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Author Ann Rule Sues Seattle Weekly For Defamation True-crime author Ann Rule is suing a weekly Seattle newspaper, claiming she was defamed by a 2011 article written by the fiance of a convicted killer.
Guide to Seattle's Best Crime WritersLooking for a good mystery or crime novel? Seattle has had it's share of headline-making news when it comes to crime, and we have the authors to tell the stories. Here are some of our favorites.
Ann Rule's Upcoming Book Looks at Susan Powell CaseSeattle True Crime author Ann Rule's next book, Fatal Friends, Deadly Neighbors, will take a close up look at the case of Susan Cox Powell, a missing Utah woman, whose husband Josh Powell eventually moved himself and his two young boys to Washington state. In a horrific tragedy on February 5, 2012 Josh Powell killed himself and his two boys in a house fire in Graham, WA.
Susan Powell's Parents Want New Custody Bill in WA; Ann Rule to Write Powell StoryJosh Powell's in-laws are traveling to Olympia to discuss changes in how the state handles child protection. They also plan to meet with Seattle true crime writer Ann Rule.
Ann Rule's Newest Release and Book Signing in SeattleAnn Rule's latest release Don't Look Behind You is a great stocking stuffer for true crime book lovers. Ann will be in Seattle on January 7 to sign this book, as well as others.
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