The I-5 Killer

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Penguin Group (Canada), Feb 22, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 240 pages
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Randall Woodfield was perfect, with good looks as well as being a star athlete and an award-winning student. Working in the swinging West Coast bar scene, he had more than his share of women, but his appetite for unspeakable violent acts led him to cruise the I-5 highway through California to Washington, leaving a trail of victims along the way. As the list of the dead grew, the police mobilized to stop a twisted killer who had 44 known deaths to his name.

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User Review  - jen.e.moore - LibraryThing

Ann Rule's books are always a little light (which is a weird thing to say about books about murderers, but it's true), but this one seems even more so than normal. There's nothing interesting going on ... Read full review

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User Review  - drebbles - LibraryThing

Randall Woodfield seemed to have it all. Growing up he had a stable home life, did well in school, and was an exceptional athlete, excelling in every sport he tried. He was such a good athlete, in ... Read full review


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