by Michael Quinlan | Biographies & Memoirs |
ISBN: 0671884689 Global Overview for this book
Registered by carijn of Den Haag, Zuid-Holland Netherlands on 11/6/2004
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2 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by carijn from Den Haag, Zuid-Holland Netherlands on Saturday, November 06, 2004
Waargebeurd verhaal: meisje van 12 gaat voor het eerst naar de middelbare school. Ze krijgt verkeerde vrienden.
En van die vriendinnen krijgt een hekel aan haar.De gevolgen zijn afschuwelijk

Journal Entry 2 by carijn from Den Haag, Zuid-Holland Netherlands on Saturday, July 02, 2005
Dit boek gaat op weg naar Marlene-TC

Journal Entry 3 by CrazyDutchwoman from Heemstede, Noord-Holland Netherlands on Monday, July 11, 2005
heel erg bedankt.

This book was on my wish list for a long time.

I have read about this story in Cruel Sacrifice by Aphrodite Jones, but I released that book and always wanted to read this author's view of the story.

Thank you so much for sharing.

Journal Entry 4 by CrazyDutchwoman at Heemstede, Noord-Holland Netherlands on Sunday, March 27, 2016
Copied from my Goodreads reviews:

Update March 20 2016.
I was (as I have been for years now) looking for a copy of Cruel Sacrifice the book I had read and given away many years ago and then came on a review where someone was talking about Little Lost Angel.

It rang a bell so I checked my GR shelf to find I still had to read this one.

Anyway I have grabbed the book from the bookcase and am planning to read soon!

Update March 24 2016. reading now.
Wow Now I understand why Cruel Sacrifices had such an impact on me (I just ordered another copy through ) and now I must have that book too again.

Even grown serial killers were not that cruel. OMG.

Update March 27.
Finished yesterday.

This is a well written book with some repetitions but that is quite normal given the case and the players in it.
Can't wait to get my copy of Cruel Sacrifice the other book about this case.

Normally I prefer to read just one book about a case although I've had it happen that I read a book (I think it was about a serial killer and his woman who helped him) where one book the author was defending the woman, making her the victim and then later I read another book about the case and this author thought she was just as guilty. Karla Homolka comes to mind. I must look up the other case I was thinking about and which 2 books)

There are some authors who can write a bad book about a very thrilling case ( Suzy cough Spencer cough comes to mind but thankfully this author did write a good book.

I recommend.

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