The Stranger Beside Me by Ann Rule
In 1989, Ted Bundy was executed for multiple counts of murder and rape. The serial killer, who was also a necrophiliac, confessed to 30 murders that he committed in the 1970s, although the real victim count is suspected to be much higher. The eery details of not only his crimes, but Ted himself, is told by Ann Rule, a former co-worker and friend of Bundy. Her account, The Stranger Beside Me is not for the faint of heart.