Lust Killer

Lust Killer When young women begin mysteriously disappearing in Oregon Police Lieutenant James Stovall leads a relentless search for a killer With little evidence available and the public screaming for answers

  • Title: Lust Killer
  • Author: Ann Rule
  • ISBN: 9780451166876
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
  • When young women begin mysteriously disappearing in Oregon, Police Lieutenant James Stovall leads a relentless search for a killer With little evidence available, and the public screaming for answers, he must find a remorseless, brutal killer whose identity will shock them all One by one the young women vanished without a trace Pretty Linda Slawson disappeared whileWhen young women begin mysteriously disappearing in Oregon, Police Lieutenant James Stovall leads a relentless search for a killer With little evidence available, and the public screaming for answers, he must find a remorseless, brutal killer whose identity will shock them all One by one the young women vanished without a trace Pretty Linda Slawson disappeared while trying to make a living selling encyclopedias door to door.Lovely college girl Jan Whitney never completed her two hour drive home on the freeway.Beautiful pre med honor student Karen Sprinker failed to show up for a lunch date with her mother.Stunningly attractive Linda Salee dropped out of sight while her boyfriend waited and worried for hours.By then the pattern was clear Oregon s massive police search was under way But not even Lt James Stovall, the brilliant investigator in charge, suspected how grisly the crimes were or who the man who killed like a sadistic monster would turn out to be Rule springs surprises and rvelations with a novelist s skill Seattle Times

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    About "Ann Rule"

    1. Ann Rule

      Ann Rule was a popular American true crime writer Raised in a law enforcement and criminal justice system environment, she grew up wanting to work in law enforcement herself She was a former Seattle Policewoman and was well educated in psychology and criminology.She came to prominence with her first book, The Stranger Beside Me, about the Ted Bundy murders At the time she started researching the book, the murders were still unsolved In the course of time, it became clear that the killer was Bundy, her friend and her colleague as a trained volunteer on the suicide hotline at the Seattle, Washington Crisis Clinic, giving her a unique distinction among true crime writers Rule won two Anthony Awards from Bouchercon, the mystery fans organization She was nominated three times for the Edgar Awards from the Mystery Writers of America She is highly regarded for creating the true crime genre as it exists today.Ann Rule also wrote under the name Andy Stack Her daughter is author Leslie Rule.

    959 thoughts on “Lust Killer”

    1. EDIT 28/12: HFK's Best True Crime Read in 2016.It has been years since I last set my foot (wakka wakka) on Rule's true crime books, and I had very little memories of her style other than remembering it to be quite captivating and easy going, which is usually a plus when entering inside the world of cheesy blood and guts. To refresh my memories, I randomly picked few of her books on my last shopping spree, and decided to start with one of her serial killer works without going the usual road of Te [...]

    2. 'Lust Killer' is an excellent true-crime read about a married serial killer, Jerome Brudos, who kidnapped, strangled, and hung women from a hook in the ceiling in order to take pictures and have some necrophilic fun. He was also a fond husband and father of two children. Once again Ann Rule does a steller job in research, interviews and in including court records which help round out the story. However, it is her fantastic ability to pull it all together and write of it coherently which sets her [...]

    3. This was a classic true crime Ann Rule book! Very fast paced and very informative on a killer that murdered women in Oregon in the late 1960's. This book is not for the faint of heart as it describes in explicit detail what the killer did to the women. I could not put it down and it kept me glued to the page of what was going to happen next. The case of capturing the killer was also very interesting of how the law enforcement officers finally put it all together. Giving it 5* for keeping me glue [...]

    4. Due to lack of reading material, I was forced to read Lust Killer. I wasn't too thrilled about this. I had never heard of Ann Rule, and I underestimated her because, honestly, the book just looked mediocre (I guess that goes with the saying "Don't judge a book by its cover"). I'm sorry for this, Ann. This book exceeded my expectations dramatically! This book had me hooked from almost the beginning. This was a very gruesome book, and I almost feel guilty for admitting my liking for it. It's inter [...]

    5. Oh my, oh my, Oh Fing MY!! I did not go into this book knowing that it was a true crime mystery. This threw me for a loop and drug me into the story even more. This is the crazy, twisted, dark, chilling account of the serial killer Jerry Brudos aka The Lust Killer. Jerry killed women in the Portland/Salem, Oregon area in the late 1960's. It is crazy to think that such a disturbed person lived. I enjoyed that when I sped up the narration the story felt like a fiction story instead of a biography [...]

    6. Long form suits Ann Rule a good deal better, as does having an agenda. There's a reason she's writing about Jerry Brudos, and that reason informs her story-telling.Her reason, of course, is the same reason that makes The Stranger Beside Me: Ted Bundy The Shocking Inside Story compelling: educating her readers, specifically her young female readers, on the existence of men like Brudos, on the fact that you can't protect yourself from them by being "good" (or "bad," for that matter), and that if o [...]

    7. This book is creepy. I learned that if I am ever attacked by a psycho I should fight and try to get away. The girls that fought in this book survived. The girls that tried to reason with him or did what he said because they though he would let them go later were murdered. Jerry Brudos was one sick lunatic. Thank God he died in prison where he belonged.

    8. Jerome Brudos did not like his mother, who doted on his elder brother, and this life style more than likely influenced his later behaviour thought the psychiatrists once he had been captured.But by that time he had killed, most gruesomely, four ladies, all of whom happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. He had transgressed with ladies before he started his killing spree but in a more minor way and he had been fortunate enough not to have been caught. Had he been caught perhaps the d [...]

    9. Ann Rule delivers another chilling, true-crime story with Lust Killer. Often reality can be more fearful than fiction.Jerry Brudos was indeed a very sick individual with a hatred of women that started in early childhood. Some of the twisted things he did to his victims was nothing short of shocking. He felt no remorse for the young women he violated and killed. There is also a lesson to be learned by reading this shocking story: be aware of your surroundings, and those around you; fight, scream, [...]

    10. Straightforward biographical sketch of Jerome Henry Brudos. Active in the late 1960's in the Portland/Corvallis/Salem areas of Oregon. Married with two children. Electrician. Shoe fetish. Stocky and incredibly strong. Strangled, raped, and mutilated victims. Weighed bodies with engine parts, and dumped in river. Pleaded guilty. Multiple life sentences. Became a computer expert in prison. Died of liver cancer 2006.

    11. I very seldom read true crime accounts. I generally find them horribly banal, and I get irritated at the blurbage where every serial killer victim is "beautiful" or "all American." I read this one to get anecdotes for my psychology classes and for my own writing. I thought it was well told although I didn't find the case itself terribly compelling.

    12. Ann Rule's writing has really matured from her older books like this one. For one, she no longer writes what the murder victim was thinking and feeling before and during the murder, something that drives me nuts in true crime.

    13. I have not read an Ann Rule book in a long time and I forgot how well she writes these stories. Interesting, holds your interest, easy to follow and not so much repetition. This was a super read and I enjoyed it very much

    14. This book has been my least favorite by Ann Rule. I just didn't like it at all I skipped pages and read the last page! It

    15. This is an older true crime story I chose for research purposes, and it was an interesting but very creepy case.

    16. I hate to say this, but I found this book to be dull and boring. Sorry, Ann Rule fans. Now I am trying another of Ann Rule's books and it is starting off even worse.

    17. Not a regular reader of true crime but this wasn't bad. I was pleasantly surprised. This book is about a real sick guy who stalked women to steal their bra and panties, sometime even breaking and entering to get his "collectibles" until one night he's discovered and advances his crimes to a rape after choking the woman who caught him out.These would be heinous enough crimes but the Lust Killer, Jerry Brudos, soon turns to murder, necrophilia, and mutilation, going so far as to cut off a woman's [...]

    18. Short book, best part was the last 100 pages. The beginning was okay, it was just a hard start, the bad guy just isn't very interesting. Okay, it's true crime, but it is early Rule and having read other books published later, the author gets better at her craft.

    19. Reads almost like a piece historical fiction (albeit a true crime take on that genre) and lacks the insight Rule was able to offer in Stranger Beside Me having known Ted Bundy personally. However, Lust Killer is still an decent read for true crime fans.

    20. I am far too squeamish to enjoy true-crime stories. I cringe from both the murders and the aftershocks. But this was a clear description of both Brudos and his killings and the world in which it was set.

    21. Not for the faint of heart or weak of stomach. This guy was a real sick bastard. Also hid wife was so dominated by him, it's disturbing.

    22. Always tense and interesting. This case wasn't as interesting to me as some of them, but still worth a read.

    23. At first I was going to give his book maybe two stars -maybe-, but then I got a little bit more into it and decided it wasn't so bad. It's not your average novel, and it reads more like a timeline and police report at times but it's vivid, and shows the great inner workings of a killer's mind. I would recommend this book for anyone interested in criminal psychology but be warned that some of the scenes can get graphic, especially when the killer is telling the police what he did to the women bef [...]

    24. Like The Stranger Beside Me, this was about equal parts purple prose and deep research. I actually felt like it was a more disciplined book--by and large the momentum is steady, and though the Afterword rambles it's not really necessary to read it. I actually learned a bit about court proceedings--over half the book focuses on Brudos' arrest and trial and the aftermath thereof. I was put off by the author's casual homophobia--she's quite offensive on the subject of cross-dressing--but I will pro [...]

    25. Basically this man killed to steal women's shoes. Truth is stranger than fiction. Brilliantly written. A little boy finds a pair of spike heels at the dump and starts wearing them, suspense builds as you read of this cute little freckled face kid and his antics. He grows up to be something between Norman Bated and Ed Gein. The difference is that this guy was married and killed his victims in the garage, just steps from the house where his wife, mother and children were. Yet they never suspected [...]

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