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100 1  Rule, Leslie,|eauthor. 
245 12 A tangled web :|ba cyberstalker, a deadly obsession, and 
       the twisting path to justice|h[Hoopla electronic resource]
       /|cLeslie Rule. 
264  1 [United States] :|bCitadel Press,|c2020. 
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520    In the tradition of her acclaimed mother, Ann Rule, author
       of The Stranger Beside Me, bestselling author Leslie Rule 
       delivers a riveting true story for our time-as she exposes
       the years-long trail of a sadistic sociopath, identity 
       thief, and killer at the dark heart of a real-life fatal 
       attraction ... It was a bleak November in 2012 when Cari 
       Lea Farver vanished from Omaha, Nebraska. Cari, thirty-
       seven, was a devoted mother, reliable employee, and loyal 
       friend-not the type to shirk responsibilities, abandon her
       son, and run off on an adventure while her dying father 
       took his last breaths. Yet, the many texts from her phone 
       indicated she had done just that. It appeared that Cari 
       had dumped her new boyfriend, quit her job, and 
       relinquished custody of her son to her mother-all by text.
       While Cari's boyfriend, Dave Kroupa, and her supervisor 
       were bewildered by her abrupt disappearance, they accepted
       the texts at face value. Her mother, Nancy Raney, however,
       was alarmed and reported Cari missing. Police were 
       skeptical of her claims that a cyber impostor had 
       commandeered her daughter's phone and online identity. 
       While Nancy was afraid for Cari, Dave Kroupa was growing 
       afraid of her, for he believed Cari was stalking him. 
       Never seen or heard, the stalker was aware of his every 
       move and seemed obsessed with his casual girlfriend, 
       Shanna "Liz" Golyar, often calling her "a fat whore" in 
       the twelve thousand emails and texts he received in a 
       disturbing three-year deluge. How did the stalker know 
       Dave's phone numbers immediately after he changed them, 
       the names of his lady friends, even what he wore as he 
       watched TV? He and Liz reported death threats, vandalism, 
       and burglaries, but the stalker remained at large. The 
       threats were vicious, vile and often obscene, sent mostly 
       via text and always in Cari's name. There was some truth 
       in the messages, but all of them contained one big lie. 
       The culprit was not Cari, but had killed and planned to 
       kill again. With mesmerizing detail and compelling 
       narrative skill, Leslie Rule tracks every step of the 
       heart-pounding path to long-awaited justice-from a 
       sociopath's twisted past to the deadly deception and the 
       high-tech forensics that condemned the killer to prison. 
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