily evocative of man's inhumanity to man.
©1995 Ann Rule (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Only for the picture value. Most of her books do include pictures.
The way criminals always think they are smarter than anyone else.
She made the evil pop out in her voice.
Everytime the truth was revealed.
Never get enough of Ann Rule!!
Why ever would I do that?
These true crime cases written by Ann Rule, all of which I believe are newly told in this book, are well-written depictions of the havoc scum of the earth criminals impose upon innocent victims, their families and friends. Highly recommend.
The narrator, Laural Merlington, is a brilliant choice by Ann Rule to tell these stories in an authentic manner.
I love her books! She's such an excellent author. She doesn't just explain the crime she lets the readers know the victims before their tragic death.
Ann Rule is definitely by far my favorite author!
I've been an Ann Rule fan for years - but now that I live in the Pacific Northwest, I'm even more of a fan. It's been a while since I was so hooked to a story, I listened to the events unfold during every spare moment I could steal away from the daily grind. The story of Randy Roth was utterly fascinating. My only criticism - and I admit, I'm probably being picky - is the narration. This is the second time I've listened to an audiobook narrated by Laural Merlington (and again, that was another fascinating audiobook I couldn't put down), and ... she over-enunciates. For example, every time she says "our," it sounds like "ow-wer." But she does read at a perfect pace, I'll say that. So overall, if you are a True Crime fan, get this audiobook!
Andrew always do such a beautiful job of telling true stories what sad things to happen to such young beautiful women
Living in the Seattle area, we found it eerily fascinating to hear about the crimes and police work in our local community. Hats off to those who brought these murderers to justice.
The narrators perfect pronunciation was kind of irritating at first, distracting from the story. But I got used to it after about 4 hours. Other than that, great stories
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