Lone Wolf by Maryanne Vollers
Eric Rudolph: Murder, Myth, and the Pursuit of an American Outlaw

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Five years after escaping into the mountains of North Carolina, Eric Rudolph was becoming a figure of folk legend. The FBI had long since abandoned its manhunt—the largest ever on U.S. soil—for the fugitive accused of bombing the Atlanta Olympics, two abortion clinics, and a gay bar. Then, one night, Rudolph got careless; he was arrested and put in jail—possibly forever. But even in custody, he remained unrepentant . . . and an enigma.

In Lone Wolf, Maryanne Vollers brings the reader deep inside one of the most sensational cases of domestic terrorism in American history. At the same time, without losing sight of the hideous nature of Rudolph's violent crimes, she successfully puts a human face on an iconic killer while exploring the painful mysteries of the heart.


About Maryanne Vollers

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Maryanne Vollers, the author of Lone Wolf and Ghosts of Mississippi, has also collaborated with Hillary Rodham Clinton and Ashley Judd on their bestselling memoirs. She lives with her husband in Montana.
Published October 13, 2009 by HarperCollins e-books. 368 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences, Crime, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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A northern California sportswriter plumbs the depths of high-school wrestling in Iowa.

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The postmaster in the Montana town where Maryanne Vollers lives once handed her an envelope with his fingertips, as if he were loath to touch it.

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She draws on his letters to her to great effect in providing not just a page-turning account of the hunt for Rudolph, but, more important, a look into the "remarkable and frightening mind" of a man who, after finally pleading guilty to avoid the death penalty, remained proud of his murderous acti...

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Janet Maslin Chicago Tribune 3.5 of 5 Stars "Vollers might have mitigated [her lengthy descriptions] by taking a firmer editorial hand: telling us why we ought to care so much about turf disputes between various agencies, or, better yet, explaining what these experiences have to say about t...

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