Run at Destruction by Lynda Drews
A True Fatal Love Triangle

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Run at Destruction explores the true life love triangle between three teachers/runners in small town America and the eventual death of the wife in her own bathtub. Drews unfolds the drama brilliantly right through to the sentencing of the husband to a life in prison and even an afterward from the mistress apologizing years later. Sent to prison, the husband and mistress still can't let go and she becomes a prison bride. Readers are left to decide for themselves if it was murder, suicide or manslaughter by neglect. Run at Destruction is lust, murder and obsession delivered with the beat of a runner's heart, as the theme of running is woven throughout. The book grabs at a large cross-section of readers because everyone can relate to the desire and often disaster that comes with affairs. This is true crime court drama and author Drews exposes the characters to such a depth that readers will feel like they are reading a novel, only, this really happened.

About Lynda Drews

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Lynda Drews, a Wisconsin native, wrote "Run at Destruction" after deciding to return to her earlier passion of writing following a 30-year-career in international marketing. Highly driven, Drews has completed 7 marathons and brilliantly combines her addiction to the sport with the true-crime drama that unfolds within the running community after the death of a running partner.
Published August 7, 2009 by TitleTown Publishing. 370 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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She chronicles the small community's response to Pam's death, suspicions of suicide that rang false, and the subsequent naming of Pam's husband, Bob Bulik, as the primary suspect.

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