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Pinnacle Books, Jul 2, 2013 - True Crime - 384 pages
"One of the best books short of the famous Ann Rule works." --True Crime Book Reviews

On a snowy winter evening in 1982, twenty-one-year-old Mary Brown accepted a ride from a handsome stranger in the resort town of Breckenridge, Colorado. The trip ended with her brutally beaten and raped. Mary survived, but her predator's violence had only just begun.

After ten years in prison, Tom Luther was released a far more vicious criminal. Soon, from the Rockies to West Virginia, like Ted Bundy, Luther enticed a chain of women into his murderous trap. In this gripping new edition of a true crime masterpiece, acclaimed author Steve Jackson recounts the intriguing pursuit and long awaited conviction of a charismatic, monstrous psychopath--one who remains a suspect in three other crimes, and has never given up hope of escape.

"Steve Jackson is a born storyteller. He makes you sweat. . .and turn the page." --Ron Franscell, author of The Darkest Night

Includes 16 Pages Of Dramatic Photos

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About the author (2013)

Bestselling and award-winning author and journalist Steve Jackson lives and works in the mountains of Colorado. Born in Bethesda Naval Hospital in 1955, he grew up in Hawaii and Colorado. He graduated from Colorado State University with a BA in Journalism. A newspaper journalist for 25 years, he received numerous national and regional awards for feature writing and investigative reporting. He has published nine nonfiction books, including Monster and Not Lost Forever. In 2003, his World War II dramatic narrative, Lucky Lady, received The Colorado Book Award, best biography/history, from the Colorado Center for the Book, and was the runner-up for the prestigious Admiral Samuel Morrison Naval History Award. Several of his books have appeared on The New York Times bestsellers list.

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