But I Trusted You
- And Other True Cases
- Narrated by: Laural Merlington
- Length: 5 hrs and 32 mins
- Abridged Audiobook
- Release date: 10-25-13
- Language: English
- Publisher: Brilliance Audio
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It's the foundation of any enduring relationship between friends, lovers, spouses, and families. But when trust is placed in those who are not what they seem, the results can be deadly. Ann Rule, who famously chronicled her own shocking experience of unknowingly befriending a sociopath in The Stranger Beside Me, offers a riveting, all-new collection from her true-crime files, with the lethally shattered bonds of trust at the core of each blood-soaked account. Whether driven to extreme violence by greed or jealousy, passion or rage, these calculating sociopaths targeted those closest to them - unwitting victims whose last disbelieving words could well have been "but I trusted you...."
Headlining this pause-resisting anthology is the case of middle-school counselor Chuck Leonard, found shot to death outside his Washington State home on an icy February morning. A complicated mix of family man and wild man, Chuck played hard and loved many...but who crossed the line by murdering him in cold blood? And why?
The revelation is as stunning as the shattering crime itself, powerfully illuminating how those we think we know can ingeniously hide their destructive and homicidal designs. Along with other shattering cases, immaculately detailed and sharply analyzed by America's #1 true-crime writer, this fourteenth Crime Files volume is essential listening for getting inside the mind of the hidden killers among us.
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By Amazon Customer on 06-02-15
I didn't realize that this is abridged. Blech! Everything that makes Ann Rule stories so engaging seems to have been cut out.
Furthermore, at one point in the book it states that something was "problematical." I can't imagine that such a wordsmith as Ann Rule would have used such a "word."
Overall, I found that the book was "problematical."