Ann Rule, an iconic American true crime author who wrote more than 30 books, has died. She was 83.
The author, who was best known for her biography on co-worker and serial killer Ted Bundy, died at Highline Medical Center at 10:30 p.m. Sunday, according to KING 5 News.
Rule’s daughter Leslie Rule, mentioned on her Facebook page that her mother had many health issues, including congestive heart failure.
Rule’s passion for true crime quickly grew at a young age. At the age of 21, the mother of five worked at the Seattle Police Department then eventually began writing for True Detective Magazine.
According to Rule’s website, the author had a BA from the University of Washington in Creative Writing with minors in psychology, criminology and penology. In addidion, Rule has an Associate Degree from Highline Community
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True-crime writer Ann Rule, whose catalog of more than 30 books included a profile of a former co-worker, serial killer Ted Bundy, has died at age 83.
Ms. Rule died Sunday night (July 26). Her daughter, author Leslie Rule, wrote on her Facebook page that her mother had many health issues, including congestive heart failure. She died a few days after being hospitalized.
“My mom died peacefully last night,” Leslie Rule posted on Monday. “She got to see all of her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.”
Ms. Rule broke out with her first book, “The Stranger Beside Me,” published in 1980. In it she profiled Bundy, whom she got to know while sharing the late shift at a Seattle suicide hotline. Bundy, who was executed in 1989 in Florida, confessed to 30
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