1/30: The Stranger Beside Me

I ended that letter, “There is nothing in this life that is a complete tragedy – nothing – try to remember that.” Looking back, I wonder at my naiveté. Some things in life ARE complete tragedies. Ted Bundy’s story may well be one of them.

5/5 stars to “The Stranger Beside Me” by Ann Rule. She paints a vivid picture of a man nobody could really know. Occasionally, she gets lost in her own feelings about the case, but who wouldn’t?

I’m going to start logging the books I’m reading in my Goodreads 2019 Reading Challenge here on my website, so I have to play a little bit of catch-up first.

Finished: January 15, 2019

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