The Stranger Beside Me

A great post from a fantastic book reviewer. If you love true crime and serial killers you need to check this out.

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Title: The Stranger Beside Me

Author: Ann Rule

Pages: 593

Genre: True Crime, Biographies of Serial Killers, Memoirs

With the new documentaries already circulating on Netflix , as well as the upcoming release of Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile starring ZacEfron set to hit Netflix on May 3rd, I have to admit that the story of Ted Bundy has me intrigued.

For those of you living under a rock, Ted Bundy is the famous
serial killer, arguably the man whom β€˜serial killer’ was coined for, who
terrorized the US in the 1970s
.

This book popped up in the recommended
section for me and I am glad that I decided to give it a chance (I am drawn
more to fiction than true stories).

First of all, this book almost feels like fiction when you are reading it because of the coincidences that unfold so perfectly.

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